Tired of feeling like your closet can’t function the way you need? We’ve created some helpful tips and recommendations to help maximize your closet space, both in your closet and around your bedroom in your Mizzou student apartment.
Closet dividers allow you to utilize any and all empty space in your closet and repurpose it into valuable space for your clothes, shoes, accessories, and other belongings. Shoe racks, accessory hangers, and similar dividers are all great ways to multiply your space, without having to leave your closet!
Whether you have a large enough closet to add hooks to your walls, or you simply add a few on your closet door, hooks are a great space saver. Clothes, bags, necklaces, and more can all be easily contained in a small area, and free up your rack or shelf space at the same time. Plus, you can put your favorite items on display, gaining much easier access for those days you’re running a little behind (don’t worry, we all do it!).
A clothes rack, whether it is able to fit in your closet, or if it is able to be kept in a corner or on a wall in your bedroom, is a great way to free up small closet space. If you have larger clothes like coats, jackets, sweaters, etc., a clothing rack is a great way to keep those clothes hanging on display, while freeing up space in your small closet at the same time. Plus, another added benefit of utilizing a clothes rack is that they can be seasonal, so show off (and easily access) your coats during the winter and switch them out for breezier outfits during the summer.
Shelving is one of the best ways to free up space and eliminate clutter. Modular shelving to store clothes, shoes, and other accessories out of your closet is a fantastic way to maximize your apartment closet space. On a wall outside of your closet door or on a bathroom wall are great areas to capitalize on modular shelving. Shoes and bags can be easily accessed, as well as put on display, so have fun when you decide which of your favorite items to showcase!
There’s no reason to keep a parka in your closet in the middle of July, just like there’s little use for tank tops in January. Free up closet space by only keeping out your clothes for the current season, and move out of season clothes to a storage closet or storage tub. This way, you’re not having to look through bundles of sweaters to find your favorite sundress for a day at the beach or pool!
That’s all for our tips and tricks for maximizing your closet space at our Mizzou student apartments! If you found this post helpful and you’d like to keep hearing all our tips and recommendations, you can bookmark our blog page for easy access to all our upcoming blogs!