Get a head start on spring cleaning by organizing your closet. Simple changes like using matching hangers can do wonders. Once I started organizing my closet by outfits, I no longer found myself stressing about not having anything to wear. Be inspired to get in there and start cleaning with these 25 Beautifully Organized and Inspiring Closets…
Starting with Containers 1 of 25They may not be the prettiest, but they will make your closet look great.
Spotted at The Container Store.
Keeping it Minimal 2 of 25Try to cut your closet down to items you really need.
Check it out at Tumblr.
Use Every Space 3 of 25Add hooks to the closet doors for jewelry.
Spotted at Imperfectly Polished.
Calm and Serene 4 of 25Keep this in mind when organizing and redecorating.
Find out more at Fall Design.
Tackling Your Shoes 5 of 25Organize by style and then color.
Check it out at Sweet Louise.
Coordinating Hangers 6 of 25This is a very simple way to keep your closet from looking chaotic and cluttered.
Find out more at Design Love Fest.
Everything in its Place 7 of 25Labels work great for ensuring everything is in its place.
Check it out at Houzz.
Making it Part of the Home 8 of 25If you live in a small space, incorporate your closet into the decor.
Spotted at Blogspot.
Organizing by the Seasons 9 of 25When summer rolls around, it's a good idea to go through your clothes and sort out what you won't be wearing in the heat.
Find out more at Architectural Digest.
Make Way for Shoes 10 of 25Don't forget to work up, like making a shoe rack practically to the ceiling.
Find out more at Frog Hill Designs.
Organizing By Prints 11 of 25It may work better for you than color coordinating.
Find out more at The Glitter Guide.
Making it Your Own 12 of 25Treat your closet as any space in your home, make it your own by painting and decorating.
Check it out at Centsational Girl.
The Very Helpful Shelving Unit 13 of 25This comes in handy if you're not sure where to begin your organization process.
Spotted at We Heart It.
Out in the Open 14 of 25Keeping your clothes down to a minimum is definitely key for making it look good.
Check it out at Desire to Inspire.
Baby’s First Closet 15 of 25Start them off with an organized closet at an early age.
Spotted at Shop for Mum and Bub.
Organizing by Outfit 16 of 25You don't have to exactly space out each outfit, but put coordinating pants close to coordinating tops and so on.
Find out more at Martha Stewart.
Bags at the Top 17 of 25Since these items are not used as frequently keep them at the top of your closet.
Find out more at Houzz.
Don’t Love the Plastic? 18 of 25Use baskets to hold scarves, or vintage suitcases for socks.
Check it out at Throw Glitter in the Air.
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall 19 of 25Or put one on the back of your closet door.
Check it out at The Selby.
The Gents Dressing Room 20 of 25Color code work shirts to make mornings go a whole lot smoother.
Spotted at G the Gent.
Suitcases for Storage 21 of 25Fill suitcases with clothes and sweaters you are holding onto but don't wear often.
Find out more at A Beautiful Mess.
Everything You’d Need 22 of 25Use any extra space to store other things like books and cologne.
Find out more at The Black Workshop.
Organizing By Type 23 of 25Divide your closet into sections for pants, shorts, tanks, sweaters, etc.
Find out more at Tailored Living.
Two Story Closet 24 of 25Amazing or overwhelming?
Spotted at Houzz.
Fold Where You Can 25 of 25Sort out all the things that can be folded to conserve space.
Find out more at HGTV.
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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), and follow up fill-in journal My Prudent Advice, and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.
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