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1.►0:23|First thing’s first: Pare down your clothes inventory.
2.►0:38|Build extra rod space if your room can handle it.
3.►0:48|A simpler (but still classy) DIY rack.
by Black Oak Vintage.
4.►1:00|Loft your bed.
5.►1:29|Hang multiple garments in one spot with soda can tabs.
6.►1:39|You can also use chains and s-hooks.
7.►1:48|Use old shoe boxes as drawer organizers.
8.►1:59|Make a (little) bit of extra rod space by hanging scarves etc.
9.►2:06|For scarves. Use shower curtain rings to organize them on a hanger.
A dowel and some rope can double your rod space
11.►2:31|Try staggering your rods.
13.►2:48|Or under other furniture.
14.►3:01|Or leave them in your closet, but organize them by tension pole.
15.►3:09|Don’t let your tank tops take up all of your space
16.►3:21|Stick the tie hanger up against the wall.
17.►3:35|A rain gutter guard DIY from Blue Cricket Design.
18.►3:47|Use a trunk to store out-of-season clothing or shoes.
20.►4:08|Hang catchalls on the inside of the door.
21.►4:15|Hang bags up with shower curtain rings.
22.►4:26|Or go all-out with shelving.
23.►4:36|A Hook inside your door.
Credit: Claudia at apartment.
24.►4:48|Find ways to maximize your awkward spaces.
25.►5:03|Use the sides of your closet to hang up more rods.