10.20.2011

let's get minimal • part two: purse organization

Let's Get Minimal

Welcome to "Let's Get Minimal," an every-once-and-a-while feature on the A Wild Tonic blog! I'm a bit obsessed with minimalization, so I thought I'd share some tips with my readers on how to live a simplified life. If you have any feedback or would like tips on a specific subject email me at awildtonic@gmail.com


My purses were hanging on a pretty efficient strap-hook thing on the back of my door. Unfortunately (fortunately?), I have a lot of purses, and this contraption wasn't working as well as it once did. I took all my purses down and got rid of the ones I don't use anymore. The ones that I use very frequently are now on a hook opposite of my door. The rest of the bags (which I use less often) are now in this vintage suitcase underneath my dresser. To save space, store smaller bags inside of larger bags. I added furniture mover pads to the bottom of the suitcase so it can slide out from under the dresser with ease!


Let's Get Minimal Part 2


Let's Get Minimal Part 2


Let's Get Minimal Part 2


Let's Get Minimal Part 2


Let's Get Minimal Part 2




ps. vacation sale!
all vintage items are now 50% off.
please note: all items purchased between now and 10/25
will be shipped on 10/25. thank you! :)

3 comments:

  1. When I saw the title of this blog post show up in my reader I wondered if you were going to reveal the secret to keeping the contents of my purse to a minimum... which scared me a little! I was relieved to discover you were offering wonderful advice on how to organise the storage my purses! ;)

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  2. Lovely solution. I am a purseaholic and have scads stored everywhere.

    Marie @ Lemondrop ViNtAge
    I'm having a giveaway...

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  3. A beautiful and elegant solution! I love suitcases for storage but never thought about adding furniture felt. Genius and simple.

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