Instantly Declutter Your Closet With These Easy Bedroom DIYs
Clutter is a common woe we know (and loathe!). Instead of getting overwhelmed with the mess this spring, get a jump start on Operation Organization with closet storage hacks that will keep *all* those pretty items contained. No matter how small your space is, you can go from a lackluster clothing hodgepodge to a luxe dressing station with just a few simple DIYs. These projects are easy and require only a few essentials, so you’ll be on your way to stylish space in no time. Scroll on for easy fixes that’ll make your inner hoarder giddy.
1. DIY Graphic Laundry Baskets: It’s perfectly acceptable to keep your dirty laundry out in the open with these graphic baskets that are as sassy as they are sensible. Customize them with all your favorite phrases or paint colors for a solution that makes it okay to wait a little longer between laundry days. (via Studio DIY!)
2. DIY Wall Organizer: Corral the cutest items from your closet shelves on a wall organizer with pretty color-coordinating vessels. The real trick to finishing off this piece is jewelry storage — genius! (via Brit + Co)
3. DIY Marbled Ring Dishes: Rock your ring-hoarding habit in these marbled dishes. The color combinations are endless, so have fun with the creation process — and make a few extra to gift to your BFFs! (via A Beautiful Mess)
4. DIY Accessory Organizer: Supplement your storage with this easy-make accessory organizer. Stack your best hats, coats, and purses on it to house those items currently crumpled in the corner. (via Brit + Co)
5. DIY Geometric Closet Panels: Details are everything. Put your jigsaw skills to the test with white-on-white additions that add flair to the everyday closet panel. (via A Beautiful Mess)
6. DIY Macrame Curtain: Closet doors are so last year. DIY a curtain that gives off all the boho vibes while hiding your closet’s contents inside. (via A Beautiful Mess)
7. DIY Ladder Shelf: Okay, so this one may not fit in your closet, but it’s a great way to make space IN your closet by clearing out all your trinkets and displaying them in style. (via Brit + Co)
8. DIY Flamingo Wall Hooks: Your flamingo obsession just entered the bedroom. Use these adorable hooks to display hats and scarves. Or all your bras and undies, why not? Have fun with it! (via Aww Sam)
9. DIY Acrylic Earring Holder: Displaying your earrings is a surefire way to wear more of them more often, since you’ll actually be able to find the right set to match your outfit. (via A Beautiful Mess)
10. DIY Color-Dipped Clothes Hangers: Hangers are a closet must, but they don’t have to be boring. Make sure they’re adorable and color coded. (via Sugar & Cloth)
11. DIY Foam Markers: Prevent the last minute clothing scramble (and messes) with days-of-the-week foam markers. (via Brit + Co)
12. DIY Copper Eyelash Pink Box: Boxes are useful for more than just storing your pretty jewels. You can use them to keep your unmentionables in order, or to keep tabs on things like your wedding garter. (via Enthralling Gumption)
13. DIY Fabric Storage Bins: Take one look at this clutch situation and tell yourself you don’t want to have extra storage for sweaters, school tees, and cold weather acessories. We dare you. (via Brit + Co)
14. DIY Dowel Coat Tree: These are most often found in entryways, but they sure help lighten the load of a buckling garment rack. Throw your sweaters and pants that aren’t ready for the wash on here instead of over the back of the chair. (via Emily Henderson)
15. DIY Colorful Catch-Alls: Save the bottom of your handbag from the loose change, tissues, scribbled notes, and all the other stuff that ends up there. (via The House That Lars Built)
16. DIY Trellis Clothes Rack: Store this wall rack in the back of your closet as backup for extra pieces that don’t make it on a hanger… you’ll thank us later! (via Fall for DIY)
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