Hannah Davis gives up bedroom to house swimsuit collection

Hannah Davis has been forced to give up an entire room in her house to store her swimwear becuase she was sent hundreds of bikinis and one pieces after landing this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover

Hannah Davis' bikini collection takes up an entire bedroom.

The 25-year-old model - who landed this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover - has since been bombarded with free swimwear and has had to devote an entire room in her house to storing the garments.

She said: "I think I got about 100 swimsuits after landing the Sports Illustrated cover. I have no more space in my house! I can't complain because it's a good problem to have!

"Lately I've been putting them in big bags because I don't have space in my closet anymore and I've converted my second bedroom into a closet just because I've been getting so much stuff."

The blonde beauty - who was recently unveiled as the face of swimwear brand Op's Spring/Summer 2015 campaign - loves sporting one-pieces as she finds them less restrictive but isn't a fan of high-waisted styles as they leave her with a "weird tan line".

She said: "I like the one-piece, funny enough. I like it cut a little higher on the leg, with cutouts on the sides. I feel like I can move around more in one-pieces than in two-pieces.

"The one style I would probably never wear is the high-waisted bikini. It looks good in photos but I find that I would get a weird tan line."

Although Hannah spends days at a time in bikinis she added she doesn't worry about developing unsightly tan lines as she changes the garments so often.

She explained to PEOPLE: "People think you would get crazy tan lines because you're always wearing these crazy looking bikinis, but you don't because you're only in them for about 10 minutes and then you switch into the next one.

"You actually end up with the perfect tan because you are wearing all types of bikinis and none of them are there long enough to make a line."

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