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Tricks For Extending a Tiny Closet

Aug 1 2016 - 4:15am

Even if having a fantasy walk-in closet is on your "someday" list, there's no reason you can't make the most of what you have today. All it takes is a little creativity and some stylish props to create an extended closet that works with your decor. So go ahead — keep your fashion habit in check with these clever solutions!

Transform a Bedroom Corner

With the help of a dress form and chic shelving, you'll create a boutique feel right in your bedroom!

Source: Harwell Photography [1] via Style Me Pretty Living [2]

DIY This Rolling Rack

Hang seasonal pieces, like your most prized Summer frocks, on this DIY rolling rack [3].

Source: Sarah Sherman Samuel via Smitten Studio [4]

Bunk It

If you're really strapped for square footage, consider raising your bed dorm-room style.

Source: Domino magazine [5]

Avoid an eyesore underneath with stylish touches like fabric drapery, acrylic nesting tables, and uniform bins.

Source: Domino magazine [6]

Convert a Spare Room

In her Vancouver home [7], former Bachelorette-turned-design celebrity Jillian Harris converted a small second bedroom into a dream closet and dressing room.

Source: Janis Nicolay Photography [8]

Lean a Ladder

Lean an old ladder against a wall for vertical shoe storage.

Source: Chellise Michael Photography [9] via Homepolish [10]

Stack Shipping Pallets

Shipping pallets (which can sometimes be found for free) work miracles for under-the-bed shoe storage.

See how this couple created a wooden wall from shipping pallets [11]!

Source: Chellise Michael Photography [12] via Homepolish [13]

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