The bedroom closet is often one part of the house that not many people ever bother much about. After all, you never entertain guests there. Neither do you lounge or relax in your closet. For many people, it is simply a place where they deposit their clothes and shoes. When you need something from the closet, you just pay it a quick visit. So, if this is the case, why would you even think about bedroom closet organizers? cheap bedroom furniture Are you a little obsessed with organizing? We are too. So we thought we'd channel our obsession into something helpful: a list of ways to organize your bedroom closet. Pick and choose from the ideas below... - If you don't have any real closets in your home, integrate storage into another room (as Darla did above). Wall racks and hangers are easy to install. organized clothing closet shoes storage mirror - Declutter. Use Discardian's Closet Trick to get rid of clothes you don't wear. bedroom IKEA wardrobe storage with baskets - Store your most-used items at eye level, less-used items below, and least-used items up high. - Use boxes, cubbies, tiered shelves (as above), or a hanging organizer to sort shoes. shelf dividers organization - Keep folded clothes or accessories neat with shelf dividers, like these from Bed, Bath & Beyond. organized clothing closet shoes storage - Use vertical space (both above and below the closet rod) to store more. - Add lights in your closet so you can see (and use!) what's in there. organized clothing closet shoes storage boxes with curtain - If you live in a small space, replace traditional closet doors that swing out with curtains or hanging screens. - Use stack-able laundry baskets for easy sorting, that you can also carry to the washing machine, like these from Rubbermaid. bedroom closet clothing shoe storage - Hooks can create extra storage space when you hang them inside the closet. - Keep your closet in shape by treating it like a small room. Pay attention to lighting, wall color, and floor coverings. organized clothing closet shoes storage - Color coding your wardrobe makes finding things easier. - Invest in your closet by using good-looking storage solutions. Above, Componobili Storage Units from Y Lighting. - A rolling cart with coordinated boxes can be pulled in or out of the closet and used for clothing or office supply storage. - Use suitcases elsewhere in the house to store out-of-season linens, blankets, or sweaters. - Re-purpose standard storage pieces. Taryn and Sanford used a trunk to store clothing in their closet, with a cushion on top for seating (and then baskets on top of that for even more storage). - Combine storage units to fit your different needs: drawers for folded items, hangers for dresses and suits, and boxes for odds and ends. - Use coordinated hangers for a clean look that will care for your clothes and help you stay organized. Above, Bumerang Clothes Hangers. umbrella stands - Use an umbrella stand to hold odd items like a yoga mats. organized clothing closet shoes storage accessories - Make more room in your closet by storing out-of-season clothes in boxes up high or under the bed.