10 Useful Tools to Organize Your Closet

10 Useful Tools to Organize Your Closet

The closet is one of the most cluttered areas of the home. With all the clothes, shoes, hang bags, and scarves you need to fit in there. It’s best to get your closet organized and keep it that way.

An organized closet will help to make your mornings easier and putting away laundry quicker.

Use these tools and tips to change this small cluttered space into an organized oasis so that everything is easy to find.

Over the Door Hooks

Use these to hang coats or jackets that you wear often for easy access. You can also hang bags, purses, or hats on these racks to take advantage of door space.

Suit Hangers

Investing in quality suit hangers like these not only provide better support for your nicest suits, but can also be space saving. Use them as a 2-in-1 to hang both the pant and jacket pieces.

Matching Hanger Set

Investing in a whole set of matching hangers to use will actually save you space, since sets are made to fit together more effectively. This one is thin and nonslip, perfect for hanging wider necked items or cardigans.

Scarf Hanger

This useful invention allows you to efficiently hang scarves and belts by taking up as little space as possible.

Over the Door Shoe Organizer

Over the door shoe organizers are extremely versatile and efficient. Take advantage of unused door space - you can even use these for jewelry, scarves, belts, or other accessories.

Hanging Closet Organizer

While you may think that these organizers are meant for shoes, you can actually store just about anything in them. You can put clothes in them or buy drawers outfitted for the cubbies for socks, bathing suits, or other miscellaneous items.

Multi-Level Shoe Rack

These shoe racks provide more storage while occupying less floor space. This one allows you to store nine pairs of shoes in the space of three!

Adjustable Closet Rod Expander

Hanging all of your shorter garments, such as blouses or skirts, together gives you the opportunity to utilize the empty space you create. This rod from The Container Store is easy to install and can double your hanging space!

Top Shelf Bins

Use labeled storage bins and organizers to keep the top shelf of your closet tidy. This one also has a lid to prevent dust and moths from reaching your clothes.

Hanging Shoe File

Have extra shoes, but little floor or wall space? Use this nifty hanging shoe file to store up to 18 pairs of shoes while taking up minimal hanging space.

Now that you’ve organized your closet, leave the rest of your house up to us! Contact The Cleaning Authority today for a free online estimate.

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