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Join Date: Mar 2011
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I have two closets, one is in my bedroom and another one is located in living room. I put most of my dresses and shirts fine cloths in the closet of bedroom , and leave all the winter coats , leather jackets , and wool pants / dresses in living room closet.
Beside that I have two dressers ,
Dresser 1. has each section with bra, underwear, socks, leggings.
Dresser 2. tank tops, summer shirts, jeans, skirts/ shorts and finally my cashmere sweaters .

Growing up with a depressed mother who never organized the apartment / closet and everything , I hate to be messy and thanks goodness those days are gone forever !

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Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: California
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I have 3 closets; one which is used for coats and heavy outerwear, another which is used for dresses, folded pants/jeans, my collection of scarves, and boxes of shoes. The third is a free-standing clothing rack which is where I keep my current seasonal pieces. On my large dresser I keep all my purses in a row. Being able to actually see your clothing in the morning makes getting dressed all that much easier!

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Join Date: Jan 2004
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i agree...
i don't know who came up with this idea of sticking everything in a cupboard or drawer and hiding it away...
seems entirely impractical...
frankly, i'm still considering the idea of putting my books in the closet and my clothes/shoes on my shelves~
we shall see...

along that vein-
i got a couple of fixtures from a store that was closing...
an earring tree and a free-standing 4-way rack with multiple arms...
gonna use that rack for scarves, hats and possibly some bags...
like a coat rack, but more industrial and less decorative...

haven't fully organized it yet, but it's already awesome~!

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Last edited by softgrey; 31-03-2016 at 04:07 PM.
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I've mentioned before that I have my shoes in a quadruple tower of clear Container Store men's shoe drawers (more breathing room, good for heels) in a corner of my bedroom. I find it quite decorative, and it really helps with wearing my different shoes, I think. Sometimes I like to use shoes as a starting point for building an outfit, and it makes them nice and handy for that.

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Closet in serious need of re-organization.
Youíd think this would be no problem for me, but when you have as much stuff as I do itís not so easy. Ugh

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