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Brilliant Tips For Organizing Your Closet

Check out these great ideas to keep your wardrobe organized and keep it from taking over your closet

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Use shower curtain rods to hang and organize your purses. If you don't have any room on your clothing rod try using a small tension rod in an unused nook or even inside a cabinet.  

Installing pegboard in your closet will give you so many options. Add a few pegs within your childrens' reach to hang up their gloves and coats. Make room for your umbrella so that you always know where it is. Hang scarves, hats, and so much more. 

Organize your outfits using soda pop tabs.

Place pool noodles inside your boots to keep them from flopping over which will lead to creases and cracking.

Add shelving to the inside of closet doors to organize shoes, gloves, and many other items

Place a few shower curtain rings on a hanger for a cheap way to organize your scarves.
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Use moulding on a wall or in a closet to organize your shoes and get them off the floor.

This DIY pants rack is cheaper and easier than it looks.

Use shoe boxes to organize your drawers. This makes to so much easier to find what you need and keeps items from getting lost in the back of the drawer.

 A length of chain hanging from an S hook on your clothing rod will allow you to hang more clothes in a tight space. 

Glue some clothespins or use screw hooks on a strip of wood for a creative way to organize belts and necklaces. You could also use the clothes pins to hang a small box or basket for chunky bracelets or other items that wont fit the clothespins.

Use pant hangers to hang up our boots. This will keep them off the ground as well as keep them from flopping over and creasing or cracking.

Use wire hangers to organize your shoes and keep them off the floor. Just bend the hangers like the ones in the photo above and decorate with paper or fabric.

Make your own hat organizer using a few curtain rings and a coat hanger.
Using command hooks (or screw hooks if you don't mind the holes), hang wire baskets on the back of your closet door to store purses, scarves, and other accessories. To save money, search garage sales for older baskets and spray paint them to match your decor. 

Make your own scarf and jewelry organizer with a few simple items

Using PVC pipe and some rope you can easily add a second clothing bar to you closet. Perfect for small apartments or if you have little kids that can't quite reach the top bar. Another idea would be to use a spring-loaded shower curtain rod allowing you to adjust the height as needed

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  1. These are very helpful ideas! Thank you for sharing! That hat organizer could really come in handy for me. -Patrick Tan


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