1. A bookcase disguised as custom built-in shoe shelves.
This is the relatively affordable ($79.99) Billy Bookcase from Ikea. While this won’t work so well in a tiny closet, it is an budget-friendly way to make a large closet more functional. Here’s more Billy closet inspiration.
6. Pool noodles covered in fabric that will keep your boots standing straight.
Okay, sure, you don’t HAVE to cover your pool noodles for them to be just as functional. But the fabric and ribbon makes them a little prettier. Get the how-to here.
15. Condiment trays from the dollar store make great drawer dividers.
Or you could use drawer dividers, but these make the drawers feel much less stuffed — which makes it easier to find what you need. You could also use shoe boxes. Learn how to fold clothes like this here.
18. Garbage bags and a vacuum can compress bulky items taking up valuable clothing storage space.
Learn how to make this work here.
19. Small tension rods and S-hooks can make it so you never forget to wear that one cool necklace ever again.
This tutorial actually uses this trick in the bathroom, but it would work just as well in the closet. And it’s not just for necklaces — you can hang hats, scarves, or whatever else you need to ~organize~.
21. And if you have shelf space, paper towel holders make good bracelet and belt organizers, and magazine file boxes can keep small leather goods in order.
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