9 Closet Organization Hacks That Are Brilliantly Easy
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When choosing furniture for the home, you want to make sure that you get the most bang for your buck, but also the most room for your space. Closets & wardrobes are all about storage first and foremost, so here we’re going to look at how you make the most efficient use of the storage space provided with these hacks.
In rod we trust
Need a little more vertical storage space? Install extra rods in the closet to give you more options for hanging your clothes. Arrange rods at different horizontal levels so clothes aren’t draping all over one another.
Put your shoes somewhere else
When clearing up space in the closet, you need to decide what does and doesn’t belong. If you have loads of shoes or accessories, you don’t want them cluttering up the space. Instead, consider getting a separate shoe storage cabinet to free up that closet.
You got it pegged
If you have a closet door that swings open rather than slides, install pegboard on the interior. These offer plenty of places to hang smaller garments and accessories from without taking internal rail or shelf space.
Be a basket-case
Also for swinging doors, hooking wire baskets to the interior might not offer as much storage as a pegboard, but it can be a more flexible solution for items that might not fit on the former, such as jewellery and folded shirts.
Consider outside space as well
If you don’t have the largest room, you want storage furniture that offers plenty of room but without taking up too much space. To that end, sliding door wardrobes retain a small profile no matter how big you go with them.
You’ll be hooked
If you have plenty of scarves, gloves, and hats, you can use hanger to hang all of them. Just attach shower hooks to the hanger and slip your smaller items onto them.
Let clothes hang out together
Similarly, S-hooks can be used to hang multiple clothes from one spot. Chain S-hooks together from one spot on the rail and hang multiple hangs from the individual hooks. You can get the maximum use out of your vertical space this way.
Recycle your solution
Using soft drink can tabs is cheap, effective, and even counts as recycling. You can attach them to hangers and attach another hanger to the tab, allowing you hang two items for every one designated hanger spot.Really ties it together
If you have a huge tie collection, install a tie hanger in the back of the closet and keep them out of the way. These consist of a vertical beam with little wooden spokes jutting out on each side. Ties take up very little space and this can be built against the back wall of a closet, meaning ties won’t interfere with the rest of the storage.
The right choice of furniture and a little ingenuity can go a long way in providing extra storage space. Hopefully, the tips above help you get a little more out of your selection.