Small closet space or an over-abundance of clothing are the main reason for disaster area style closets. Both problems can be difficult to deal with, particularly if you have a small closet and a lot of clothes. Paring down your clothing items is always a good idea in these situations, but often even after you’ve gotten rid of everything you are willing to get rid of, your closet still lacks any real organization.
Labels, dividers, cascading hangers, PVC pipes, and more can all help you increase your closet space and create easily accessible places for everything so you aren’t continually going on a scavenger hunt every time you need a particular pair of shoes. Check out these great tips!
1. Picture Labels
Use pictures to artistically label drawers.
2. Daily Clothes
Create shelves for your kids’ (or your own) week’s outfits.
3. Colored Hangers
Color-code your clothing using colored hangers.
4. Hanger Tabs
Or organize with hanger tab labels.
5. Hanging Bag Racks
You can get a handle on your bags with a hanging bag rack.
6. Boot Hangers
Hang up your cleaned uggs and boots using pant hangers.
7. Paper Tags
Paper tags are a fashionable way to keep things labeled.
8. Sheet Storage
Tuck each sheet set into a pillow case to keep everything together.
9. PVC Shoe Storage
Use PVC pipe to store your shoes. To get rid of any shoe odor, sprinkle some cornstarch and baking into your sneakers. And the will smell new again.
10. PVC Bathroom Storage
Or to store your bathroom supplies.