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Each spring and fall, do CPR on your closet: Categorize, Purge, and Rearrange. Carefully consider each item. If it doesn't make you feel wonderful or look fabulous, it's a no. Put it in the "to donate" box, and put that box in your car. The Doors, Stress Less, Closet Doors, Closet Conqueror, Feeling Wonder, Closet Organizations, Care Consid, Organizations Idea, Organizations Closet
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Single-Door Closet Live large and make the most of this small space. In this closet, a simple self-assembled shelving unit provides loads of adjustable space for folded T-shirts, jeans, and sweaters, while also accommodating boxes and baskets filled with camisoles and undergarments.
Labels for Organization Label holders guide you easily through your morning routine. Affix these holders to shelf fronts to designate spots for specific clothing items, which make it easy to find what you're looking for. These labels also make putting away clean clothes a breeze.
Keep a donation hamper in your closet. Every two weeks select an item of clothing you haven't worn in the past six months and throw it in. When the hamper is full, take it to a local charitable organization.
Every closet should have one of these! A wooden pullout trouser rack. This rack holds 10 pairs of pants and the dowels lift out! How "neat" is that!? Found this on BHG.com..
I LOVE this closet organization! Ok, it's a little overkill . . . I think this woman has too many clothes. I do like the shoe wall idea and the 'purse/sunglasses' area with the drawers. Combine that with a few of the hanging bars and it would be FABULOUS for ME! :) ♥
Maximize Wardrobe Dresser - Use Every Square Inch If the ceiling is high, install shelves above the rods to store items you don't use every day, such as hats, gloves, and other off-season clothing. Walls and the backs of closet doors can support hooks, peg-board (to which you can secure any number of hooks), mirrors, and even bulletin boards for messages and mementos.