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    Quote Originally Posted by m00ch View Post
    I didn’t notice that most of that is wall hanging, do you have a part number for the shelves and bins that are right next to the quilts? IKEA has a bazillion items and I cannot find them on their site.


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    It's the BestA series. Really modular stuff. You can hang it or put legs on it. Has doors and drawers if you want them. Bins that are made to fit.

    https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/70245952/

    They even have a design studio that lets you map it out with what you want and then print a parts list.

    https://www.ikea.com/ms/en_US/custom...=PlanningTools

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    Is the drawer unit under your jackets also hung from the wall and is it also the BestA lineup? The translucent drawer fronts look nice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by m00ch View Post
    Is the drawer unit under your jackets also hung from the wall and is it also the BestA lineup? The translucent drawer fronts look nice.


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    No, those are actual dressers sitting on the floor. They do have translucent doors and drawer fronts for the Besta series, though.

    besta.jpg

    The Besta frames that hang on the wall come in 2 depths as well if you don't want them protruding out into the room as much as the standard frames. Everything is so customizable if you don't mind being creative and putting it together. I have this stuff all over my house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m00ch View Post
    I guess when you say it like that I sound like a quilt monger but I have gear for 2 people in northern Wisconsin so I am prepared for temperature difference of 100F from winter to summer.


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    I didn't mean to imply anything. I know what it is like to have gear to outfit family of four. Not that many seasons but for most of what NC weather gives us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m00ch View Post
    I guess when you say it like that I sound like a quilt monger but I have gear for 2 people in northern Wisconsin so I am prepared for temperature difference of 100F from winter to summer.
    Quilt monger? Or happily comfortable in a wide range of temperatures?

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    Pants hangers? https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B06ZZBR7ZK

    Or this? https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mainstays...nizer/16206977

    Personally I like the "throw it in a bin" approach since it gives you storage flexibility, is cheap, and keeps the quilts protected.
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    I have occasionally stored some of my quilts stuffed loosely in pillow cases on the bed or sofa. You don't want them to do heavy duty (under your head), because this results in more down poking through the shell, but it can look pretty decorative and not at all like storage. You would need pretty pillow cases, obviously.

    Most of the time, I put my quilts in large stuff sacks I made myself, and hang them from the ceiling. With a little creativity, it would be possible to design the stuff sacks so that they don't look too much like stuff sacks but maybe rather like a fancy drape.

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