Storage & Organisation Products

When the clutter gets too much - it proves you're only human. Alas, the home organising gene blesses only a fraction of us so the rest of us must work hard to keep on top of the piles of clothing and shoes. So if your wardrobe looks like it was hit by a storm, and “storage” is how you describe clutter, then you’ve reached the right place.

The bonus of shelving and storage boxes that fit inside your drawers or wardrobe is that you get more time to spend living your life and not sorting, separating and straightening. In a dream world, every wardrobe would have custom built-ins, but in real life, baskets, bins, hooks and shelves are just as effective and can save you lots of dollars. Here are some clever ways to redesign your hangers and racks — and save time, money and space doing it. A simple shoe rack or a new clothes rack might just change your life, and if you need some help from the professionals, you can always browse our directory!

Wardrobe storage units for small accessories
If you have plenty of shelves but no built-in dresser or drawers, create your own storage by placing hats, scarves, belts and purses into storage containers. Organisers for wardrobe storage come in a variety of sizes and materials — including wicker, wire, plastic and fabric — so they can even add some personality and decor to your wardrobe.

Save space with a hanging shoe rack or clothes rack
Go vertical with hanging organisers or hooks. Hanging shoe racks are popular, affordable ways to group your shoes, while organisers with large cubbies work well for sweaters or sweatshirts. If you have a walk-in wardrobe, save room on your clothes rack by adding closet door hooks to store bulky coats or purses. Finally, multi-tier hangers are an inexpensive option for pants, jeans and ties.

More shelving is always a good idea
Avoid jumbled, cluttered shelves by using space-efficient plastic or metal dividers. They create specific spots for jumpers, shoes and handbags, saving you time while you’re getting dressed in the morning. Shelves in varying depths are also great ideas for everything from storage containers to garage storage.

Beyond wardrobe storage: Shelving units under your bed
If you’ve exhausted all the wardrobe storage you could find, use storage containers that serve as perfectly great under-bed shelving units. Some convenient containers even include wheels to make them easy to move in and out. They’re a great way to store seasonal items, including pullovers, coats, boots and extra doonas.

Invest in high-quality, custom built-in storage units
If all else fails and you need a long-term, reliable fix, splurge on built-in wardrobe storage units. With a custom storage system, you can accommodate your specific, personal needs. With all the extra shelves, drawers, cabinets and clothes rack systems, you will have plenty of room to expand your clothes collection over the years (never a bad idea!).