5 Objects You Can Repurpose to Organize Your Closet Beautifully

updated May 4, 2019
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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.

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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.

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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