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We’ll be the first to admit that most of our organization kicks take place at the start of the new year—after all, decluttering is the perfect New Year’s resolution. But organizing should be more than a once a year endeavor. In fact, decluttering everything from your makeup vanity to your kitchen cabinets is a form of self-care that can leave you feeling refreshed and balanced—seriously! And, with the seasons constantly changing and new wardrobe pieces being added all the time, it’s pretty easy for your closet to turn to shambles. In need of tidying up? Keep reading for five closet organizer ideas that will upgrade your organization game. Bonus: From large and lavish to small walk-in closet organization, these tips are relevant no matter what size your space is.
You know how the perfect accessories can pull together your outfit? Well, the perfect hangers can do the same for your closet. While you may have stocked up on wooden or plastic hangers, consider switching to the space-saving variety (which usually come in a chic velvet finish). These slim, trendy hangers will allow you to hang more of your favorite pieces—even if you aren’t working with a large space. Cascading hangers and cascading hooks should also be your BFF. These space-savers allow you to hook your hangers on themselves, creating a cascading effect and making it so you can store more clothes without taking up additional space in your small closet.
Editor's tip: Prefer DIY closet organization ideas? Lucky for you, there's a do-it-yourself cascading hanger option. Collect a few soda or seltzer cans and pop off the pop-tops—the little metal pieces you pull to open the cans. Slip one over the hook of a hanger and you have a new spot to hang something on, simply hook a hanger through the opening of the pop-top for compact hanging storage.
There are few things more satisfying than a perfectly color-coded closet, making this one of our favorite closet organization ideas. Not only will this make your space more aesthetically pleasing, it’ll also make it easier for you to sort through potential pieces that match your outfit! Start with neutrals and work your way through the rainbow of colors in your wardrobe.
Not all of your clothes have to be placed on a hanger! To make use of every inch of closet space, turn to bins and baskets. Items like jeans, T-shirts, and workout clothes can easily be folded and placed inside a cute wicker basket or stackable plastic bins without the fear of dreaded wrinkles. Save your dresses, blouses, and dress pants for hanging! Depending on how big your closet is, you can also incorporate a cube shelf to put shoes and clothing items on display without having to use up your hangers. Have fun with it and pick the storage methods that best match your personal aesthetic.
Speaking of storage, there’s no need to have out of season clothing items taking up space in your closet (especially if you only have a small amount of space). This means you’ll have to be realistic about what you’ll wear during fall, winter, spring, and summer. During the warmer seasons, put sweaters and sweatshirts into storage (whether that’s stowing them at your parent’s house or stashing them away in bins under your bed). During the colder months, say see you later to shorts, tank tops, and bathing suits! Not only will this help save space, it’ll make picking out an outfit for that first date or girls’ night out a little less overwhelming.
Your closet doesn’t have to be just for your clothes—it can store accessories and jewelry as well! Invest in an over-the-door jewelry organizer to put your favorite pieces on display and allow you easy access for when you’re picking out the finishing touches for your getup. For an easy DIY alternative, hammer a few thin nails into a designated wall or door and hang your jewels up there!
Don’t stop at your closet—keep the momentum going and organize some more. Here’s How to Organize Your Perfume Collection.
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