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There are very few people I know that would say that they have more closet space than they need! Instead, I think most of us want to make the most out of every square inch of our closet space while also keeping things neat and orderly so we can find...

Get an Organized Closet by Maximizing Your Hanging Space: The easiest way to make the most of your hanging space is to double what you can hang on each hanger. I love this super simple idea from Shabby Creek Cottage to hang a soda can tab on each hanger so you can loop the second hanger through the tab! And these S-shaped hangers This is an affiliate link: MomOf6 earns a commission if you purchase, at no additional cost to you.  will allow you to hang up to 5 pairs of pants or scarves in the same space as one hanger. And because they are made of stainless steel, they are strong enough to handle the weight of the garments....

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5 Tips for Storing Your Out-of-Season Clothing

For months now, our coat closet has been working overtime corralling all of my family’s winter jackets, boots, and various cold-weather accessories—and, truth be told, not doing a very good job of it. (Casualties of our overtaxed coat closet include one recently bought ski glove that my son swears is in there…somewhere.) So now that spring is here, I am beyond ready to lighten its load and put away our bulky outerwear and winter gear—and maybe find that glove. But storing seasonal clothing isn’t as simple as tossing everything in a cardboard box and putting it in the attic. In fact, unless you want to shorten its life, don’t do either (read below for the reasons why). Here are five...

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5 Tips for Storing Your Out-of-Season Clothing

For months now, our coat closet has been working overtime corralling all of my family’s winter jackets, boots, and various cold-weather accessories—and, truth be told, not doing a very good job of it. (Casualties of our overtaxed coat closet include one recently bought ski glove that my son swears is in there…somewhere.) So now that spring is here, I am beyond ready to lighten its load and put away our bulky outerwear and winter gear—and maybe find that glove. But storing seasonal clothing isn’t as simple as tossing everything in a cardboard box and putting it in the attic. In fact, unless you want to shorten its life, don’t do either (read below for the reasons why). Here are five...

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