Improve the efficiency of a utility closet by adding shallow compartments to the back of the door. With all of your cleaning supplies conveniently located in one place Hall Closets, Ideas, The Doors, Closets Doors, Closets Organic, Utility Closets, Cleaning Closets, Cleaning Supplies, Laundry Room
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Finding a place to stow cleaning supplies can be challenging, especially if storage space is limited. Here, a narrow closet nook corrals essential supplies near the kitchen. Small bins organize bottles and brushes, and a door-mounted holder secures taller tools.
Steamline the appearance of a clothing closet while improving storage capacity and functionality by trading in mismatched hangers for a matched set. Then take a tip from the organization pros and tie a ribbon around each hanger. When you pull out a garment to wear, remove the ribbon. After six months, donate any clothes still on hangers with ribbons.
SO HAPPY TO SAY THAT I DID THIS 4 YEARS AGO :) Hidden behind the hanging clothes on the back wall of your closet, this coat-hook rack doubles as a smart belt and scarf hanger in what was untapped closet storage space
Open Storage - love the idea of removing the linen closet door! Removing bulky linen closet doors helped open up the small bathroom and keep items accessible. Corralling like items ? wash cloths, cosmetics, etc. -- in baskets prevents the open storage from looking cluttered
Improve the efficiency of a utility closet by adding shallow compartments to the back of the door. With all of your cleaning supplies conveniently located in one place, everyday and emergency cleanups are quick affairs. Attach hooks to the back of the closet to support rags and a dustpan. And organize those plastic bags once and for all with a bag dispenser installed inside the cabinet.
Do you have a utility closet at home? Improve its efficiency by adding shallow compartments to the back of the door.