Closet organizing has recently become a challenge in my life. In probably last three years as I have expanded my style comfort zone, I have also been accumulating more accessory type items. What do I do with all of these boots, hats, purses, clutches and scarves?? I have suddenly amassed more accessories than I know how to store.
Scarves were a big problem. When I only had a couple, I tied them on to my closet rod, but as I purchased more, they began to take up too much space. I considered a basket, but I wanted them hanging so that I could incorporate them as I put together an outfit. I started browsing Pinterest for scarf organization ideas and was drawn to this image. I love the simplicity of it and obviously all of those scarves are amazing.
We had a big blank wall in our walk-in closet that was perfect for this style of scarf organization. The kids and I headed to the local farm store to get some real rope by the foot. I think Lowes or Home Depot has it too. I picked out some rope that wasn’t too slick, but also wasn’t too rough. I bought about 12 ft. of it.
When Soren got home I showed him my idea. He was able to find some old curtain hooks that we weren’t using and some red fishing line. We held up the rope together to determine the height and curve of the rope and then he whipped the ends of the rope with fishing line and hung the hooks.
Then we hung them all up. I love that I don’t have to tie them on, they just lay over the rope. They also add some décor to our closet and a slight nautical feel. If you have an empty closet wall, I highly recommend it. Dress up your closet with the cute scarves you already own!