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How to Gain More Closet Space Without Renovating

Put Small Items in Their Place Designate a container (a bowl or bin on a shelf, or a pouch that hangs on the inside of the door) to serve as a catchall for loose change, receipts, or other items that accumulate in your pockets.

How to Gain More Closet Space in an Old House Without Renovating

How to Gain More Closet Space Without Renovating

We consulted with closet-design pros from across the country to learn the secrets to creating the ultimate storage unit, no power tools required

Add Guiding Lights

How to Gain More Closet Space Without Renovating

Add Guiding Lights Closets should be wired for lighting. If yours isn't, use battery-powered stick-up LED pucks, such as Sylvania's Dot-its along the top and under shelves so that you can find what you're looking for.

How to Gain More Closet Space Without Renovating

Designate a container (a bowl or bin on a shelf, or a pouch that hangs on the inside of the door) to serve as a catchall for loose change, receipts, or other items that accumulate in your pockets.

Double Up

How to Gain More Closet Space Without Renovating

We consulted with closet-design pros from across the country to learn the secrets to creating the ultimate storage unit, no power tools required

Secrets of smart closet design. | Illustration: Arthur Mount | More @thisoldhouse.com |:

How to Gain More Closet Space Without Renovating

How to Gain More Closet Space Without Renovating. We consulted with closet-design pros from across the country to learn the secrets to creating the ultimate storage unit, no power tools required

Closet-design pros share their secrets for creating the ultimate storage unit, no power tools required. | Illustration: Arthur Mount | thisoldhouse.com

How to Gain More Closet Space Without Renovating

How to gain more closet space without renovating, from This Old House: Position two closet rods--one above eye level, and the other 3 feet off the ground

Avoid jumbled piles of folded clothes by limiting closet shelf stacks to a height of 10 inches and partitioning them with thin bookends, like Highsmith's steel versions. About $9 each; highsmith.com | Illustration: Arthur Mount | thisoldhouse.com

How to Gain More Closet Space Without Renovating

How to gain closet space: Avoid jumbled piles of folded clothes by limiting shelf stacks to a height of 10 inches and partitioning them with thin bookends.

Fed up with overstuffed closets? Cut the clutter with our tips and ideas for better organization.  | Photo by: Melabee M. Miller | thisoldhouse.com

Cut the Clutter With Proper Closet Organization

Cut clutter w/ Proper Closet Organization: Stretch storage space in a typical closet by as uch as

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