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 got to fix this! Now I’m talking about closets with actual doors obviously rather than bi-folds or sliders. However if you don’t have a closet with an actual door please know that these tips can apply to ANY door….front or back. Plus even with bi-fold doors you can always add a hook over the top for extra storage on front. I’ll show you an example below. But right now, take a walk around your home and check the backs of all your doors. Are there some that are lonely and in need of some loving? These are prime organizing spaces that shouldn’t be taken for granted people. Oh no!
So let’s take a tour of some possible ways we can cover those doors up and maximize your storage!
Closet Door Storage Space:
Bags and purses hung with Command hooks
Of course robes, coats, sweaters, etc
A jewelry organizer hung up takes advantage of vertical space (also hung with Command hooks)
These Gear Pocket Organizers work awesome to store hats and mitts
These clear pocket over the door organizers store office supplies, hair products, socks, underwear, scarves, belts, makeup whatever your little heart desires!
Angie wrote a guest post here not too long ago talking about these awesome wire over the door shelves she picked up at Target.
And if you are really short on space or can’t access the back of your closet door add an over the door hook onto the front of your closet like below.
Hopefully these closet door solutions give you some ideas to use in your own home depending on your needs. The possibilities are endless! Determine what you lack space for and then see if there is a way you could utilize your closet door space for storage.
Thanks everyone for hanging with me for this 31 days to organized closets series. It’s been a lot of work as I’m so not use to posting everyday but it’s also been fun and I’m really hoping it proves to be helpful to someone somewhere. Do you think you’ll be able to implement any of the solutions you’ve seen here over the past 31 days?
All of the posts in this 31 day series can be found by clicking on the graphic below. Thanks!