DWW, this post piqued my curiosity.
Another well-known poster on this site (@VincentSF) is rumoured to have an entire dacha given over to storage of his 100+ bespoke suits and jackets.
Having followed your many posts on this thread, it seems every time any particular fabric is mentioned, you admit to having at least one or two garments made from that cloth, or in the process of being made. You must have a pretty sizeable collection by now. Where do you keep all your stuff?
I myself own maybe fifteen suits and twenty jackets (one day I really should make a proper inventory), which to anyone other than a menswear-idiot-savant would be considered laughably excessive. Not to mention various overcoats, odd trousers, racks upon racks of ties, and (the horror, the horror) shoes. My own collection is spread across two locations, each of which has wardrobes bursting at the seams with clothes.
I've sworn myself off any further purchases - especially, purchases of items needing to be hung on a clothes-hanger - unless I first dispose of an unwanted garment. I feel like the sartorial version of Mr Creosote. "Just one more pocket square, sir - surely there's space in there for just one more pocket square?"
Do others here share this storage nightmare?
Conventional open clothes racks are mostly single tier and don't fully use a room's vertical space. I'm thinking double tier rack, one above the other, the lower dowel positioned slightly further from the wall the better to see and reach for jackets there.
Also a 'tie horse', kind of like a longer horizontally tilted pommel horse, lined with an awsm hairy tweed to discourage slippage, and so that I see ties arranged along it in seasonal groups. Rolling or stacking doesn't answer imo, too lumpy.