By P11eR. Bedroom. Published at Thursday, February 07th, 2019 - 16:52:45 PM.
Another idea is to opt for drawer dividers, like in the photo above. You can see how well a system like this works for belts. You can place just about anything in these drawers: rolled-up socks, smaller shoes or hair accessories, as some examples. With larger drawer dividers, you could even place folded pants or shirts in them.
Another popular clothing organization idea is to opt for basket storage, as you can see in the photo above. Baskets are a great option because they fit right on a shelf. However, the sides of the basket give a sleek, uniform look to the space, rather than just having things heaped on the shelf itself.
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A clothing rack can also be a good way to hang formalwear you don’t want to get wrinkled when jamming it in with other clothing, as the photo above shows. Or you can place a clothing rack at the side of a bedroom and use that to plan and hang your next day’s outfit. A rolling rack can also add additional storage to larger walk-in closets. Stand-alone clothing racks are highly versatile.
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