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22 Clever Ways To Actually Organize Your Tiny Apartment

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22 Clever Ways To Actually Organize Your Tiny Apartment

Phenomenal organizing powers. Itty bitty living space.

1. Make the most of every inch of space by using over-the-door organizers for everything from shoes to cleaning supplies.

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2. Put the inside of your cabinet doors to work, too, storing pot lids or hiding your trash can.

3. Hang multiple shower caddies on removable adhesive hooks.
Great if you have multiple people using one shower.

4. S-hooks also work as an extra towel rack when you don’t have one.

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5. Install a set of corner shelves to transform a small nook into extra storage space.

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6. Or put the wasted space above your doors to use and install shelves there.

7. Mount a pegboard on a blank wall to exponentially expand your kitchen storage.

8. Slip a rolling storage pantry in the extra space next to your fridge.

9. Or if your fridge isn’t up against the wall, turn the free side into storage.

10. Save counter space with a roll-up drying rack that sits over your sink.

11. Squeeze more counter space and storage into your kitchen with a chef’s cart.

12. Double up your space wherever you store cups.

13. Similarly, keep all of your small things in check with a set of jars that magnetically attach to a cabinet shelf.

14. Fold your shirts and store them vertically in your drawers.

15. Add lightweight cabinets to create storage space out of literally nothing but wall.

16. Or use a slim wooden ladder, s-hooks, and baskets to squeeze storage out of an awkward corner.

17. If you’re handy, build your own slide-out scarf and belt organizer in your closet.

18. Save floorspace by hanging shoes on a peg coat rack.

19. Triple your closet space by hanging multiple shirts on a length of chain.

20. Disguise a toy chest (or your shoe storage) as a coffee table.

21. Stash seasonal clothes and extra linens in rolling bins that slide under your bed.

22. Or if you’re planning to buy a new bed, consider one that features easy storage underneath.

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How to Organize a Closet by Dina Newman

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The first step is make sure that you have the right supplies on hand before you begin. You will need: Sturdy bags for donations or for those items that need to go to the dry cleaner; a full-Length Mirror so that you can try things on in the process to help you decide between “toss” and “keep, and a Basket for loose change, papers, rubber bands, hair clips, and other things that you might find in the process. You don’t want to have to stop to put away these small items so just put them aside for now into your catchall basket.
The next step is to empty the closet completely. Yes, completely. Everything out!’ It is best to have a clear, clean space to plan and visualize how you’re going to re-organize your closet.
Once you’ve done that you may want to get some supplies to help you organize. Consider investing in over-the door organizers, stackable shoe bins, drawer dividers and under-the-bed bins. You can store some of the rarely worn or used items that were in your closet under your bed and free up some valuable space. Supplies to have when organizing:

Next, you need to decide what to keep and what to toss or donate. To help you decide, ask yourself these three questions: Do you love it?; Do you wear it? ; Does it fit? If the answer is YES to all 3, then you can place those items into the pile of things to keep.
If it doesn’t fit, put it directly into the donation pile along with other items that you no longer like or want. More importantly, if you have haven’t worn something for more than 6 months, it is probably time to toss it, sell it or donate it.
The next step is to sort through everything and group like items together. For example, put all jackets together, all socks together, dresses with dresses, etc.
Now you’re ready to put everything back . The important thing to remember is that you should put things back in a way that makes sense to you, utilizes all of your available space and is easy to maintain. For example, you might want to reserve the front and middle of your closet for clothes you wear most often, making sure your work clothes are easily accessible. Lesser-worn items like formal dresses may be put towards the back of your closet, out-of-season clothes towards the back or on the upper shelves.
The best advice I can offer is to maintain your closet organization a little each day. Hang up your clothes when you take them off and put dirty clothes directly into the hamper.

Finally, if you buy something new, think about giving something else up for donation. The Rule of Thumb is, for each item that goes in, one item should come out.
I recommend completely re-organizing your closet once a year or, you can break it into smaller pieces by organizing seasonally. If you choose to reorganize once a year, choose a date that you’ll remember and make a habit of sticking to it the same time each year. If you choose to do it by season, well, the first day of each season should make things easy to remember!

