BEAUTIFULLY ORGANIZED: 10 Perfect Closets

 

I admit: I suffer from closet envy. No matter how hard I try to organize mine, it’s never as pretty as the ones in magazines. And even though I’m getting more closet space now than I used to a few years ago, it’s still absolutely full. So I’m thinking a big makeover is in order: get rid of everything I don’t need, and organize the rest in a beautiful, Pinterest-worthy kind of way. Here are 10 ideas that inspire me:

10 Perfect Closets:

Branch closet

Branch closet

Hang your favorite pieces on a driftwood branch that helps expand your closet beautifully.

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Use every square inch

Use every square inch

A former storage room can become the closet of your dreams, with room for your whole wardrobe and so perfectly organized.

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Minimal walk-in closet

Minimal walk-in closet

If you're lucky enough to own a walk-in closet, keep the decorations minimal. This way, you can focus on the clothes.

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No doors

No doors

If your space is really small, closet doors can make it look even smaller. Keep everything in plain sight for a cool, showroom look.

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DIY garment rack

DIY garment rack

These industrial-style garment racks couldn't be trendier. And you don't need much stuff to make your own.

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A place for everything

A place for everything

With over 16 drawers for small stuff, a wall shelf dedicated exclusively to shoes, and lots of hanging space, this closet is just dreamy.

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Arrange by color

Arrange by color

If you have a lot of clothes, it may be difficult to find what you need, when you need it. Arrange items by type and color to make your life easier.

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Shoe rack

Shoe rack

Instead of spreading your shoes all over the floor, make use of the extra space on the door. Kitchen towel rods can successfully be tuned into shoe racks.

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Baby closet

Baby closet

At least kids' clothes are small! This way, you can use the closet to also store their books and toys.

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Smart storage

Smart storage

A smart closet has a bar for hanging clothes, shelves for folded items, but also drawers for intimates and baskets for small stuff.

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Daria

I'm a blogger with a soft spot for fashion, cats and DIY. My blog, Kittenhood, features all of those things, in probably every available combination.


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