2 IDEAS FOR ORGANIZING YOUR CLOSET TO ADD IMMENSE SPACE IN YOUR WARDROBE
The easiest way to end up with a disorganized closet is by hanging up clothes without even thinking about it. To keep things sectioned off, hang blouses, tops, and skirts above built-in shelves, and long dresses and pants when nothing is underneath.
Try a Boot Organizer
Boots can be a pain to store in a closet—they seem to topple over at the slightest touch. Instead, a special boot organizer can safely house five pairs in the “footprint” of one.
These customizable drawer organizers can turn any clothes, underwear, or socks drawer into something neater and tidier. These dividers are sold in convenient sets of two, with the option of adding in smaller compartment dividers for an additional price.
Each divider is spring loaded to fit into almost any drawer at least four inches deep. They also have rubber feet to help keep it in place, which means you won’t need any tools to install them. You can reorganize and redivide your drawer as often as you want without harming your dresser.
Bedrooms attract clutter quickly, especially when you have out-of-season clothes, extra blankets and sheets taking up all of your space in the closet. That’s why under-the-bed storage is perfect for these items, allowing you to store things you need (like winter sweaters) out of sight.
These storage containers are easy to pack and remarkably durable for their fabric construction. They are also narrow enough to fit under most beds and their grey color allows them to blend in seamlessly without causing an eyesore.
These decorative baskets are perfect for storing items you want easy access to but don’t want to see all the time, like remotes, keys, blankets, books, toys, and more. They’re made of a durable coiled rope material that feels more expensive than it is, and while they are soft sided, they do retain their shape.
They feature convenient handles for lifting and at 13 inches in diameter, they are the perfect size to hold what you need and still fit on your bookshelf. Plus, if you want to get more, Target has bigger and smaller sizes too.