Category: Closets

Closet Door Storage Space ~ Day #31

Back of Door Collage

It has come to my attention that there are naked closet doors out there in the world.  Say what?  It’s a tragedy I tell you!  I have failed you and not done my job properly because no behind the door should be left bare and exposed when extra storage space is needed.  No way, we’ve […]

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Maintaining an Organized Closet ~ Day #30

Woman looking at clothes in a closet

We are almost to the end!  Now that we’ve made some progress on our closet organization this month, we really should touch on how we are going to keep it this way.  How do we keep are closet spaces from becoming a disorganized mess again?  Well the only way I know how to do this […]

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Organizing a Gift Closet ~ Day #29

organizing a gift closet

So one closet area we haven’t tackled yet in this 31 day series is the gift closet.  You know the area where you can tuck gifts away that you purchase throughout the year for birthdays and holidays?  I think it’s important to have a designated space for such things where everything can stay consolidated and […]

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Maximizing Space with a Closet Extender Rod ~ Day #28

Organize-Kids-Using-Closet-Rod-Extenders

Another great way to double closet space, in a very inexpensive way, is to add an extender rod to your closet.  We use one in our master closet on my husband’s side and it gives him a place to hang his pants.  It’s all about not letting any good space go to waste.  These are […]

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Organized Teenage Boy Closet ~ Day #27

Earlier this year I blogged about my reorganized son’s closet but I thought I’d share what we did again for this 31 day series on closets.  He has a pretty typical closet with some standard wire shelving that was in place when we moved in.  One of the problems with wire shelving though is that […]

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Concepts for Kids – 10 Tips for Organizing a Child’s Closet ~ Day #26

The following is a guest post from regular contributor, Rachel at Useful Beautiful Home. When I tackled my preschooler’s closet makeover, I did so with great research on the matter. My main goals were to help her develop independent skills in dressing, encourage clothing stewardship, and continue to cultivate general organizing concepts. To me, it’s […]

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