Her Storage Strategy
A Closet for Her
The woman’s version of the closet is personalized to hold specific types of clothing and accessories with this customizable java wood closet kit that includes a tower, top shelves, three expandable rods, shoe cubbies, and a drawer. Stow out-of-season accessories in baskets on the high shelves. Use the single-rod side for dresses and long skirts, and turn the center tower shelf into a mini vanity.
Spray-paint rattan baskets, write on a painted washer to label items, and add a pretty ribbon to bring charm and color to your closet.
Have purses at the ready by hanging them on a closet rod using inexpensive shower or curtain rings. This solution also helps keep bags in top-drawer condition.
This DIY closet door organizer puts small items like clutches and scarves front and center, where they can easily be found and used.
A hand-towel tree is the perfect hang-up for jewelry, keeping it tangle-free, looking pretty, and easy to coordinate when getting dressed.
The closet’s built-in shoe cubbies give each pair its own special space, so shoes stay scuff-free, clean, and ready to roll.
His Storage Strategy
This guy's closet needs a place for everything. We customized a basic system with a tower, top shelves, three expandable rods, additional shelves and drawers to stow T-shirts and socks. Maximize shirt and pants storage with two tiers of rods. Install extra shelves to stack sweaters and jeans. A mid-level shelf holds shoes.
Hang It Up
Get instant hanging help using Command hooks. They’re perfect for belts and can be removed if you ever change your mind.
This DIY on-the-door organizer requires just two sizes of boards and a couple of dowels to make. It’s just right for ties, accessories, and small items that tend to get lost.
Tie One On
A hand-towel rack moves from the bathroom to the bedroom to hold bow ties on the tower shelf.
Closets for Beyond the Bedroom
The closet tower can store a sewing machine or iron. Shoe cubbies house yarn, keeping it tangle-free. Pullout baskets make paper, paint, and boxes easy to locate. Fabric can be hung from a rod, keeping it wrinkle-free and in view. There’s plenty of floor space for other items. Options include bins to hold magazines, supplies, and spools of ribbon.
Stop clutter where it enters with an organizer by the front door. The single closet tower drawer leaves space underneath for vacuums and small items. Cubbies above the drawer give each family member a slot. Hang lightweight items from wall hooks. Hang coats on the rods, and toss hats, gloves, and scarves in a designated bin or on a shelf.
Store what you need for indoor and outdoor activities: books, magazines, and board games on shelves, with bins below for boots and balls. The center space holds picnic supplies, small coolers, and outdoor blankets. In the open side of the system, stash larger items like golf clubs and lawn chairs. Individually marked bins and baskets capture seasonal fun items.