Get All Your Winter Things Organized Now

Photographed by Dan McCoy.
Storage is pretty exciting — said no one, ever. Bins, baskets, and shoe racks aren't exactly the most riveting home buys. But, it certainly doesn't have to be that way. Your scarves, gloves, and hats (and flashy NYE stilettos) deserve to have a colorful place of their own during this season, not crammed in a coat pocket or piled on the back of a chair.
And, chances are you probably already have a few of these solutions. Put an unused salad bowl near your front door to house those runaway mittens. And, your hats will look mighty fine atop candlestick holders. Ahead, six outside-the-box ways to display your accessories these frigid months.
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Photographed by Dan McCoy.
Bags Served

When you're not using that colorful hostess tray for your cheese plate or martinis, play Tetris with your clutches.
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Mittens On High

Gloves are the worst. Always running away. Keep them in a cute salad bowl near your door for easy reach. (We elevated ours on top of a garden pot.)
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Stilettos Caged

Use that space above a high armoire or dresser and hang your prize party heels from bright baskets.
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Toppers On Fire

Showcase your hats on bright candleholders. We even balanced two on top of each other!
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Scarves On A Roll

Wind up those cozy neck warmers and put in a kitchen bowl. No more of them falling off hooks onto the ground.
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Photographed by Dan McCoy.
Umbrellas Boxed

No one really needs a fancy umbrella holder. A wastebasket or dustbin (here) does the job just fine.

Umbrella holder is stylist's own.
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