5 Objects You Can Repurpose to Organize Your Closet Beautifully

5 Objects You Can Repurpose to Organize Your Closet Beautifully

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Taryn Williford
Aug 10, 2016
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Think you need an expensive bespoke solution to organize your closet? Think again. These five household objects can pull double-duty and wrangle tough-to-store jewelry and purses (at least while you save up for that Kardashian-style closet of your dreams).

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Magazine Files

When stashed vertically in a magazine rack (or four), clutches and wallets take up virtually zero space. Plus, like the spines of magazines, you can still see and grab every single one.

Paper Towel Holders

Wrap belts, bracelets or anything else vaguely circular around the center of a stand-up paper towel holder. Keep most-worn items near the top so they're easy to access each morning.

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A Wine Rack

Install a wall-hanging wine rack in the closet to catch clutches instead of vino. It looks great and keeps everything accessible.

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A Coat Rack

In the summertime, bring your entryway coat rack into the closet to store handbags instead of jackets.

Shower Hooks

Purse hangers are one of those uni-taskers that seem to cost more than you think they should. Luckily, shower curtain hooks can serve exactly the same purpose.

How do you stay organized on a budget?

Re-edited from a post originally published 8.3.15-NT

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