19 GENIUS Purse Storage Ideas to Buy or DIY
19 fantastic purse storage ideas. That’s what I have for you today. Because I know you have a beautiful collection of handbags! Your problem? Finding a great purse storage solution for those beauties.
Having had this problem myself in the past, I explored many handbag storage ideas. And today, I’m sharing 19 of my favorites with you.
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Whether you want to buy purse storage right off the shelf, or you’re not opposed to a bit of DIY, there are both kinds of purse storage ideas here for you to consider. I hope that by the end of this post, you’ll have found the perfect solution for your beautiful bags!
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1. Easy Wall-Mounted Handbag Storage | Heathered Nest
This easy purse storage option has quickly become one of the most popular posts on our website. And I’m not surprised. Not only is this type of handbag storage affordable, but it also creates a beautiful feature wall when complete!!
We share the full tutorial for arranging and mounting this type of purse storage here on the blog.
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2. Organized Purses Hung from Shower Curtain Hooks | Honey We’re Home
Use kitchen utensil hooks or even shower curtain hooks to hang bags on a rack or expandable clothing rod.
These hangers are made especially for hanging your handbags. Buy a couple, and stash the handbags on your hanging clothes rods.
4. Using Magazine Filers to Store Clutches | Perpetually Chic
Here’s a smart, attractive and space-saving solution for storing clutches. Acrylic file or magazine holders.
6. Hanging Wine Rack | Salvage Life
Hmmmm…not sure I’d evict my wine bottles for many things, but for my handbags? Maybe! It’s definitely a functional and attractive handbag storage solution, isn’t it?
Storage cubes work great for shoes, toys, and even handbags. I believe this original image came from The Container Store, though I couldn’t locate it on their site currently, nor could I find the exact product shown below. But I have a link for a similar option for you.
8. Hanging Tension Rod with Shower Curtain Hooks | View Along the Way
Tension rods are great for cramming storage into a space of any size. I love how Kelly used a small and otherwise pretty useless area under her drawers for hanging handbag storage.
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Good for storing bags of all sizes, this storage unit has bins of various sizes to hold tiny clutches and big totes alike.
10. DIY Pegboard to Hang Handbags On | A Bowl Full of Lemons
11. Use a Dresser | Live it. Love it. Make it.
Displace your books and opt for bags! A small bookcase gets a new lease on life as a storage rack for some awesome accessories!
12. DIY Acrylic Purse Organizers | Polished Habitat
Similar to our clear storage option, Melissa’s wall-mounted acrylic purse holders are on point, IMHO. Hers are a full on DIY, whereas ours are straight off the shelf (or via Amazon Prime), but either way, you’ve got a winning storage solution. I also love how she made the vertical dividers to create additional purse storage below.
No time to DIY? No problem. Here are some pretty off-the-shelf acrylic bins you can purchase that can stack in your closet for easy handbag storage.
So not really an organizational aid, but helpful for your bags nonetheless! If you are a lover of designer bags, or even not so designer bags that are made of fabrics, like velvet maybe, that attract dust, I thought this was a kind of cool product. A handbag raincoat! Avoid dust bunnies clinging to your bags with these cool raincoats.
Lacking closet space? Well, you may have the backside of a closet door available. If so, this is a great, and affordable purse storage option.
I really like this option for a back of the door system as well. This one would help with dust prevention perhaps more than the first, although it may not hold quite as many bags.
This one hook has spaces to hang 6 favorite bags while saving you valuable closet square footage.
This acrylic stand is perfect for creating display shelves that put your favorite bags on full display. If you have some empty shelving / room for a nice display of some of your bags, these acrylic stands can show off your bags front and center with ease!
I adore the flexibility of this option! You can move the dividers around on the shelf to create an area that is the perfect size for each bag.
And the clear design lets your handbags shine! One of my favorite options on the list!
That wraps up my favorite 19 purse storage ideas for you! I hope that you’ve found one idea or several that will make your handbag storage situation stellar!
If you have some of your own favorite ideas that I didn’t mention, I’d love to hear about them! Leave me a comment here on the post, or find me on social media and drop me a line! Thanks so much for stopping by!
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