Oh to be ultra-organized all day every day! So many of us have decided to tidy things up around the house because we spend so much time there. And this means cleaning out closets, purging what we don't need, then putting everything back in the proper place. But old habits die hard, and sometimes everyone needs a little help with clothes storage. So, let's take a look at the closet organizer ideas ahead that will ensure your stuff stays streamlined for good.
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1. Don't forget the door.
If you're tight on space, get yourself some storage that either hangs over or can be installed on a door. This adjustable option from Target gives you all the flexibility you need for a pantry, bedroom, or beyond.
Get the look: ClosetMaid Over the Door Adjustable Wire Rack, $33.99
2. Divide and conquer.
Get the look: Dotted Line Metal Shelf Divider, $10.99
3. Rack it up.
Find a shoe rack you can slide into your closet. Something that's stackable will help you remain stress-free when it comes to keeping your heels, boots, and sneakers stored. This Yamazaki Home rack is even chic enough to leave out in the open.
Get the look: Yamazaki Home Wood and Steel Shoe Rack, $110
4. Work the system.
There are a plethora of closet organizer systems out there, ranging from custom to store-bought options. And we're partial to this easy to install unit from IKEA. It will fit into almost any closet and includes just about everything you need to create a more organized setup.
Get the look: IKEA Boaxel Shelving Unit, $138
5. Keep things clear.
From sweaters to purses, these clear cases from The Container Store will keep all of your stuff both organized and easy to find. The bins stack securely as well, giving you customizable options for your closet.
6. Hang it up.
Get the look: Granny Says Three-Shelf Hanging Organizer, $13.99
7. Bring on the drawers.
Get the look: ClosetMaid Drawer Kit with Four Wire Baskets, $72.77