Organizing a closet can help turn a messy unorganized area into a neatly organized display of your belongings. Using these helpful ideas, turn your closet inside out. When deciding to organize your closet, sort out what you have. Think about donating or discarding some items that you no longer use. Doing this will allow more space in your closet. Divide seasonal clothing. If another closet is available think about storing different seasons in different closets. Consider the closet you are going to organize. Will this space always be a closet in a bedroom for one person or two? Will this space need adjustable hanging rods or drawers? Closet organizers come in an array of different styles, colors and systems. There are prepackaged kits, full system sets, movable hampers, shelves, wire styles vs. laminate styles and also different types of hanging rods. For wire shelving, continuous hanging rods will allow continual hanging without any obstructions. With wire systems, especially for a kids room, adjustable hanging rods, shelving and hampers can help keep organization top notch. Laminate systems offer a great finish look and sturdy shelving. If your wardrobe consists of blouses and pants, double hanging rods will work best both at 80" high and at 40" high. Single hanging rods work best at 70" high. Once your design is decided upon, take measurements, buy the system or kit and you are ready for installation. For more helpful videos, visit http://www.Lowes.com/Videos. Subscribe to Lowe's YouTube for great how to videos and home improvement tips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lowes Or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes
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