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  • Heather Chaney

    coat closet organization: Leave a foot of space between shelves and the door frame, and you'll have room for boots and a metal bucket for umbrellas. Long hooks keep handbags neat.

  • Ann Nelson

    entry closet: coat closet organization

  • Apartment Guide

    Keep your front closet organized with hooks on the door and baskets for clutter.

  • Liz Crawford

    Front hall closet organization. Such great ideas!

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