Roundup: 10 Super Clever Closet Organizing Tips And Tricks

By: Faith-towers Mar 10, 2014

Boots stored with clothes hangers.

Every now and then I'll run across a closet organizing idea that's just genius - simple, smart and ridiculously obvious. I'm sure you've had these moments, right? I call them the "why didn't I think of that?" ideas. Well here they are, all in one place, for your organizational indulgence.   

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Genius closet organizing ideas.

1. Attach crown molding to the wall and hang your heels across, as Martha Stewart has done. [Photo: Martha Stewart

2. Have some spare shower curtain rings lying around? Clip them onto a hanger for a clever scarf hanging technique. [Photo: Laura Wittmann]

Clever hat and jewelry storage.

3. Hats can be tough to store... use metal binder clips and twine to re-create the idea shown above. Head over here for directions. [Photo: Monaluna]

4. An empty glass bottle is the perfect size for bracelets; stack them up and attach to a wooden crate like they've done here. [Photo: The Berry]

Genius closet organizing ideas.

5. Cut and bend a wire hanger into the shape above to store your flip flops. [Photo: Getting Some Fun Out of Life

6. My tank tops were always sliding off their hangers... but not after running across this easy idea! Simply wrap a rubber band around each side for a no-slip solution. [Photo: The Chic Site]

Slide out jewelry storage and a scarf hanging idea.

7. This sliding jewelry storage idea might take some time to make, but it would be worth it! [Photo: Roomzaar]

8. Here's another fun way to hang up your scarves. [Photo: Mexicali Blues Blog]

Double hanger idea and hanging boots.

9. Don't throw out those pull tabs from your soda cans... use them to make double hangers! [Photo: Idea Bottle]

10. Boots tend to take up a lot of floor space in the closet - so why not get them off the ground? Hang them up using clip hangers to free up some real estate at the bottom of your closet. [Photo: Pretty Please]

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Number 5: In addition to crediting the photo, it would be nice to credit the tutorial originator, Jen Yates, from Epbot and Cake Wrecks.. The blogger you linked to provided a handy link you can use!

Good point Les! Perhaps try padding the clips with cardboard to avoid leaving marks....

Beware #10! Doing that can seriously ruin your boots, especially if they are synthetic -- you will get scratches and cracks!

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