If you've been looking for a way to organize baseball hats, ties, scarves, sunglasses or jewelry this simple 10 minute project could be just the thing. It's working like a charm in my boy's closet! As you know I've been working on reorganizing his entire closet after I had a meltdown and declared war on the wire shelving. ;)
I took a project panel from The Home Depot (they come in all different sizes and they'll cut them for you in the store), stained it and then added 2 cafe rods......and boom, I had a cool industrial-esque looking storage piece for my little dude's hats and ties. I pulled the ring clips off of some drapery rings I had lying around to hang the hats.
You don't really have to use a project panel. You could totally just attach the cafe rods to the wall like I did in the master closet for my hub's ties. I chose to use the panel in my boy's closet to help protect the beadboard wallpaper I hung and also to give it a more cohesive look........and okay, because this project panel was leftover from another project, and I was tired of staring at it collecting dust in my garage. #keepingitreal
So if you've got 10 minutes this weekend and you've been looking for a smart, inexpensive way to corral your man's ties or your scarves or hats I highly suggest grabbing a cafe rod or two and getting your organization on! This is such a great way to make use of the wall space on those "unusable" walls of a walk-in closet, like the wall behind the door and you could even attach the rods to the back of the door too! I'm all about getting the most out of every square inch of storage in a closet!