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cluttered closet No matter how big your closet is, chances are it does not seem big enough.  Fortunately, you can maximize your closet space with closet organizers.  In fact, with the right closet organizer, you may even be able to double or triple your storage space.

More than 2,000 closet-organization companies are out there, eager to help you organize your shirts, shoes, and sweaters.  If you decide to hire a professional, the National Association of Professional Organizers can help you find someone in your area.  Keep in mind that the average custom closet costs from $3,000 to $5,000.

For a less expensive option, you can install your own closet organizing system from an off-the-shelf kit bought at a home improvement store.

Types of Closet Organizers

Whether you have a large walk-in closet or a smaller reach-in closet, you can find a closet organizer that will help you get organized and increase your storage space.  Closet organizers are typically either wood or wire, and are easy for a do-it-yourselfer to install.  Wooden closet organizers look more elegant, but wire organizers tend to be more flexible and affordable.  They also offer more ventilation for your clothes.

Components of a Closet Organizer

neat closet Before you buy your closet organizer, you need to decide just what kind of storage you need.  Typical components of a closet organizer include shelves and shelf dividers, hanging rods at various heights, and special storage units for accessories such as hats, ties, and shoes.  Shelves may be hung from the wall or be configured as stackable units that sit on the floor.  Hats and ties are typically stored on racks, while shoes can be stored on racks or in hanging shoe bags.  Closet organization systems may also include various crates, bins, and cubbies for storing miscellaneous items.

Before selecting your closet organizer components, you should think about what kind of clothes you have and how you want to store them:  Do you prefer your pants to be hung or folded?  Do you have a lot of scarves or purses you need to store?  Do you want a space for storing seasonal clothing?  You want to match your organizer system as much as possible to the types of clothing and accessories you own.  If you can't find a closet organizer kit that meets your needs, you can buy the components you want individually and create your own perfect space!

Closet Organizer Suppliers

For more help on organizing your closet with closet organizers, visit these websites:
  • Closet Maid is a manufacturer and marketer of home storage and organization products.  Their closet organization products are available at major home centers; professional installation is available through designated ClosetMaid dealers.
  • Closets To Go is an Oregon-based closet organizer manufacturer.  They use Panolam Industries wood panel products as well as quality American and European hardware.  Their engineered reach-in and walk-in closet products use steel fasteners and steel wall attachment systems.
  • Easy Track features a one-of-a-kind rail system, enabling custom closets to be easily installed.  Their starter kits and accessories allow you to mix and match components.  Use their online 3D Design Tool to plan your closet storage layout.
  • Knape & Vogt offers a selection of closet hardware and accessories to accommodate varied closet storage requirements.
  • Rubbermaid offers the Configurations closet system as well as FastTrack and HomeFree closet kits.  Each Configurations system expands and contracts to fit varying width spaces, with no cutting required.  Telescoping rods and expanding shelves enable quick and easy reconfigurations of your closet system.
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