Easy closet storage is here, with some L brackets and some nails. Attach and hang!
Sometimes it’s best to go vertical so save on extra space. (Rob & Courtney M.)
Don’t waste precious closet space on all your scarves and ties, hang them on one hanger.
This is so brilliant and easy to do. (aPieceofRainbow)
This industrial clothing rack is perfect for small spaces and it looks great, too.
Wrap them in fabric to make them look nice in your closet.
You’ll gain tons of extra closet room with this hack.
Who doesn’t need extra places to hang their clothes?
Put that wall space to good use with this clever idea.
Don’t let your boots slump over and your closet will look much more organized.
This is so clever, I can’t believe we never thought of this before.
With just a few planks of wood and a drill you can make the perfect shoe storage space.
Keep your things tucked away and out of the way with these adorable baskets.
Use pipe hangers to keep all the odds and ends organized.
Use bins to store your shoes in an organized fashion!
Add drawer sliders to a free wall, to double up your vertical storage options in an instant.
Attach cabinet knobs to the back wall of your closet, for genius shoe storage!
Say goodbye to bins or baskets filled with accessories! (Paulina @Happy Creative)
Keep the floor clean of clothes, with a small laundry basket stowed inside your closet.
Add a hanging shoe organizer or two to your clothing rack for bulky sweaters or jeans.
Make a rolling shoe drawer for those very deep closets, so you don’t end up with ½ a pair.
If your horizontal hanging bar is wasting wall space, use your closet depth for another option.
Consolidate similar clothing types onto one shelf or hanger, like this clever cami idea!
Use rods from a drying rack to keep everything visible.
If you end up with a lot of space above and below your rod, move it up & add a new one.
Repurpose valance holders into helpful scarf organizers!
For when the books and supplies to start piling up.
This is such a cute and easy way to keep everything organized!
Using this technique keeps the kids’ laundered clothes in the closet and off the floor.
Fill a shelf with your accessories and you’ll feel glamorous getting ready in the morning. (Katie Lloyd Madsfield)