How can I organize my hall closet to maximize space?

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I have hardly any storage room in my two bedroom home and would like to get more space from my foyer closet.

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  • Oliva Oliva on Aug 23, 2018

    We need to see a photo, with dimensions, and what you'd like to store there.

  • Dwp7470b Dwp7470b on Aug 23, 2018

    Organize, Organize, Organize. And Downsize too, Kat.

    Many ways to Create Space where you thought you did not have it, exist:


    Underbed Cabinets for Blankets, and Bedding: < $100 each

    Over Toilet Cabinets, for Toiletries: < $60

    No Legged Kitchen Table Island Cabinets: < $80 per No Leg.

    Modified Pull out Sofa without Bed: < $480

    Murphy Bed(s): < $780 each

    Shoe & Coats Storage in the Foyer: < $120 each

    Over the Door Cabinets: < $80 each

    Above Dresser Shelving and/or Cabinets: < $140 each

    Stuff Throw Pillows with Linens, and Curtains: < $5 each

    Coffee Table with Storage: < $140 each

    Crate Ottomann's with Storage: < $60 each

    Robotic Vaccuum eliminates a big vaccuum: < $160


    Select even 5 of these 12 options, and you will be shocked with how much extra room you have.

    Extra Space you can take with you is always smart for a growing family.


  • Oliva Oliva on Aug 30, 2018

    Blankets/comforters can always be placed in Space Saver bags that will significantly reduce the space they consume.


    Always think in terms of utilizing vertical space via shelving, stacking see through totes with locking lids, stacking books vertically as well as horizontally placing them on shelves.


    You'd be amazed at the space you can save with creative folding of sheets, pillowcases, T-shirts, jeans. Fold socks in half and stack vertically in drawers, front to back.


    Get rid of items you haven't used in some time, through sales or donations. Cut back on number of scarves, hats, gloves, cleaning supplies, paper products, etc. Alternating items top to bottom will also conserve space, in many instances.


    2 pairs of slacks/2 skirts can be placed on one heavier hanger. Sleeveless blouses can be placed atop sleeved blouses.

    Shoes and boots can be stacked on multi tiered racks to save space.

  • Homeroad Homeroad on Oct 14, 2021

    I love this idea and I'm seriously thinking of doing it to my own front closet! https://www.pinterest.com/pin/36380709479642339/