How to create a functional and organized closet space

I don’t know about you but my closet is always messy. My cloths are all over the place and even if I spend an entire day cleaning and organizing everything, in less than a week it’s all in vain. That’s mostly because I always ruin everything when I need to get dressed and leave and then when I get back I just throw my cloths on a chair. So let’s see how we can all avoid that.

This is a project meant to make us more organized. It refers mainly to men but it can be adapted for women as well. Here are the materials you’ll need for this project: ultralight MDF molding, peg board, screen clips, staple gun and craft knife. First take the measurements for the space you want to transform and then build a frame from MDF molding. Paint the frame and screw the screen clips onto its back. Install the peg board with the hooks and the baskets. Use the craft knife to piece a hole where the hooks will go. Then install hangers on the back so that you can hang it on the wall.

Now all you need to do is fill the space with cloths, shows and accessories. It’s great because it’s so simple and so organized. If you don’t want it hanging on the wall where everyone can see it you can just use the idea to organize your closet.{found on lookiewhatidid}

Published by in DIY Projects, on January 26th, 2012


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