But before you rush to effortlessly store your winter clothes in Clutter, know that unlike DJ Khaled’s keys to more success, the warm temperature is only going to last for one measly day. So where do you store your winter hats, earmuffs, gloves, scarves, sweaters, coats, and more in the meantime?
In these 12 super creative storage ideas for small spaces of course:
Hanging cubbies to store winter clothes, purses, and clutches
Hang a SKUBB Organizer on the rod and store your winter hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters, purses, and clutches or wallet in any of SKUBB’s six convenient storage compartments. The best part: SKUBB acts like us after a Spartan Race and collapses.
*Except for on this Wednesday when it’s 58 degrees outside because you’re going to use said candlestick to store your beanie hat that you definitely won’t be wearing. An over-the-door shoe organizer to store gloves, scarves, winter hats, and earmuffs A non-psychotic Hook Box to store a jacket, dog leash, handbag, and daily essentials
So you can safely store and retrieve your eyeglasses and sunglasses without worrying about them being drenched in saliva.
Giant paperclips to organize scarves, handbags, backpacks, and messenger bags Shower rings to show off your impeccable taste in scarves and knot-tying skills
Look to your shower for inspiration and then follow these simple DIY scarf storage hanger instructions. Because you can install this easy DIY winter accessory storage solution in your entryway where your daily essentials will be nearly impossible to miss.
Clutter to effortlessly store all your winter clothes, shoes, accessories, and more Or dig through boxes for hours just to find your Denver Broncos jersey in time for Super Bowl 50.
So when spring finally arrives, and with it lovely warm weather that lasts for more than a day, schedule a Clutter pickup and we’ll take care of the rest.