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💗 Closet Organization Ideas for a Functional and Uncluttered Space 💗 Home Decor Ideas

💗 Closet Organization Ideas for a Functional and Uncluttered Space 💗 Home Decor Ideas


A tidy, well-kept closet is the best: Not
only do mornings run more smoothly, but all of a sudden your outfit options seem limitless. If you want to give your wardrobe the respect
it deserves, try some of these 12 Closet Organization Ideas You’ll Want to Steal Immediately to
make the most of your space. 1. Use Wasted Wall Space Instead of hanging your robust scarf collection
on hangers and taking up valuable rod space, attach a towel bar to your wall to create
a personalized display for your collection on unused wall space. 2. Put Shoes on the Door The best thing about high heels is that they’re
basically designed for this genius storage hack: Hang rails on the inside of your door
to squeeze extra storage out of your closet. 3. Hang Your Rod Higher It might look silly, but when you boost the
bar higher, you can fit more below your clothes (genius). Then, you can squeeze a dresser or shoe rack
underneath your hung-up garments. 4. Keep Your Top Shelf in Shape You’re about to fall in love with shelf dividers. These nifty organizers have the ability to
keep different items separate, while also preventing piles from toppling over — so
you can stack sweaters way higher. 5. Gain Space With Shelf Brackets Instead of using these tools to hold up a
shelf, flip them over and use the rails to add even more hanger space in your closet. Here, pants are organized by category (jeans,
shorts and patterns). 6. Get Creative with Bulky Clothes Even though shoe organizers are handy for
your sneakers, they can also be used for bulky items like sweaters that you don’t want to
accidentally stretch out on a hanger (bye, saggy shoulders). 7. Hang Purses on Hooks Forget the bathroom: It turns out shower hooks
are perfect for hanging purses in your closet on the hanger rod. Even better? This method will ensure handles don’t get
misshaped. 8. Purge With a Purpose Before you start cleaning your closet, decide
who will get the castoffs, recommends organizing expert Julie Morgenstern. Knowing that your clothes are going to a favorite
charity, a homeless shelter or the local do-gooder thrift shop is a goal that you can feel good
about. 9. Grill Yourself Over Each Item Morgenstern says to ask yourself these questions:
Do I love it? Is it flattering? Is it the image I want to project? If it’s a “yes” to all three, then it’s a
keeper. Still not sure? Ask yourself: Which is more valuable? The item or the cleared space? 10. Splurge on Matching Hangers Your clothes deserve the best treatment off
and on your body. When you stock up on wooden or padded hangers
your clothes will be able to shine, since their backdrop all looks the same. 11. Stagger Your Shoes You can fit more on your closet shelves if
you store shoes with the right and left ones facing opposite directions — genius! To do this, face one shoe toe to the front
and the other heel to the front. 12. Style Up Your Space Adding a mirror, a piece of art, fun colors
or hanging wallpaper are all wonderful ways to add delight to your closet. Morgenstern says to stay away from dried flowers,
books and stuffed animals, which all collect dust that will make your clothes feel less
fresh. That’s all for now. Don’t forget to like, subscribe and give your
comment if you like this video. Thanks for watching and see you in the next
video.

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