Hi Gina I would look at Amazon actually. I just purchased a free standing wardrove for $65 with an Amazon coupon. Its really impressive for the cost! Besides that you can always make your own. A great idea I saw once was hanging curtains from the ceiling as "walls" to create a "closet" and inside of that you could build your own free standing closet system like the one I'm sharing here: http://www.theglamorousgleam.com/2013/08/diy-pipe-clothing-rack.html
Some of those hanging racks could really look super good .. It is all about set tup , shelving , baskets sets
check all those ideas https://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=hanging%20rack%20in%20the%20bedroom&rs=filter
There are many different styles and sizes of free-standing wardrobes available at a variety of stores such as Overstock.com, Wayfair.com, Ikea, Home Depot, etc. If you have sufficient room, you might want to build a custom closet area in the room as it will certainly be a plus if and when you might sell your home in the future. In most circumstances, a room cannot be "counted" as a bedroom unless there is a closet within.
You may be able to find a good garage sale deal on an armoire, that would really help
Built-ins would provide extra storage space.
If the hanging rack serves your purpose and works, can you hang a curtain or curtains around it to hide the rack? You would hand them from the ceiling and create a closet effect with the curtains and put the hanging rack inside.
Hope you were able to find a solution.
You could do built ins or a storage armoire
You have to go to IKEA, you will be amazed at the wardrobes you can get for small spaces!!
Cover with a Shower Curtain, Bed Sheet or use a Dressing Screen to hide it. Best wishes.
The dollar amount assigned to a 'budget' varies according to the individual.
Depending on how much you want to spend on the room, improving or expanding the closet facilities can range from hanging hooks on the wall, or constructing a fully enclosed closet with mirrored doors.
How much useable floor space do you have available to devote to making more storage space for clothing?
If the room is small, then rods mounted from the ceiling may be an option.
If you have empty space in the upper corners of the room, purchase bars that mount on both walls for hanging up clothes.
You can attach hooks to the ceiling and hang a rod from them, attach a pretty curtain from it. Pretty shower curtains are usually way cheaper than regular curtains.
You could use storage containers that fit under the bed for items you don't use on a regular basis. https://www.thespruce.com/storing-your-clothes-without-a-closet-2648456
Don’t forget too to use the search bar at the top left on Hometalk, you’ll get a ton of ideas that way.
Thx, I will do that.
i bought a bed frame from amazon last year. The frame has 14 inches of clearance under it.
Read the customer reviews closely and carefully as some of the frames offered are not of the best quality.
Hi Gina: If you can mount a rod on the wall, be sure you mount it into studs and in a couple of places along the rod, then get some hangers with swivel tops and you can hang your clothes horizontally on the rod and they won't stick out into the room. You can put a couple rods about a foot apart on the wall. Home improvement stores sell rods that are sturdy, but if you go more than 5 feet, I'd put a bracket mid point for stability. Good luck
Thanks, I'd appreciate it :) The rods I'm talking about are wooden ones, and are in with the dowels, I think.
Here are examples of the hangers (clothing hangs parallel with the wall) Betsy was referring to in her first comment:
Not a problem. :)
Here's a post that might help - https://www.thespruce.com/storing-your-clothes-without-a-closet-2648456
I did my daughter bedroom in her apt which had no closets. check the post and you will see it. https://www.simplenaturedecorblog.com/how-to-make-a-moroccan-inspired-fabric-wall-hanging/
Thank you all for the helpful and supportive answers. I still have a few months to decide, what I do, but I need to tell you that I am very grateful and impressed with the responses I received from you. You are a very likeable and knowledgeable group of people.
Thank you all. Take care. Kindly Gina