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Author: Lurker1999 Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 37173  
Subject: I need bedroom clothing storage help Date: 7/6/2003 12:11 AM
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Here's the situation. I know I'm moving to Boston in a year. I am not moving my full bedroom set (headboard, night stand, full-sized dresser with mirror, chest) because it's cheap and likely too large for my new place. So I plan on getting rid of it. Ideally I'll sell it to someone in August as people move into town to start school etc. However the set is huge and I'm not sure I'll be able to lift it intact into the service elevator even with help. And I certainly do not have transportation to carry it anywhere. So I may just sacrifice the pieces and toss them in the dumpster out back or offer them for a discount/free if someone will take them away.

That only gets rid of the furniture though. Everything is packed full of clothing. So the first step will be to sort out what I'm not going to wear again. However, then comes the question, where do I store the remainder of the clothing?

What is the most space efficient way of storing clothing in a small space that's also fairly mobile/movable? I'm out of closet space at the moment and those have already been decluttered. I actually need/will need all of the things in the limited closet space that I do have.
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