Primp Station – If you have empty wall space in your closet, take advantage of it! This wall-mounted desk will hold all your jewelry and accessories. Above, line the wall with hooks for hats and scarves and place laundry bins below.
Purse Display – Stacking your purses or clutches in a pile won’t do them any good. Protect your favorite bags and make them more visible with clear shelf dividers. Place prized bags in their own compartment and group smaller items together in another.
Closet Systems – Closet systems and bedroom closet organizers can help you make the most of the space you have. This space implements several smart walk-in closet organization ideas: hanging bars, cubby storage, and drawers help organize clothing and ensure that everything has a place. Narrow storage up top keeps the floor clean.
Shelf It – You might think adding more shelves is the best way to organize clothes in a closet—but this is not always true. The shelves themselves take up inches of precious storage space, and too many of them can make it difficult to stack or remove items. It’s best to design shelves that will fit the various items you have to store.
Be Flexible – Your wardrobe changes with the season and through the years, and a closet that can adapt will support the shifts. When planning your closet, look for features that are adjustable. These acrylic drawer dividers can be rearranged to suit any number of items, including scarves, belts, socks, and more.
Pull down Bar – Movable clothing rods inside your wardrobe unit provide easy access to clothes while choosing outfits. The metal rod can be pushed up to keep clothes out of the way, or pulled down to shoulder height for more convenience. Built-in drawers hidden behind wardrobe doors also help with closet organization.
Accessory Storage – Use hat boxes or high-quality gift boxes for a quick, top-shelf storage option. Whether you need a place for belts, scarves, hats, or other smaller items, stylish boxes provide the perfect sized space and help keep little accessories in their place and out of the way. If space is limited, try this small closet organization idea: place hooks on the door as a quick, easy option for hanging handbags, scarves, or other accessories.
Shoe Solution – If shoes flood your closet floor, develop a smart strategy for storing them. Keep the shoes you wear all the time accessible on shelves if you have room. Store seasonal and special-occasion shoes in easy-to-see clear plastic boxes on the top shelf of your closet. Or simply reuse the original box and attach a picture of the shoes to the front of the box.
Kid’s Closet tips – Fabric storage bins help keep an open closet neat, organized, and presentable. Double rods on both sides of the storage tower provide extra space for shirt and pants storage. To make it easier for kids to stick with your organization system, try this DIY closet organizer idea: Apply adhesive picture labels to the outside of the fabric bins.