There are a number of alternate titles I could have used for this post like “How to Make Wire Shelves Look Less Hideous” or maybe “How to Make the Most of a Small Walk-In Closet”. They would equally work well. But really, this post probably has the most to do with my take on “How to Share a Closet With a Man” – not just any man – a clothes loving man. I’ve mentioned before that I’m married to a well-dressed man which means he has just as much if not more clothing than I do. (I know this is a hard concept to grasp, but they do exist.)
I’ve showed you before how I maximize our clothing storage by thinking outside the closet. Since I do a closet clean-up-clean-out about twice a year and just finished up the January session I thought I’d share a few tips and things I’ve learned over the years about how to keep your closet organized, how to handle sharing your closet space, and how to maximize every inch of a small closet while keeping things looking pretty and not too cluttered.
|DIY Shoe Rack|
|Goodwill Chair Makeover|
|Cup hooks for hanging scarves|
Take a look at Phase 1 and Phase 2 of our master closet. Now that we’re on Phase 3 I’m wondering if there will be a Phase 4 next January – hmmmmm……maybe wooden shelves will happen next year?! (a girl can dream right?)
If you’re a small closet owner you might appreciate this post here for more clothing storage ideas!
Need some help figuring out how to keep your wardrobe well edited? Check out this series on wardrobe essentials here!