I Don't Have a Thing to Wear authors Judie Taggart and Jackie Walker share the secret to making easy work of everything from corralling pocket change to storing sweaters to packing quickly for a trip -- an organized closet. Here are 9 practical and easy-to-implement ideas to help you transform your closet into an oasis of organization.
1. Keep a laundry pen handy to mark items on tags or inside shoes, belts or bags, to help you quickly discern black items from inky navy or brown. A simple B, N, or BN is a time-saver.
2. Light-colored carpet on closet floors makes finding things easier and keeps dust under control.
3. Always have a full-length mirror installed near your closet.
4. A step stool in your closet makes access to top shelves a breeze.
5. Wooden pegs, hooks, or a retractable bar are handy for bathrobes, clothes selection while getting dressed, packing, and coordination.
6. If quarters are really cramped then consider purchasing a bed frame at leastRead More »from 9 Must-Haves for an Organized Closet