We’ve already shared some very creative bag storage ideas with you. Although we still want to share more because everyone has a couple of bags at home that are usually not well organized. There are many ways to organize them, including hanging them on doors, creating special compartments for them in your closet, and even using them as wall decorations. Check out these ideas and let us know how to store your bags.
Cupboards and drawers
If you have enough space, I highly recommend showing off your perfect bags (and maybe shoes!) At their best. Take a large or not very large open rack or closet and display all of your bags. Put them in your bedroom or closet. A glass cabinet makes your bags and shoes part of the decor and gives it a sophisticated touch.
Organizer and owner
Different organizers are a good idea for small bags and clutches – you can buy some mesh or wire organizers for files and papers, or make simple ones from common boxes and colored paper and keep your bags tidy. As for brackets – there are special fabrics made of fabric or acrylic that hang in your closet so you don’t waste a lot of space, and you can also attach vertical metal brackets with hooks to the closet doors – they provide plenty of room for your bags without being too flashy do.
Hooks and hangers
Hook, hook, hook! This is a timeless idea for any type of bag that has a handle or a loop. Hooks can go anywhere, and you can hang them in your closet and voila too – lots of bags are kept tidy and close at hand! Various types of hangers provide space for your shoulder bags and tote bags so that everything is organized. Get inspired!
Tea parties are usually associated with some vintage and shabby chic because it's an old tradition. Vintage-style tea parties are great for bridal showers, baby showers, and just plain fun with your best girls. Would you like to know how you can implement such a topic? I have a lot of ideas for you!
Vintage tea party decor
Vintage tea sets with gold decorations, vintage silver tea and coffee pots, stunning plates are the key to any vintage tea party. Create a beautiful decor with vintage teapots or tin cans: use them as vases. You can also put fresh flowers in vintage teacups and add pearls, or put flowers in mini cages and hang over the table. Vintage tea trolleys or desks are perfect for displaying desserts and sweets of all kinds. Wrap utensils in pastel napkins and use stacks of books with pastel cups, pearls and flowers to decorate the table. Keep everything nifty and chic!
Vintage tea party food
Treats and sweets should be designed and refined in a vintage style: if they are sandwiches, they are given a sweet heart shape. When it comes to macarons, go for pastel shades. Marshmallows, sugar cookies, meringues, heart biscuits, strawberry shortcakes, almond cupcakes and cookies with colored icing. Serve different types of tea: green, black, white, herbs and offer your guests the option of adding herbs or flowers to the tea themselves.