Living in cities can often mean having to make do with spaces that are not optimal for their purpose - i.e.: a "bedroom" (read: study or large walk in closet) with no closet. My no closet storage solution has a tiny footprint and offers you a good looking way to keep your clothes organized in a spatially subtle way.

Using an existing cabinet and only four uprights with two cross bars, this project is simple to make considering how functional it is! Let's get started.

Step 1: Supplies

What you'll need for this project:


(x1) Ikea Stuva cabinet - 23 5/8" W x 19 5/8"D x 25 1/4" H (whatever combo of drawers/shelves you like or your own cabinet if you don't mind free styling with the directions)
(x2) 4' x 1 1/4" dowel
(x4) 1" x 3" x 8' kiln dried wood (I used poplar)
(x1) cotton clothes line rope
(x4) 1 1/4" wood screws
(x8) 1 3/4" wood screws
(x8) 3/4" steel washers
masking tape


hand drill
chop saw
belt sander
palm sanding block
sand paper
drill press
1" hole saw
measuring tape
bottle or cup with a 2 1/2" diameter

Love this . I put wheels on an end Table I had used your plans and use it in my Laundry Room. I can hang right out of the dryer. I have my Ironing stuff stored in the end table
<p>Amazing!... Just what I need.</p>
<p>love it, paige, <strong>love it</strong>!</p>
<p>Great job, Paige.</p><p>Nice idea. Last night I was at Ikea and I saw this product. I remembered your project and I took a picture. This can be a slight different solution for people as lazy as me. ;-)</p><p>It's Enudden. It's a bath towel rack. It can be used instead of the top shims. Of course it will not be so strong and smart, but it's almost ready and requires just minor fixing.</p>
<p>This is lovely! Now, how do I get rid of clothes so they all fit in this space? </p>
<p>That was definitely the most difficult, but most rewarding part of this project! </p>
<p>To get the &quot;rounds&quot; even, cut the corners as you suggested, then stack the four legs on top of each other &amp; tape together.<br>Insert a piece of dowel through the holes to align the legs &amp; then use your belt sander to round-off the legs - All will be exact copies of each other!</p>
<p>Clean and stylish design! Thanks for posting</p>
Stylish and clear i'bles, thank you Paige Russell for sharing.
<p>I love it! A center finder is a handy tool for finding the centerline of a dowel: <a href="http://www.iowa-industrial.com/Western-Iowa-/Earth-Moving-Equipment-/Starrett-6-mini-square-and-center-finder-16R-grad-cast-image-No.jpg" rel="nofollow">Starrett-6-mini-square-and-center-finder-16R-grad-cast-image-No.jpg</a></p>
<p>Nice design! I love your titles for each step--very fun. :)</p>
Thanks watchmeflyy!

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Bio: Made in Canada, I have a BFA in product design from Parsons School of Design in NYC. I've done work for Martha Stewart Living ... More »
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