Several years ago we bought 2 free-standing hanging racks. They were for our daughters who were both living in accommodation that had no built-in wardrobes.
Fast-forward a few years and their circumstances changed and the hanging racks both ended up at our place. One was boxed up in the garage and after a while I sold it on Gumtree. The other was quite useful as I had it in the spare bedroom/sewing room. I also use it to hang clothes waiting to be ironed or wheel it into the lounge-room to dry clothes in front of the fire during winter.
I am working hard to streamline my sewing room and reduce the general clutter. When I sold the small chest of drawers that had previously lived in the wardrobe it meant that I could use the hanging rail in the wardrobe for the ironing that was yet to be done.
The hanging rack can be dismantled but it is difficult to store. I am not ready to part with it yet as it is useful during the winter months.I decided to make a storage bag. I found some pieces of very strong cotton fabric in my stash and fashioned a bag which was big enough to hold all of the pieces. I added a couple of ties and it was finished.
Here are a couple of photos showing the finished article doing its job – holding the disassembled hanging rack. I simply tied the ties in a knot over the rail at the desired length.
Now I am off to do some more sorting in the sewing room.
Have you got any creative storage solutions? Please share.
I store socks in a drawer in my entry buffet! It’s where all our shoes live, so it makes sense, and saves the back and forth.
I’m thankful my step ladder slides in between the wall and the dryer which sits on our laundry floor.
This reply is a bit late but I can now confirm that it is working well as I have already assembled, used and then disassembled the rack. It is easy to get in and out of the bag which is integral to any storage solution. 🙂