Whether you just have a few treasured bags that you rotate for different occasions or a collection of handbags, purses, and clutches so big you don't know what to do with them all (guilty) - keeping them organized and finding storage for them can be mammoth task.
That's where we come in. Keep scrolling for the most ingenious bag storage ideas, from acrylic dividers Marie Kondo would be jealous of, to wall and door-mounted hanging organisers and shelving systems, these storage ideas will totally revolutionize your GRWM.
Individual Bag Hangers
This is one for your most treasured pieces that you perhaps want to keep separate to avoid any chance of damage. If you've got the closet space, hang your handbags from these special hooks along with your clothes.
Shelving with Hooks
If you're not afraid to put your bags on display, a shelf or hat rack complete with hooks works perfectly. Stack your larger totes, backpacks and bucket bags on the shelf and use the hooks for hanging cross body or mini top-handle bags.
Shelving with hooks for handbag storage
Hanging organisers with either open cubbies or dedicated designed-for-bags slots are super versatile - if you have space in your wardrobe to hang from the rail, great! If not you can hang over the back of a door (be that your bedroom or closet doors) from hooks, or even from your curtain pole if you're feeling edgy.
Hanging organizer for handbag storage
Cubbies, Bins and Storage Boxes
Cubbies, bins and boxes are excellent for storing various sizes of handbags if you have the space to install them. If you don't have space on your wardrobe or closet shelving, simply storing handbags in bins that you tuck in a cupboard or under your bed can be a good way to keep them protected and organized.
Storage boxes and Bin organisers for handbags
There are several products that let you hang bags vertically, while keeping them separated. An over-the-door hanging organiser will keep multiple handbags in line. This is a great space-saving method of storing totes and handbags.
Over the door handbag storage
Dividers Or Magazine Holders
Re-purpose holders designed for other items (magazines, baking trays, files!) can just as well work for handbags as well. For example, slim or clutch bags can slip nicely into a file folder and it doesn't take up too much space.
Dividers or magazine holders for handbag storage
Repurpose Shoe Racks and Storage
Not just for trainers and heels, shoe racks and storage can be a great way to organise handbags - especially great to put at the bottom of your wardrobe underneath your handing rail to utilize space, plus its rental friendly.