Most people find that after getting rid of clutter, keeping closets organized is an ongoing challenge. Your goal is to be able to see items and be able to reach the things you use on a daily or weekly basis. Make that a reality by implementing the following home organizing tips.

Entryway Closets

Narrow Shelving - This type of shelving is great for hats, gloves and scarves on doors or walls for easy access.

Plastic Drawers and Containers - These are perfect for storing each family member's assortment of gloves, mittens, and hats. Larger containers work well on higher shelves for storing supplies of any kind.

Hallway cabinet - This may be a solution to a crowded hall closet and can be used to store temporarily those items that are going out the door, such as, clothing to be altered or to the cleaners, items going to the repair shop, or packages and letters to be mailed.

Clothes Closets

Wire Shoe Racks - One of the best ways to keep your shoes neat and orderly is to purchase wire shoe racks. They attach to the wall and have a brace to keep them at a slant. If you don't have wall space to spare, shoe bags that hang on the back of the door or a shoe rack that sits on the floor or a closet shelf also work well. Seasonal or very dressy shoes that you seldom wear can be stored in their original boxes in the back of the closet or in a store room.

Shelf Dividers - These are excellent for keeping stacks of sweaters or purses in place. One available source is the Lillian Vernon catalog and website.

Add A Shelf - Do you need another shelf in a small walk-in closet? A home organizing tip to use today is to put a shelf inside the closet above the door for items that you seldom use.

Linen Closets

Plastic bins - These are always ideal for items, such as, sewing supplies, medications, bath products and hair accessories. Choose bins with drawers or a lid depending on your needs.

Add A Shelf - Purchase several wire shelves to use in your closets. They work especially well in the linen closet to provide more space for storing towels, washcloths and hand towels.

Battery-operated light - One of the greatest objects to simply attach to the wall in any closet in your home is a battery-operated light! Buy one for each of your unlit closets!


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