Inside a LuLaRoom, Every Consultant’s Dream

Ideas to outfit your LuLaRoe Room

So you’re in the queue to be a LuLaRoe consultant, or maybe you are still thinking about it.  But one thing is for sure, you have been dreaming about a wonderful room full of LuLaRoe!!  (cue mist rolling in, harp music, and cherubs)

Weather you have space for a whole room for your LuLaGoodies, or just have some storage space, here are some ideas to help you out!

Moveable System

If you have a long wall or a whole room, but you are not ready for a permanent change, here is a great solution!  LuLaRoe consultant Jill Whaley used a tension rod hanger system that looks great, and a bonus: no tools needed!

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Prince Hanger on Amazon has many options to choose from to fit your space and needs.

Permanent System

If you want something more permanent, but still not looking to spend a lot, brackets for closet rods and shelves are perfect!  Ranging from $5-$15 dollars per bracket makes this a money saving solution.  More money for your LuLaRoe inventory!  Any Home Depot or Lowe’s will have closet rods fairly cheap too.

Here is part of LuLaRoe consultant Jamie Cheney’s set up:


What I Used

My LuLaRoom doubles as my kid’s playroom.  I keep my inventory on rolling collapsible clothing racks, so I can roll them in the laundry room for storage, and my kids can play without the worry of them getting into my racks!  Because you know a kid can’t resist crawling through clothes!


I love having open houses, and when hostess’s have their parties at my house, but I wanted more than one place for trying clothes on.  I had a great corner in my basement perfect for a makeshift changing room.  I used O hooks, picture wire, and curtain clips, to make it.  If you have a drop celling, like many basements do, these clips would work great for hanging wire through.

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Here are some ideas for some leggings storage:

I personally use under the bed storage containers.  They have a see through lid for easy counting for inventory, and keeps dust/pet hair out.


I have also used a hanging shelf organizer.  This worked well until I  needed all the rack space I could get!

Cube storage with fabric drawers are another idea.  Also a great way to hide some of the extra business materials you will have, like bags, business cards, and tape measure.

I have also seen a lot of consultants like tiered baskets.  They look super cute for vendor events!

As you can see, there are many different ways you can organize your LuLaRoom.  What are your unique ideas?

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