Five DIY wardrobe solutions for when you don't have one

LIVIA GAMBLE
Last updated 12:38 14/08/2014

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Kings and queens had whole rooms dedicated to the hanging of their robes. However unfair; those days are gone. Instead, renters on a budget would know that a good built-in wardrobe is hard to find.

If you're anything like Carrie Bradshaw and you prefer to have your money where you can see it - hanging in your closet - the absence of a wardrobe isn't an option.

Luckily, when left with little or no space for your clothes, there are some alternatives.

But first, Jan Favaloro of Rocksalt Interiors says, you need to figure out exactly what you want your wardrobe to store. And you will need a metre of space to be able to hang clothes, she says. 

Keeping this in mind, here are five creative design ideas that will make your friends wish they didn't have a wardrobe either.

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- Sydney Morning Herald

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