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Pesky Accessory Storage Solved

This guest post is written by Leigh Boone, a brand manager here at Rubbermaid. I hope you enjoy her organization tips!

Like most people I have a lot of accessories that don’t get used everyday, but I still want to access my hats and purses easily when I need them. My hats and purses have been living in a storage box under the bed for the past few years. Once I moved into my new apartment I really wanted to create a “dressing room” with all my clothes and accessories in one place. To do this I needed to create hanging space in the nooks and crannies of my closet. (To see my complete closet makeover, view this post!)

Behind the door into my walk in closet was unused space, so I added a mirror and purchased a coat rack to hang my hats and wristlet purses. I measured the space and then purchased a rack that had the most hanging hooks I could get to fit into the space. These coat rack drill very easily into the wall with two or three screws.

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I then used some extra hooks I had in my tool box to organize more purses along side the mirror.

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Finally I made a necklace hanger out of a dowel, small “L” hooks from the hardware store and a ribbon for all my necklaces to hang on. You could also use a key ring hanger if you don’t want to get crafty.

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Having all my clothing and accessories in my walk in closet definitely has made dressing in the morning a much quicker task!

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One Response to Pesky Accessory Storage Solved

  1. walk-in wardrobe September 24, 2010 at 6:50 pm #

    you got a nice selection of necklaces

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