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18 Beautifully Organized and Inspiring Closets

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 18 Beautifully Organized and Inspiring Closets…

1. Starting with Containers

Image Source: The Container Store
Image Source: The Container Store
They may not be the prettiest, but they will make your closet look great.

Spotted at The Container Store.

2. Keeping it Minimal

Image Source: Stylizimo
Image Source: Stylizimo

Try to cut your closet down to items you really need.

Spotted at Stylizimo.

3. Use Every Space

Image Source: Amazon
Image Source: Amazon

Add hooks to the closet doors for jewelry.

Spotted at Amazon.

4. Calm and Serene

Image Source: Pottery Barn
Image Source: Pottery Barn

Keep this in mind when organizing and redecorating.

Spotted at Pottery Barn.

5. Tackling your Shoes

Image Source: Ivory Lane
Image Source: Ivory Lane
Organize by style and then color.

Spotted at Ivory Lane.

6. Coordinating Hangers

Image Source: Design Love Fest
Image Source: Design Love Fest
This is a very simple way to keep your closet from looking chaotic and cluttered.

Spotted at Design Love Fest.

7. Everything in its Place

Image Source: Ikea
Image Source: Ikea

Bins work great for ensuring everything is in its place.

Spotted in an Ikea catalog.

8. Make Way for Shoes

Image Source: ShoeTease
Image Source: ShoeTease

Don’t forget to work up, like making a shoe rack practically to the ceiling.

Spotted at ShoeTease.

9. The Very Helpful Shelving Unit

Image Source: Landeelu
Image Source: Landeelu

This comes in handy if you’re not sure where to begin your organization process.

Spotted at Landeelu.

10. Out in the Open

Image Source: Urban Outfitters
Image Source: Urban Outfitters

Keeping your clothes down to a minimum is definitely key for making it look good.

Spotted at Urban Outfitters.

11. Baby’s First Closet

Image Source: The Tiny Canal Cottage
Image Source: The Tiny Canal Cottage

Start them off with an organized closet at an early age.

Spotted at The Tiny Canal Cottage.

12. Organizing by Outfit

Image Source: Just a Girl and Her Blog
Image Source: Just a Girl and Her Blog

You don’t have to exactly space out each outfit, but put coordinating pants close to coordinating tops and so on.

Spotted at Just a Girl and Her Blog.

13. Bags at the Top

Image Source: IHeart Organizing
Image Source: IHeart Organizing

Since these items are not used as frequently keep them at the top of your closet.

Spotted at IHeart Organizing.

14. Don’t Love the Plastic?

Image Source: Dear Lillie
Image Source: Dear Lillie

Use baskets to hold scarves and socks.

Spotted at Dear Lillie.

15. The Gent’s Dressing Room

Image Source: The Container Store
Image Source: The Container Store

Color code work shirts to make mornings go a whole lot smoother.

Spotted at The Container Store.

16. Suitcases for Storage

Image Source: A Beautiful Mess
Image Source: A Beautiful Mess

Fill suitcases with clothes and sweaters you are holding onto but don’t wear often.

Spotted at A Beautiful Mess.

17. Organizing by Type

Image Source: The Pottery Barn
Image Source: The Pottery Barn

Divide your closet into sections for pants, shorts, tanks, sweaters, etc.

Spotted at Pottery Barn.

18. Fold Where You Can

Image Source: My Love 2 Create
Image Source: My Love 2 Create

Sort out all the things that can be folded to conserve space.

Spotted at My Love 2 Create.

 

Article Posted 4 years Ago

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