A five-shelf hanging closet organizer for storing random things that take up more space on a hanger (such as sweaters or scarves or even nonhangable things like shoes).
A battery-powered light with motion sensors so the moment you open your closet, you can see everything that’s inside. This way, you won’t forget about all those hidden gems you haven’t worn in months.
A hanging Roll Keeper closet organizer perfect for anyone whose T-shirt (or leggings) collection keeps growing all the time even though you tell yourself you’re going to stop. This handy device holds 16 rolls and can be hung in a closet or anywhere else, meaning you don’t have to limit what makes you happy.
A scarf hanger that works for all types of scarves — even those big heavy winter ones you don’t really know what to do with.
An over-the-door organizer with four clear pockets so you can see *exactly* what you put in each bin, so nothing will get lost.
A tie organizer, hanger, and holder that holds up to 20 ties and makes it so they’re not just ~hanging~ out all messy.
Patterned storage baskets you can use to not only add some color to your closet but also give you a place to store all the small things (camis, tights, scarves) that you’re not really sure what to do with.
A set of drawer organizers to help transform your drawers from a hot mess into an organized paradise. You’ll never spend five minutes looking for your favorite pair of socks again.
Some foldable storage bags with large clear windows and handles because you shouldn’t even have to LOOK at your sweaters during the months of May-August.
A shirt folding board that’ll make your closet look like a department store — it’ll be like shopping in your own closet EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.
A laundry hamper with two compartments so you can pre-sort your lights and darks, essentially making doing laundry just a little bit easier.
A set of Wonder Hangers you’ll wonder how you ever lived without. These babies take five hangers and condense them into one, giving you ample space.
A rack with rubber-coated tips you can mount to the wall and use for anything from jewelry, to tank tops, to belts, or even scarves. The possibilities are basically endless.
A double closet rod for when you REALLY want to take your space up a notch. Just be careful, because all this extra room may inspire you to buy even more clothes.
A set of expandable drawer dividers to help you show off the Marie Kondo-fold you’ve been perfecting ever since she came into your life. Even if *all* your clothes bring you joy, you can at least make them look this good.
A tank top hanger designed to hold at least six camis, bathing suits, or strappy dresses, thus reducing the total number of hangers you have in your closet.
A wide stacking shelf you can adjust the height of to fit even more T-shirts underneath it.
And some nonslip velvet hangers designed to take up less space and hold clothes better, so half your wardrobe doesn’t end up on the floor when you try and take one shirt out.
A S-shaped hanger you can fit five pairs of pants on, so you don’t have to feel bad about picking up another pair of jeans because you know you’ll have room for them.
An over-the-door eight-tier shelving unit you may think is for your pantry, but you can also use it on your closet door for small things (like jewelry and other accessories).
A set of Space Saver vacuum bags because storing your bulky winter clothes in the summer will ~suck~ less when you squeeze all the air out so they take up a wayyy smaller amount of space in your closet (or under your bed).
An upholstered platform bed where you can store sweaters, shoes, or anything else that needs a home when your closet is busting at the seams.
A handmade basket with a lid you can place in your closet and throw all the random things you don’t really have a place for in. The lid will hide the mess but be easy for you to open and grab what you need.
Shelf dividers to keep sweaters and jeans and purses in order so you don’t experience an avalanche every time you open your closet.
A set of clothing dividers so your closet isn’t a jumbled mess and you know exactly where your midi skirts are when you’re getting ready in the morning.
A closet storage organizer with bins for anyone who really doesn’t have room for a dresser, but doesn’t want to hang up every single T-shirt they own – you can store everything that works better folded in this.
A baseball cap holder I’ll go ~a-head~ and say now that you’ll be very thankful for as it frees up valuable space in your closet.
Or a hat rail you can attach to any open wall space and store not only hats but also purses and more things you want to get out of your closet.
A set of storage cubes that can essentially double the size of your closet if you have a bunch of overhead space you’re not taking advantage of. The sky’s the limit! (Or really, the ceiling in this case.)
A four-tier hanger, because hanging your skirts and jeans vertically instead of folding them over a hanger saves a TON of space.
A storage bin with wheels you can easily slide in and out from under your bed to keep your things out of sight — but not out of mind.
And a clothing rack with shelves if you’ve completely run out of room in your closet (or don’t have one) and need a nice place to keep all your favorites.
Me continuing to shop even though I have a closet full of perfectly good clothes. ¯_(ツ)_/¯