First up is my own solution. I hung a vintage chain belt vertically and use the links to hold scarves. The belt links are perfectly sized. I can hang multiple light scarves in one link or folded winter weight scarves. (Please don’t laugh at my sad belt collection. Please don’t laugh at the fact that I called it a collection.)
This fabric hanging scarf holder by Elizabeth of A Box Living is great because it is simple construction made with readily available materials. It is also easily customizable for your space.
Everyone has a hanger from a dry cleaner don’t they? At least one? Well, if you do you could always do what Instructables user whatthisgodwrought did with hers and turn it into a multi scarf holder.
Believe it or not this gorgeous wooden one is a DIY option. Full plans and how to at Home-Dzine.
If you haven’t found a DIY option that suits your needs below are a few very reasonably priced ready made options.
This butterfly one is adorable and at $6.98 on Amazon you really can’t beat the price.
I am a sucker for a sleek wooden design at this ten hole wooden scarf holder fits that bill. For $8.01 on Amazon you could afford to buy one for your mud room and bedroom closets.
Can you do a storage round up without an Ikea product showing up at least once? Well you might be able to but why would you want to? The Kompliment multi-use hanger is a steal at $7.99.
Well I hope you have been able to find a few storage solutions to help you with your scarves, Hijabs and pashminas. I had no idea there were so many fabulous ideas out there. As usual I hope you share any of your own solutions. You can submit photos, descriptions and links to firstname.lastname@example.org.