Closet Organizers

Finding sufficient closet space in a home is a universal challenge, regardless of square footage. Odds are, the more space you have, the more stuff you've got and so no matter how you stack it, closets are overstuffed, disorganized, and in need of help. Where space lacks, chaos ensues. Not to fret: no major overhaul is needed, just a few simple spaceorganizer'>organizers. Try one below and next time, enjoy that morning cup of coffee.

AllOne Systems

'''What you need to know:''' * The mother of organization systems, these all$2,000 depending on size, brand, and materials. * A great investment for anyone who lacks the patience to shop around for bits and pieces. It's one-stop shopping. '''Items you might need for installation:''' * Hammer * Drill * Tape measure * Step stool

Hanging Organizers

'''What you need to know:''' * Typically readyuse as is, a hanging organizer is great for shoes, shirts, sweaters, handbags , or hats. * Stackable hangers, that is those that hook onto one another at the neck, create horizontal space. * Two pairs of shoes can share a shoe cubby. Try putting one pair in a shoe bag so that they don't scuff one another. * Consider designating each cubby to a specific item. All tee-shirts in one, sweaters in the next, skirts in the next and so on. * Most hanging organizers can be purchased separately (shoes, clothing, hats), yet often times they are sold in complete sets as well. '''Consider this:''' * Toss your wire hangers. They will create awkward pulls in the shoulder area of shirts and sweaters. * Purchase garment bags to keep items fresh. *Stackables '''What you need to know:''' * Bins are sold for just about anything you would store in your closet: shoes, hats, clothes, boots, bags and more. * If you have the space and plan to stack them, be sure to purchase structured bins that can support weight (preferably plastic or wood). * Do not store photographs in just any old box. It is recommended that you store them in an Plastic containers with lids are best for anything stored over a couple of months. However, you don't want your lids to be airtight; you want air to circulate as to avoid the growth of mold and mildew. You can always drill a few tiny holes into your plastic lids to encourage air circulation. * When piling folded clothes, make sure to place the heaviest pieces on the bottom.

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