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We could scroll through photo after photo of immaculately organized closets for hours. But when it comes to the storage spaces in our own home, we have more of a “shove and shut” mentality. That’s all about to change thanks to Wendy Silberstein of The Aesthetic Organizer in New York City, who put together a capsule collection of master closet organizing solutions from The Container Store for—get this—under $ And you don’t even need a giant walk-in closet to reap the benefits. Here, five organizing picks that work for any space.
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“Wooden hangers are essential for any closet—they maintain shape and hold up for the long run,” Silberstein says. “Plus, there’s no denying the beautiful aesthetic a white wooden hanger brings to the space.” We have to admit, these are much chicer than even your run-of-the-mill velvet hangers.
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“Clear drop front shoe boxes display your inventory, are easy to access and provide even more use when stacked,” explains Silberstein. She suggests starting off with four and stacking them two by two to maximize space and allow easy access to your favorite, most-worn shoes.
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We know we’re not supposed to hang our sweaters (no one likes stretched out shoulders), but what happens when have no more room in our dresser for all that cashmere? Grab a few of these clear bins. Silberstein says, “Clear sweater drawers are a perfect solution when lower shelf space fills up. They allow for vertical organization and will keep your delicate fabrics safe from dust and moths.”
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Just when you thought your KonMari-ed tees couldn’t get any more organized, these shelf dividers entered the chat. Silberstein recommends buying a few to separate different categories of clothing—from jeans and tees to even sweatshirts.
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What do you do with special pieces that need to be stored and kept out of the way? Silberstein suggests a percent cotton storage bag. “It allows your garments to breathe and keeps them safe from outside factors. I love the long bag as a starter, because it stores everything from long dresses to coats.”
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Whether you are organizationally challenged, highly organized or somewhere in between, there are times when we want to enlist help. That help can come in many forms like hiring organizational professionals, reading books about organizing, or finding the perfect storage container. Organizing resources are abundant. The sheer volume available can be overwhelming. To help you get started, I’ve narrowed down the options.
10 Best Sources for Organizing Help
1. Best Association for Finding Professional Organizers: National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professional (NAPO)
With over 4, professional organizers in NAPO’s easy to search database, you will surely be able to find an organizer. My post, 6 Tips for Hiring a PO can help you evaluate which one is the right fit for you.
2. Best Information on Chronic Disorganization: Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD)
This organization is the premier resource on chronic disorganization with top-notch education and strategies for the disorganized, professional organizers and related professionals. I’m looking forward to attending the annual conference this September, Overcoming Obstacles in Chicago.
3. Best How to Organize Book: Organizing Plain & Simple by Donna Smallin
This book is well organized, easy to use, and features multiple ways of approaching organizing challenges. Donna recognizes that there isn’t a one size fits all method of organizing. For each challenge, she includes multiple solutions supplied by various organizers. You can read the entire book or just the passages that apply to your particular organizing issues.
4. Best Book about Challenging Disorganization: The ICD Guide to Challenging Disorganization edited by Kate Varness, CPO-CD, MA
This newly released book is a fabulous guide for understanding some of the core issues surrounding disorganization. The collection of articles by 32 industry leaders includes topics such as learning styles, hoarding, ADHD, depression, and collaborative therapy. I’m honored to be one of the contributors.
5. Best Variety of Organizing Products: The Container Store
This favorite store (online and in-store) is the best place to find consistently stocked, interesting, durable, and beautifully designed organizing products. The staff is well trained, knowledgeable, courteous, and helpful. It’s this organizer’s dream store.
6. Best Stylish Organizing Products: See Jane Work
When I’m looking for unique organizing products, I love visiting this website to see what Holly Bohn, the Founder and Creative Director of See Jane Work has discovered. She has a great eye and finds wonderful new products to add fun and pizzazz to the organizing experience.
7. Best Virtual Organizing Help: Clutter Diet
Lorie Marrero, author of The Clutter Diet and creator of ClutterDiet.com has developed an innovative program allowing anyone to get expert virtual organizing help and advice at an affordable price. Her website is filled with tips, videos, and organizing support. This past spring, I had the pleasure of interviewing Lorie about clutter for our “Ask the Expert” feature.
8. Best Organizing App: 2Do: Task Done in Style
There are hundreds of to do management apps, and new ones keep coming. I haven’t tried them all, but I do use this one on a daily basis and absolutely love it! Not only does it appeal to my visual sensibility, but also it allows me to organize projects, actions, grouped and sorted, as I like. It has reminders, alarms, and syncing capabilities. How did I live without it?
