Pajamas. We love them, we wear them all the time, and we use them as a way to relax and unwind from daily stressors.
But one thing you may not ever really think about when it comes to your pajamas is where to store them. People tend to store pajamas in chest drawers or the closet, but there are plenty more options that have never truly been explored.
The trick is to think outside the closet.
When it comes to high-quality womens pajamas, storage is a crucial part of guaranteeing the quality of the fabric. If you don’t know where to store pajamas or are looking for a surprising change, this article will help you out.
1. Over-the-Door Closet Rod
If you’ve got a deep closet but little to no space available to store your pajamas, you may want to consider investing in a rod that fits over your door.
Not only does it give you that bit of extra hanging space that you’ll undoubtedly need in your life, but it’ll make your bedroom look a little bit cleaner, too. It’ll also make grabbing your pajamas a bit easier when you’re ready to start unwinding and getting ready for bed!
You can either hang up your pajamas on a hanger and attach that to the closet rod or you can fold your current pajamas directly over it for even easier access. The choice is yours!
2. In Storage Furniture
You could add a piece of storage furniture into your bedroom to store your bulkier sweatshirts, sweaters, and pants when heading into the warmer weather. Better yet, you could also store your pajamas here all year round.
One of the best types of furniture fit for this purpose is an ottoman. They are usually pretty deep which means they can store a considerable amount of things. Yet they aren’t so big that your favorite pair of pajamas can get easily lost.
Ottomans (or any sort of storage bench) also don’t have any arms or a back, meaning that clothing cannot be thrown haphazardly over them, which will keep your room a little tidier. All you need to do to get access to your pajamas is lift the lid and bring your chosen set out.
Convenient, practical, and stylish? Count us in!
3. Under the Bed
Your bed has a big secret. It is hiding a considerable amount of storage space!
If your aim is to keep your pajamas completely out of sight, installing some sort of under-the-bed storage option is a great idea. This may be anything from a specialized divider unit to a box (or two) that easily fits under your bed.
This is a pretty surprising option for pajama storage as it’s not something that people tend to consider utilizing.
If you have a storage bed then we’d highly recommend that you utilize that to store your pajamas.
4. In A Hamper
We know that this surprising pajama storage idea sounds a little strange, but hear us out!
Some people prefer to toss their used pajamas into the hamper in their bedroom each morning, and then choose a new pair to wear to bed every night. Although this may seem pretty impractical at first glance, there’s a method to the madness.
It contains lots of mess and reduces the hands-on maintenance required for your pajamas. Plus, it’s a great way to ensure the cleanliness of your sleepwear, too.
Realistically, this is not the best pajama storage method. Frequently washing your clothing can wear out the material and will also cost you more in terms of laundry detergent, dryer sheets, and overall utility costs.
5. Tossed Into A Pile
We know this is not the most practical way to store your pajamas, but it’s definitely a surprising one!
Folding your pajamas and putting them away can often feel like a chore. In these situations, you may end up simply tossing your pajamas into a pile somewhere in your room and leaving them there.
Unfortunately, creating the leaning tower of pajamas and then leaving them there without folding them is not a good idea. This is because it will soon start to wear down the quality of the material.
Yet if you prioritize convenience over everything, this may be a good storage solution for you.
These are 5 surprising pajama storage ideas you should consider using. Pajamas can fit in just about any space but having a dedicated storage area for them will make it much easier to keep your room clean and organized, in addition to keeping your pajamas secure.