Needless to say, when you have as many scarves as I do, finding a way to store them can become quite a hassle. My scarves are typically stored in a basket in my bedroom where they overflow and become scrunched, wrinkled, and musty, due to their inability to breathe when piled on top of one another.
Thankfully, I recently had the opportunity to try three brand new scarf hangers from Mariko Ideas.
* Product and/or service provided for review without cost. As always, all opinions are my own.
Mariko Ideas Scarf Hangers are incredibly beautiful. They feature sparkling beads around a durable metal rounded hanger frame, which makes them aesthetically pleasing.
I love everything about these hangers. You can tell just by holding them in your hand, that they are durable and made with strong materials. Because of this, the weight of your scarves don't really matter. The Mariko Ideas Scarf Hangers seem to be a match for even the heaviest of winter scarves.
I have dozens of scarves, and each of these hangers has the potential to hold up to five scarves. That, for me, is a huge plus, especially considering that for three hangers, you're only paying $14.99!
Below, you can see some of my scarves (two on each hanger). I have both thick, crocheted scarves, as well as very thin sheer scarves, both of which fit neatly and securely into the hanger loops.
Bottom line, I love the Mariko Ideas Scarf Hangers. My sister, who often comes over to "swap" clothes from time to time, saw them and noted how beautiful they were. I absolutely agree with her.
I recommend these hangers for those of you who have too many scarves than they know what to do with, or for those of you looking for a beautiful way to reorganize the items in your closet.