9. Best Organizing Tips Blog: Peace of Mind Organizing
My friend and colleague, Janine Adams is a wonderful writer and blogger with a fabulous sense of humor and style. Just visiting her blog leaves me feeling uplifted and calmer. She always has something interesting to say or share about organizing, products, and habit changing.
Best Organizing Blog Featuring Professional Organizers: Professional Organizers Blog Carnival
Janet Barclay, Founder of the Organized Assistant, has a blog with monthly themes like organizing closets, computers, email, and families. She invites professional organizer bloggers to submit posts on a particular topic. Her blog is a wonderful resource for learning about different strategies and getting to know lots of organizers. Later this month, I’m looking forward to sharing my interview with Janet about enlisting help for our “Ask the Expert” feature.
Everyone needs help now and then. If you’re ready to reach out, these “best” resources are a great place to begin. Do you have a favorite organizing resource? Do you have any thoughts about a resource mentioned above? Come join in our conversation.
From closet systems to drawer dividers, these home organization stores have it all.
When it comes to closet organizers and shoe storage, the Container Store is our trusted one-stop-shop, but there are plenty of other home organization stores out there if you're looking for some other options. Whether you want colorful shelves and storage containers that match your quirky sense of style or just want a more affordable selection, these shops have you covered. From unique organizers that double as conversation pieces, to practical, no-frills plastic bins, you'll be able to check off every organizer on your wishlist at these stores and online shops.
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Best for: One-of-a-kind shelving and decorative baskets
When you walk into a World Market store, you just never know what you're going to findand the online shop feels the same way. There's an abundance of shelving units, stylish wall hooks, and beautiful baskets to hide all of the clutter in style. For those with an eclectic or bohemian sense of style, this will become your go-to home organization store.
Best for: Fun, modern storage solutions
Looking for bins, boxes, and shelving units that reflect your personal home decor style? Turn to Urban Outfitters for a fresh selection of organizers. From the cutest food storage containers we've ever seen to midcentury-modern shelving units, you'll find it here.
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Best for: Inventive designs
As the name implies, Uncommon Goods offers products you won't find anywhere else, including creative storage and organizers. Some favorites: this bedside storage pocket and a beyond-genius toilet paper holder.
Best for: Well-designed, minimalist organizers
Walking into a MUJI store (essential oil diffusers on, gentle music playing) is enough to put anyone into a more relaxed state of mindand buying MUJI's organizers brings this same feeling home with you. This Japanese store carries everything from notebooks to sweaters, but it's the beautiful organizers that really keep us coming back. From industrial wire baskets to acrylic jewelry boxes to hanging storage for the back of your closet door, every item shows off the store's sleek, minimalist aesthetic.
Best for: Bespoke storage containers
Handmade felt storage bins, wooden coat racks, and reclaimed wood shelving units abound on Etsy. The best part: many vendors accept custom orders, so you can make sure that storage bench is the exact right size for your space.
Crate & Kids
Best for: Kids' rooms and toy storage
Formerly called Land of Nod, Crate & Kids is Crate & Barrel's line of adorable, whimsical furniture and decor for the younger set. There's plenty of soft fabric bins for stuffed animal storage and cute bookcases for your little one's home library.
Best for: Kitchen and office storage
Okay, so Target is our favorite place to shop for, well, almost everythingbut it's worth remembering that this superstore carries amazing home organizers, too. When shopping online, the selection can be overwhelming, so try navigating to one of the store's brands and browse organizers from there. Hearth & Hand is great for modern farmhouse style, while Opalhouse is fun and colorful, and Threshold is stylish and affordable.
Bed Bath & Beyond
Best for: Storage essentials and basics
There's a reason Bed Bath & Beyond is popular with college students and first-time apartment rentersit has everything you need to set up efficient storage systems in your home. But whether you're on your first home or your fifth, the well-priced storage bins, caddies, and baskets will help you revamp your home's organization without having to take out a second mortgage.
Best for: Top-rated basics
When you're looking for practical solutions that really work, turn to Amazon. Its selection of
rolling storage units
isn't necessarily the most attractive, but the thousands of reviews can guide you towards a top-rated option that's guaranteed to last for years.
Best for: Sturdy bins and shop organization supplies
You probably are familiar with ULINE for ordering office supplies and shipping boxes, but this site also offers durable storage bins and everything you need to organize your garage or wood shop.
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