In search of clothes storage bags – or clothes storage boxes – for keeping your seasonal wardrobe in check? Or, perhaps your wardrobe is slightly rammed at the moment, and you're trying to source somewhere to tackle the overflow? Clothes storage bags and boxes are a smart buy since they are budget-friendly – especially in comparison to buying another wardrobe or chest of drawers. They also can be used if and when you like, since they fold away to be stored away from wandering eyes with ease.
Whether it's your winter coat collection or the copious amount of duvets you own, pop all of this stuff into a clothes storage box and you're all set. Not only will this protect your items from moths and dust, but it can help you stay organised even when you feel like your bedroom is a mess (news flash: it probably isn't).
Store your clothes storage bags and boxes anywhere once filled, from atop your wardrobe to inside your wardrobe, pushed under a bed, stacked in the loft or hidden inside a cupboard. See our top 12 online finds below, to finally arrange all of your clothes, instead of throwing them out. Win-win!
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12 fab clothes storage bags and boxes
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1. Dunelm Heavy Duty Underbed Storage Bag(opens in new tab)
Dunelm Heavy Duty Underbed Storage Bag (opens in new tab)
Looking for a place to store your winter jumpers, coats or maybe even some spare bed linen for when guests stay? This is the best storage solution for you. These heavy-duty bags are ideal for those who a) have lots of clothes and b) want to maximise their space. Due to the fact they're made from polyester, the bags can be squashed into tight spaces, and they have handles to be easily grabbed when you're in a rush. Also, unlike several other clothes storage boxes, they can fit under low bed frames. The best part? They are super affordable so you won't break the bank when buying two, three, four or five. You can save even more using one of our Dunelm discount codes.
2. John Lewis & Partners Water Hyacinth Underbed Storage Basket
John Lewis & Partners Water Hyacinth Underbed Storage Basket (opens in new tab)
Store your clothes in style – and underneath your bed – while using this John Lewis basket. It's large in size and ideal for holding your summer dresses, winter jumpers plus more. It has a handle for easy grabbing and moving, while you can fasten shut its lid to keep your clothes secure. It's made by artisans using traditional weaving techniques, so you'll want to put yours slightly on show.
3. Dunelm Set of 2 Mink Foldable Cord Storage Boxes(opens in new tab)
Dunelm Set of 2 Mink Foldable Cord Storage Boxes (opens in new tab)
We bet you haven't thought about using cube storage boxes for your clothes, have you? These are the perfect size for holding folded t-shirts and jeans, while these ones from Dunelm can be folded away when not in use. They're attractive enough to pop on show, too, whether inside a wardrobe or out, with a mink coloured cord design.
4. The White Company Cotton Storage Bag – Set Of 2(opens in new tab)
The White Company Cotton Storage Bag – Set Of 2 (opens in new tab)
Great for stuffing inside your wardrobe, these cotton clothes storage bags can even be labelled for ease of use, while they have a window so that you can check what's inside, too, before pulling it all out over your bedroom floor. Even better: they can protect your precious clothes from moths and more, even when stored in a loft. They're also an easy way to conveniently store bedding, with each bag boasting a handle. These bags are plenty large enough for two thick jumpers to fit inside – or one full king size bedding set.
5. John Lewis Compactor Norvara Underbed Storage Bag
John Lewis & Partners Compactor Norvara Underbed Storage Bag (opens in new tab)
This fuss-free clothes storage bag from John Lewis is also a bargain for £8, while it can hold lots of clothes, bedding, towels and more. For storing underneath a bed, atop a wardrobe or even inside a wardrobe, they are made from non-woven 100 per cent polypropylene to keep those moths away, while they have a viewing window to easily spot what's inside them from afar. Close them using the zip, and they open from the top for easy access. Ideal for storing anything from your summer duvet to your winter coat collection. Just make sure you have somewhere to hide them away as they're quite big.
6. JoJo Maman Bebe Mustard Woodland Enormous Storage Bag
JoJo Maman Bebe Mustard Woodland Enormous Storage Bag
(opens in new tab)Ideal for the kids' clothes, this enormous storage bag lives up to its name, boasting plenty of space for so many clothes – you might even struggle to fill it! It's made of a lightweight fabric to make moving these bags around your home, from the loft to the garage and into their bedroom, a breeze. Oh, and they have carry handles and a simple zip closure. The bag is available in lots of prints from rainbows to stars and ducks, while it's not just for clothes – you could use it for their toys, book collection or for their bedding.
