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While a bare bones home can present a wonderful opportunity to customize things to your liking, a bare bones closet can be a frightful thing. Without essential closet organizers, your bedroom closet can become a messy, disorganized disaster no matter how carefully you fold your clothes and hang them. Thank goodness there’s a variety of closet systems, closet shelving and closet storage organizers to create a place for everything and keep everything in its place. More 
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Before you make a mad dash and add a bunch of items to your shopping cart, take stock of the kinds of clothes you have. Different types of clothing will require different types of storage, and that will determine what and how many of each item you’ll need:
• Sweaters: Sweaters are best folded to maintain their shape, therefore a storage bin or closet drawers are great options for keeping these tidy. If you prefer, you can also utilize shelf dividers to keep sweater piles from spilling over or keep them organized by color or style.
• Tops and T-shirts: These are always best stored on hangers, especially since you’re more likely to wear them if you can see them. Some professional organizers recommend slim hangers to maximize space while others swear by wood hangers.
• Pants and skirts: It’s best to hang these items to prevent creases from folds. To avoid indentations from hanger clips, fold them along the permanent crease that runs along the front of the leg and tuck in the front and back parts of the waistband. Then place the clips so they grab the inner part of the waistband.
• Jeans: Whether folded or hung up on a hanger with clips, it’s your choice when it comes to how you organize your jeans. Most people enjoy keeping like colors together, while others prefer to go by cut, style or even brand.
• Hats, bags, scarves and ties: Bags and hats can easily be collected into bins or boxes and placed on closet shelves. Scarves can be folded and piled on a shelf and ties can be hung up on a specialty tie rack. If you have drawers, another option for ties or scarves is to purchase drawer dividers in a honeycomb pattern, roll each scarf or tie up, and slip them into the compartments.

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