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7 Simple and Creative Closet Organization Hacks

June 17, 2022

If you’re like most people, your closet is a mess. Clothes are piled on each other and it’s hard to find anything. This can be frustrating, especially when you’re in a hurry. Luckily, the experts in everything homes at McArthur have some closet organization hacks that can help! This blog post will discuss some simple tips that will help keep your closet more organized. Follow these tips and you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for in no time!

Hang A Peg Board

If you’re really short on space, try hanging a peg board in your closet. You can use it to store jewelry, belts, ties and other small items. This is a great way to keep your closet organized and free up some space simultaneously!

Soda Tab Hangers

If you’re looking for a creative way to organize your closet, try using soda tab hangers. All you need is a can of soda and a pair of pliers. Just slip them around the hook of a hanger and it will allow you to drop a second hanger in the tab so you can hang more things in the same space.

Tab from a Can Used for Closet Organization Hack

Use Storage Bins

One of the easiest closet organization hacks is investing in storage bins. Storage bins come in all shapes and sizes, so you can find ones that fit your closet perfectly. They’re great for storing seasonal clothes, extra blankets or anything else you want to keep out of sight. Label each bin, so you know what’s inside, and stack them up high!

Hang Some Hooks

Another hack is to use hooks. Hooks are a great way to get organized because they allow you to hang things up instead of piling them on the floor. You can use hooks to hang scarves, belts or other items that tend to end up in a heap on the closet floor. Hang hooks at different heights so you can make the most of the space in your closet.

Get Rid of Clutter

One of the best closet organization hacks is to get rid of anything you don’t need. This may seem like a no-brainer, but many people hold on to clothes they never wear. If something doesn’t fit, or you haven’t worn it in over a year, get rid of it! You can donate, sell or even throw it away. The less clutter you have in your closet, the easier it will be to find what you’re looking for.

Clothes in a Closet To Get Rid of Closet Organization Hack

Get Your Purses on Shower Hooks

If you have a lot of purses, it can be tough to keep them organized. An excellent closet organization hack is to use shower hooks! Just hook them over the edge of your closet shelf or rod and hang your purses. This will keep them off the floor and easy to grab when you’re going out the door.

Use Wire Shelves Instead of a Rod

If you have wire shelves in your closet, use them to your advantage! You can store more things on wire shelves than on a traditional closet rod. This is because you can stack things vertically as well as horizontally. Wire shelves are also great for storing shoes and other items that might not fit on a hanger.

Organizing your closet doesn’t have to be complicated. With these simple hacks, you can get it done in no time! Give them a try and see how much easier it is to find what you’re looking for! And if you ever need more storage space, be sure to contact the experts at McArthur Homes. We’ll be happy to help you find the perfect home for your needs!

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This post was written by Paige Giles

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