I know I usually start the year on a more reflective note, but honestly? I’m really trying to ease into work this year. My due date is in February, which is only *one month* away! We’ve been doing some minor rearranging in the house, making room for “baby bruddah.” It’s had me looking into ALL the closet organization ideas (and revisiting my own post on small closet organization).
Closet Organization Ideas
My chest of drawers from Pottery Barn is sold out, but this one caught my eye while searching my office for something similar. The storage setup is a little different, but it’s just as timeless and could be better if you prefer closet design ideas that offer more “closed” organization. I really think the way you organize your drawers makes all the difference – options like these hard sided organizers, these drawer dividers, and these honeycomb drawer dividers for bras and underwear make your closet WAY more neat and accessible. Velvet hangers like these aren’t necessarily as elevated wood ones, but their slim profile allows you to hang a lot more than you’d be able to otherwise, which is a win for me!
These herringbone bins are my favorite. I use them to store the shirts and sweaters I wear most often and I love that they come in two sizes. Some people say “out of sight, out of mind” but because they hold my go-to’s I haven’t had an issue with that! I also have these woven bins in Jack’s baby boy nursery, and because they don’t have lids, they’re super easy for “grab and go” storage. I know a few people who use this Elfa over-the-door rack and swear it’s one of the best ways to maximize space (I think it’d be great for “grab and go” storage too).
These stackable jewelry boxes are THE BEST. They’re pretty, super functionally designed, and you’ll never grow out of them. Highly recommend. (Also, I found this headboard holder and thought it’d be such a cute/practical addition!) I’ve had an adjustable shoe rack similar to this one since I lived in NYC and the the flexibility can’t be beat. If that’s less of a priority or you’re looking for something more attractive, these wood shoe shelves from Marie Kondo quickly caught my eye.