Are your closets naked? Fix that with one of these inexpensive closet organizers!
Is your home tight on space? One very practical solution that can literally double your closet storage space is to simply add a closet organizer to them. However all those Pinterest images floating around of custom made closet organizers can leave us shaking in our flip flops at what the cost might be.
I had a company contact me once wanting to install a high end closet system in my bedroom closet in exchange for a review. I asked them what something like that would cost and was told somewhere between $5000.00 and $7000.00. Um what? That’s much too extravagant for my taste. There was no way I was going to accept product for review for something that I would never go out and purchase myself. So I declined and am not sorry I did. My inexpensive closet organizing system is working out just fine thank you.
Closet organizers of that caliber, while beautiful and drool worthy in all the magazines, just aren’t affordable for most. Today I’ve got 6 options to share with you that range from $50.00 up to $180.00 and are from a variety of stores. They will help you maximize your closet space without costing you a fortune to do so.
These are just a few of the options out there. Once you start looking around you’ll notice that there really are a number of inexpensive options available to you and that means your poor closets don’t have to be naked anymore! :)
Please know that I am not affiliated with any of these companies or products.
Martha Stewart Living Deluxe Starter Closet Kit:
The Martha Stewart Living 4 FT to 8FT Deluxe Starter Closet kit combines three 24″ shelves and 5 hanging bars to provide a variety of storage options. Constructed of 95% wood, this kit features a durable, scratch-resistant melamine surface that ensures long-lasting beauty. The assembled closet organizer supports up to 1200 lbs., helping you store a large number of household and personal objects.
For Living Closet System Kit:
Customizable system that fits into any size closet. Can be moved from room to room without damaging or leaving marks on closet walls. No tools assembly. Consists of three vertical poles, two horizontal rods, and two expandable shelves. This video shows how it works. Pretty cool!
Classic Configurations Closet Kit:
Make the most of the space in your closet with the adjustable and customizable Classic Configurations Kit. This kit works in closets 3-6 feet wide and was designed for easy installation with no cutting. Telescoping rods and expanding shelves let you organize your closet anyway that works for you. It can give you up to 12 feet of shelving space and 12 feet of hanging space. Need more storage? Simply add some accessories to your kit.
Black & Decker Deluxe Closet Organizer:
- Fits spaces 62″ to 100″ wide
- 4 Shelves, 2 drawers and 3 expandable rods
- Adjustable European hinges and metal handles
- Maple laminate finish
FlexHOME Closet Organizer:
This type is the one I’ve used most often in my home.
- 16″ W x 14 3/4″ D x 84 1/2″ H
- Fits any closet 4 to 9 feet wide
- 6 Shelves, 3 expandable garment rods
- White laminate finish
Neatfreak [ClosetMAX] System:
I’ve also used this system and because it doesn’t attach to anything but the bar you can easily move it from closet to closet if you need to.
Maximize your closet space with the [closetMAX]™ system. Modular connectivity lets you mix and maximize each piece and lock it in place with the expandable MAXbar™ for additional storage space. Each [closetMAX]™ hanging component is equipped with weight bearing nylon strapping and durable grommets. Large solid compartments. Simple and fast installation. No tools required.
So what do you say? Anyone up for installing a closet organizer this weekend?