Today I'm sharing how you can create a much more organized closet space just by removing clutter and using what you have.
You can see that I removed a lot of junk. Lots of hangers waiting to be filled with clothes I actually want to wear (hello hidden perks of reorganizing)!
I bought two canvas shelf organizers at Target. They were $7.99 each and really help corral the jeans and yoga/pj pants on the top shelf. I used three Command hooks for the hats to use up that open space on the back wall. Ok onto the other side of the closet.
I added a couple more Command hooks to the side of the shelving to hang a bag and hat. I replaced the striped basket o' bathing suits with two cheapo stackable plastic drawers from Target. But since I don't live in a dorm room, I didn't want them to look so much like cheap plastic. Fabric and a glue gun to the rescue. Check out the difference!
Tutorial on the fabric-covered drawers to come soon. So easy, but what a difference it makes!
I did a lot of shopping the house to save money on this project. I found this long basket and used a couple small chalkboard tins that I recently found in the dollar-spot at... you guessed it... Target! I used the tin buckets to hold jewelry. I already had my necklaces hanging on a belt-hanger so that was one task already crossed off the list.
So what do you think? One more time for the seats in the back...
If you missed days one and two, take a look here.
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