1. Belt hanger for tank tops. You can loop 12 tank tops and such on these and take up less space.
3. Clothing dividers. I have my clothes organized first by type: short sleeve, long sleeve, skirts, pants. I use these dividers to help me quickly put my laundered clothes where they belong. These work well in a baby's closet, esp. if you have one on the way. It's easy to hang clothes by size after baby showers and see what you have at a quick glance. These are also helpful if you participate in a local consignment sale. It helps keep everything organized while you work. Do you have a garage sale every summer? They are helpful for your shoppers too!
5. Flip Flop File - Flip flops can create a big mess. You can fit 18 pairs in this file! Have a craft closet? Store yarn in it! Have a bazillion baby blankets? Roll them up and store them here or fill the pockets with diapers.
6. While we're on the topic of shoes, I love these boot boxes. They protect your boots and also have vent holes to keep them fresh.
7. Jewelry File. A client of ours once said she always forgot to wear jewelry because she never saw it. This was the perfect solution. It has 48 plastic pockets. The hanger swivels so you can easily see both sides. This is also great for small toys or small parts of any kind. Sheesh, you could use it for screws and bolts!
There's my top 10 faves for your closets. First, declutter and pass on what you no longer need or love. Then decide on the most efficient way to organize what is valuable to you.
*Shopping guide: the belt hanger, scarf holder, flip flop file, boot boxes, jewelry file, pink polka-dot clever pockets, and the cabinet cubbies can be purchased at CleverContainer.com/holly. Shelf dividers can be found just about anywhere online, including Amazon.com. Clothing dividers by Sugarbooger come in cute designs with pre-printed labels (types of clothing + size + days of the week). Clear tubs can be found at most discount stores.