5 Tips For Better Closet Management With Industrial Pipe
Trying to keep your closet clean and organized can be a hassle and quite the task for many of us. To help inspire and make it easier for you to take control of your closet, we've created a list of 5 tips for organizing your closet with industrial pipe...
1. Hooks, Hooks, And More Hooks
Adding hooks to your closet can be a fantastic way to organize your accessories. Things like bags, purses, and laptop cases fit great on hooks. Kee Klamp hooks make it easy to implement. All you have to do is slide the hook on, and tighten down the set screw, and you're all set. Happy hanging.
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2. Put Those Shoes Away
Do you hate tripping over all those shoes left right around the entrance of your place? Or loth digging through the piles of shoes in your closet? Then add some shelves to keep your footwear organized and neat.
This shelving unit takes advantage of a larger closet area to organize a whole group of shoes including sneakers, high heels, and casual footwear. You can easily see all your kicks and decide what you want to rock for the day. No more searching for the matching shoe that always seems to disappear.
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3. Take Advantage of Storage High and Low
Don't forget to take advantage of the extra space above and below your clothing rack. Additional shelving can be great for this and fairly easy to implement. The above closet takes advantage of space above the clothing rack to store some cases. You can also create shelving below the rack using pipe and fittings to create the frame and wood for the platform. Or try out some cubbies. It sure beats letting things collect into a pile in the bottom of your closet. Admit it, you do this all the time. Add some shelves below and above your clothes rack and keep it clean.
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4. Create Different Levels
Another unique idea to try out is to create different levels to hang your clothes. For example, use one pipe at eye level to hang T-shirts and one at knee level to hang your jeans and pants. The one above has a few different sections. Two at the upper level for pants and dress shirts and another lower level for additional shirts.
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5. Ditch The Closet All Together
If you just can't seem to get your closet clean or organized no matter what you do then try ditching your closet all together. Well, for your clothes at least. You can leave the old board games in there.
Open closets are a great way to take advantage of the extra space if you have it. They allow you to easily access your wardrobes without having to dig through a crammed closet. They also look great especially if you have a unique bunch of outfits to showcase.
Creating a rack like this can be really easy and simple using Kee Klamp Fittings. Adding a shelf below the clothing rack can be a great way to add additional storage for shoes, books, bags, purses, and more.
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There you have it. 5 tips for better closet management. Now it's time for you to get organizing. If you need help designing your closet creation or clothing rack, we offer free design assistance. For more inspiration check us out on Pinterest to view our boards dedicated solely to industrial pipe clothing racks and other DIY creations.