£6 at Jojo Maman Bebe (opens in new tab)
7. Lifewit Large Capacity Clothes Storage Bag(opens in new tab)
Lifewit Large Capacity Clothes Storage Bag (opens in new tab)
These highly rated Amazon clothes storage bags come in a pack of three, each with a handy viewing handle. THey're made to be stored under a bed, atop a wardrobe or in a cupboard, with handles, zip openings and a non-woven fabric construction. Sizeable enough for 35 items of clothing, six blankets or a king size duvet, each storage bag has a 90L capacity. They also come in grey, dark blue or black.
8. John Lewis & Partners 2 Section Organiser
John Lewis & Partners 2 Section Organiser (opens in new tab)
You can use these clothes storage boxes either inside a drawer or wardrobe, or pushed under a bed. Just note that they don't have lids so you may want to hide them from moths to protect your clothing. Use them for anything from pants to thin dresses and t-shirts, they not only help store your clothes with ease, but they can make organising your chest of drawers or wardrobe a breeze.
9. Lakeland Vacuum Clothes and Duvet Storage Tote Bag
Lakeland Vacuum Clothes and Duvet Storage Tote Bag (opens in new tab)
This large clothes storage bag is from Lakeland, and though it may not look the most stylish, it's super practical and it folds flat for easy storing once you're finished. Inside the tote bag lives a vacuum storage bag to hold even more clothes and beddings than other storage solutions. Boasting two handles so you can grab this clothes storage bag from underneath your bed with ease, it also has a large viewing window to save you from opening the wrong one in your search. Each bag can hold 50-litres, which is a double duvet plus four pillows, so they are plenty big enough for your winter coats and chunky knit jumpers. They also come in a range of sizes.
10. The White Company Kubu Multi-Purpose Basket(opens in new tab)
The White Company Kubu Multi-Purpose Basket (opens in new tab)
If you don’t have a drawer unit in your bedroom or dressing room, or you do and your clothes need even more corralling, individual storage baskets are a very attractive option. These square baskets from The White Company are ideal for small items like folded t-shirts and lingerie, although you may want to be careful with very delicate items as the rustic handwoven finish means there could be scags on the horizon. Nevertheless, these artisanal baskets look wonderful, with their washed grey tone, and the cutout handles make for easy access in the fog of the morning. Oh, and they're handwoven by artisans.
11. Packmate Flat Vacuum Storage Bags
Packmate Flat Vacuum Storage Bags (opens in new tab)
For those with sentimentally valuable but little-worn items to store, or for capsule wardrobe pioneers looking to pack away out-of-season clothes with the minimum of fuss, these vacuum storage bags can come in incredibly handy. Said to reduce size by up to 75 per cent, they’re ideal for bulky items like big winter jumpers or gowns, or even duvets and other bedding, and the resulting flat bag it set to be much easier to store under beds and in cupboards than boxes. The vacuum seal means you don’t need to worry about moths, damp, or odours either, common concerns when it comes to long-term clothing storage.
12. Really Useful Box 84 Litre
Really Useful Box 84 Litre (opens in new tab)
It’s an unspoken rule that every household must have at least one Really Useful Box, despite no one ever really being sure where it came from. And it’s little wonder: they’re budget-friendly, stackable, practical and hard-wearing, making them fantastic for long-term clothes storage, whether for you that means stashing your gear in your garage, or up in the loft. They come in a range of sizes, although this extra-large 84-litre box is ideal for storing lots of items long term, or tall and inflexible items such as hats, helmets and boots.
Where to buy clothes storage bags and clothes storage boxes?
Yet to find a clothes storage bag – or box – to suit your size space and budget? Keep searching below.
- Amazon clothes storage (opens in new tab)
- Dunelm clothes storage (opens in new tab)
- John Lewis clothes storage (opens in new tab)
- eBay clothes storage (opens in new tab)
- Argos clothes storage (opens in new tab)
- Wayfair clothes storage (opens in new tab)
- Wilko clothes storage (opens in new tab)
What to consider when buying a clothes storage bag or box?
Think first about where you'll be storing your new clothes storage bag or box, whether that will be under your bed, at the back of a deep built-in wardrobe or in a garage. If you're storing clothes in your garage, be sure to opt for storage that's water-tight, lidded and heavy-duty such as the Really Useful Box (opens in new tab).
If your clothes storage boxes are going to be on show in your home – perhaps poking out from under your bed – it'd be smart to opt for something that looks nice too, such as a rattan box or a decorative basket. However, if it'll be tucked way under your bed or in a garage, prioritise practicality over looks.