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Housekeeping Tips : How to Organize Your Closet by Color Coding

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There are different ways to organize closets by color coding, including using colored hangers or arranging the clothes that are the same color together. Make it easier to find certain clothing items in a closet with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video on closet organization and housekeeping tips.

Expert: Rachel Yatuzis
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Bio: Rachel Yatuzis is a professional house cleaner in Nashville, Tenn., specializing in using everyday household items for cleaning purposes.
Filmmaker: Tim Brown

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How To Organize Your Home Part 1: Organizing The Entryway

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How To Organize Your Home Part 1: The Entryway

Join us for a tour of our home’s entry area as we share how it is organized and why I organized it this way. This organization system is very easy for even the young children to use and is a lot less frustrating than other kinds of closet or entryway organizing because it’s a nice looking system that the kids will actually use.

It is functional, with a designated place for each person’s items and I was also able to decorate it in a way that is cozy and feels good.

Each family member has a designated set of decorative hooks to hang coats, scarves, mittens, purses and backpacks, there is a designated spot for each person’s shoes and even a basket for items that are waiting to be returned to the store or delivered to someone.

Join us for this brief tour and then share your great organizing ideas in the comments below!

Here are some of the main points in this video:

0:57 When we moved into this house, we had this little tiny closet for 6 people to store shoes, coats and everything. There was no way that as going to work and I had to come up with another storage system for coats and shoes.

1:41 How we organize our coats

2:06 Showing and talking about our coat system

2:13 I attached 2 boards this way – boards that i got for free – and I attached these cute decorative hooks from Hobby Lobby.

2:52 Everybody knows where his or her stuff goes.

2:59 Decorated with pictures from when we were all 6 months old

3:25 Storing shoes – Neatly placed on mats in case the shoes are dirty

3:55 How I re-created a decorative letter when I needed another one

:06 I added a shorter section for our youngest son, who was 4 years old at the time and it worked out perfectly because he couldn’t quite reach the original hook height.

5:59 I love old windows. My neighbor was moving and gave me a free mirror that looks like an old window, which looks great here!

6:20 A lovely gardening picture that was a gift from my aunt.

6:39 Funny sayings and encouragement for everyone to see just before they leave home.

7:20 My basket for things that need to be returned to the store or are waiting to be returned or delivered to people

7:49 That’s how we organize our entryway. Comment below and share your tips and ideas about how you organize your entryway!

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How I Organize my Closet!

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Trying to get the videos flowing again! Here is a tour of my brand new wardrobe/closet I got for my bedroom to replace my dresser! Check it out! I hope you enjoy!

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Organize It Designs Your Closet

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Organize-It Designs your closet using our special 3D CAD software. You can be a part of the design process and see an exact replica of what your closet will look like.

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Over our 18 year history we have worked hard to develop a winning approach to solving our customers’ unique storage and organization problems. Every project begins with a fundamental question: How can we blend the available space with the customer’s unique requirements? Our objective is to get the space to work as hard as possible for you. Every closet in your home needs to be purposeful, and functionality comes first.

Closets should also be attractive spaces. Style and finishes are blended with a practical design to keep you beautifully organized. Every project has a budget and we recognize the importance of affordability. While we don’t compromise on quality, you’ll find our custom designed closets to be among the most reasonably priced products and the best overall value.

Beyond getting a great closet at a reasonable price you need to know the people you’re working with. Organize-It has been a leading, family-owned provider of storage and organization solutions for thousands of customers for over 18 years. Our design staff has many years of design and construction experience with many diverse projects. We use only the finest of materials at a number of different price points. Owner-installed projects start with an easy-to-install system and plenty of help through installation videos, printed instructions and a company that is just a phone call away. We are available to help if you run into trouble.

We also provide a comprehensive closet design consultation for those who want us to handle their closet completely. We can design to your liking, deliver in your timeframe, and install to perfection. Your new closet can just be a phone call away.