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Share Your Closet Organization Ideas!

Are you battling a small space? Are you sharing a closet? Too much unused space?

We are looking for real organizers, like you, to tell us first hand how to tackle a closet.

Tell us:

  • How are you an expert at closet organization? Tell us about your closet.
  • What are some of the challenges you face while keeping your closet organized?
  • Any Rubbermaid products that helped you along the way?

Share with us and learn from others by posting a comment directly to this blog.

For tips on keeping your closet organized, visit the closet section of our Tips & Solutions area.

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6 Responses to Share Your Closet Organization Ideas!

  1. Mammie October 15, 2016 at 9:41 am #

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  3. Ilene Drexler of The Organizing Wiz May 13, 2008 at 6:02 pm #

    As a professional organizer in New York City, I face organizing challenging closets all the time. A few of my best tips:
    Store long vs. short hanging garments in separate areas to optimize storage space underneath the shorter garments.
    For large floppy purses that won’t stand up on a shelf, hang them using hooks flush against the wall (if you have available wall space on the closet sides or back).
    Use vertical shelf dividers to keep stacked piles of T shirts or sweaters from tilting to one side of the pile, or merging with the adjacent pile on a shelf.
    Happy Organizing!-

  4. Kathy Woods, Coastal Organizing & Staging Solutions May 13, 2008 at 10:57 am #

    Dressers and chests of drawers in the bedroom are becoming a thing of the past. People are adding closet organizers with shelves, shoe racks, and drawers to their existing closets. I have used Rubbermaid containers that were originally designed to wash dishes in for years. They house my underwear, socks and pantyhose, belts and scarves. I put them on my shelves in my closet and they keep all my items organized. I recommend them to all of my clients!

  5. Debbie Lynch, Rolling Meadows, IL May 13, 2008 at 10:53 am #

    I have a smaller than usual walk in closet as the other side of the wall is a walk-in pantry, which I refuse to give up. So as you walk in the closet there are clothes hanging on either side, however, we installed a third bar on the back wall up high. There is enough length to allow me to hang all my petite blazers and jackets and we have a 2 step stool so I just step up and grab my jackets. This has tripled my hanging space and took Tom all of 15 minutes to install.

  6. Anna May 13, 2008 at 10:17 am #

    By putting shoe and purse organizers on the floor of my closet and a shelf above the hanging bar, I have probably doubled the useful storage area. We all have a habit of just tossing things on the floor of our closets and then having to dig through piles of stuff later to find that one item. By adding the organizers, I can easily put away and find my accessories. Adding the shelf gave me great additional storage for sweaters, jeans, sweatshirts, those bulky items that seem to eat drawer space.

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