We have a nice-sized home. It has 2,300 square feet of living space and feels like a mansion to us considering we’ve lived in homes and apartments that were well under 1,000 square feet in size.
Believe it or not, though, with all this space we have zero closets on our main floor. Zero! No closets for hanging coats … no closets for storing brooms, vacuums and mops … no closets to stuff full of junk before company arrives … you get the picture.
This closet conundrum has forced me to get creative about storage on the first floor. Slowly, I’ve been coming up with solutions for our lack of closets. As I discover more, I’ll share them here on the blog. My first solution came in the form of this charming coat rack:
I think it really looks like it belongs in this spot.
In the future, I’m planning a first-floor laundry room renovation that will add some storage cabinetry. In the meantime, a huge garage organization/cleaning operation is about to go down that will include the creation of a spot for my cleaning supplies and mops/brooms. Stay tuned for the deets on that project. Spoiler alert: It involves a messy garage video that may rival any horror film you’ve seen.