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  • Emily Rodenbaugh

    Baskets on back of closet door for scarves, accessories, etc NEVER THOUGHT OF THIS.. i have a plethora of wire baskets.

  • Emileigh Foots

    Baskets on back of closet door for scarves, accesories, etc. No more stray accessories flying out of the closet! #organization

  • Valerie Black

    baskets on back of closet door for scarves, accessories... Good idea!

  • Brooke Carter

    Baskets on back of closet door for scarves, accessories, etc. master closet

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