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Old 12-06-2012, 08:43 AM   #1
 
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I have at least 12 purses and I just stack them on shelves in my bedroom, walk in closet. I was thinking that I could possibly hang them from a coat rack or something similar. They would be more accessible and would allow me to use my closet shelves for other things. Any ideas would be appreciated. TIA
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Old 12-06-2012, 11:40 AM   #2
 
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If you have wall space for hooks that would be great, or if you have any hanging space where clothes would go you could use shower curtain S hooks to hang them. They also make something that goes over a door for hanging things like that. You could also do pegboard so the hooks could be moved around as needed, like in this picture.

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I like the idea of the peg board. The hooks would have to be pretty big for some of my purses. I'm not sure where I could hang the peg board, but I'll look around tonite when I get home. I have a closet in the spare room that may work. Thanks...... I found a purse rack that I really like, but it's over $200. No way am I going to pay that much for something to hang my purses on and I don't want the over the door hanger.
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I hang mine (and belts) on hangers alternating each side. One hanger won't hold all of yours so you'd need a couple but it works for me.
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I have the coated wire shelves and I've used shower hooks like in this photo: Effortless Clear Shower Curtain Hooks (Set of 12) - Bed Bath & Beyond

They're pretty convenient.
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I bet you could find a few creative ways on pinterest.

I use hangers and they don't work all that well.
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You could also do pegboard so the hooks could be moved around as needed, like in this picture.
Thank you for posting this! I have been struggling with handbag storage for a while. This looks like the perfect solution.
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Old 12-06-2012, 01:31 PM   #8
 
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Here's the purse rack I like.

Amazon.com: Brown Metal Spiral Purse Tree Rack: Home & Kitchen
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Have mercy, is there gold on that purse stand!?

I'm all about using wall space so I can keep the floors clear.
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It's very pretty but so expensive!
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I would look around your area and see if anyone does wrought iron work. Bet it could be made for a lot less!
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I think about hanging pot racks for purses. How to Make a DIY Hanging Pot Rack - 6 Cheap & Easy Methods
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