Discover creative and budget-friendly ways to organize and store your blankets with these easy blanket storage ideas.
Blankets are an essential item in any home, especially during the chilly winter months. However, storing them can be a challenge since they take up valuable floor space and can make your living area look cluttered.
Fortunately, there are several creative ways to store blankets that don’t involve sacrificing style for function. I’ve gathered a super helpful collection of storage options for your extra blankets.
Best Blanket Storage Ideas
One of the best ways to store blankets is using a coffee table that has built-in storage.
These tables not only provide surface space for drinks and snacks in the living room, but also offer a great way to keep extra throw blankets out of sight.
They come in various styles and sizes, so you’re sure to find one that suits your decorating style.
Another great option is utilizing vertical space by adding a blanket ladder or wall hooks to your living space.
This method not only saves floor space but also adds visual interest to your walls while keeping your favorite throws within arm’s reach in a stylish way.
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Linen Closet Storage
An easy way to store beautiful blankets and large comforters is to use your linen closet. You can keep thin blankets in wicker baskets.
By utilizing decorative baskets with an open design it makes it easy to see what’s inside and you’ll have easy access to your favorite cozy blanket.
Plus, you can find a blanket storage basket in a variety of sizes so you can choose the perfect one for your blanket collection.
Simply fold your blankets neatly and place them inside the blanket basket for effortless organization.
Another option for keeping your blankets tidy are storage bags. They sell large blanket bags that are ideal if you have limited storage space, or if you want to protect your favorite blankets from dust or pets. You can also choose to use storage bins to store heavy blankets and throw pillows.
The only problem with this idea is if you have limited closet space you may not be able to utilize a linen closet. No worries, this next option may work for you!
Blanket Storage Solutions for Small Spaces
Keep your cozy throw blanket within convenient reach by using quilt racks, a blanket wall rack, blanket chest or storage trunks.
They are the perfect way to store blankets at foot of your bed and they don’t take up too much space. If you have an abundance of blankets you may want to invest in a vacuum bag. This is just one of the creative space-saving solutions for a small home.
Now that we’ve talked about an extra storage options for your favorite throws, let’s take a look at some different ways to incorporate these ideas as part of your everyday home decor.
Now that you’ve seen all these clever blanket storage ideas, check out some of my very favorite throw blankets perfect for snuggling!
More Blanket Storage FAQ’s
Where can I store my blankets without a closet?
There are lots of simple ideas shared in this article that would work if you don’t have a closet.
The most practical is to store blankets in plain view; on the back of a sofa, in pretty baskets, or probably the most popular, a blanket ladder.
How do you store oversized blankets?
If you have several oversized blankets that take up a lot of space, you may want to consider using vacuum storage bags. It is a great way to store off-season blankets and takes up minimal space.
How to Store Comforters in Small Spaces
An easy way to save on storage space for comforters not in use is to fold the comforter in thirds widthwise, then it into a small roll. Secure the roll with a ribbon and store it in a linen closet, storage bins or baskets.
If you have hanging space in your closet, you can fold the comforter in thirds, and hang it over a heavy-duty hanger. Putting a garbage bag over top not only keeps the dust out, but makes it easier to slide other items in to hang alongside it.
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