October 2, 2011

Day Two: An Organized Coat Closet

[This is day 2 in a series called 31 Days to an Organized Home.  Click here to see all of the series posts to date.]

What better place to start organizing our homes than in the entry way? It's the first place you encounter when you come home, and by necessity it is often a small space that holds a lot of stuff.  This is especially true of the coat closet.

Here is my coat closet. I added some tips and pretty arrow do-dads to the picture using Picnik photo editor.

 

I created a dry erase memo board to remind me of things I need to take with me when heading out. It is just an old frame with some paint chips under the glass to mark the different days.  I added a binder clip to the side to create a hook for my dry erase marker.  Binder clips have at least a million and one uses.


To one side of the closet there are some hooks for bags and umbrellas. I added narrow laundry hampers to use as recycle bins because they were inexpensive and small enough to fit in the space I have.

Some simple tips to keep your coat closet neat and tidy:
  • Have less stuff than you have space for. Leave some space and hangers for your guests coats.
  • Include hooks,shelves and baskets to make the most of the space.
  • Use labels to ensure everything gets put where it belongs.  This is especially important for bins that are stored above eye level because you cannot see the contents and are more likely to place items in the wrong spot.
  • Use matching hangers for a more tidy appearance.
  • Use a sturdy bin to collect items that need to go to the car such as reusable shopping bags, library books to be returned or packages to be mailed.
Thanks for stopping by the Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking!  Come back tomorrow for day three of 31 days to an Organized Home.


{Update: this coat closet got a more kid-friendly, mudroom-inspired revamp a year and a half after this post was written. You can find that here.}

109 comments:

  1. Love the color of your closet.

    I moved the existing rod/shelf in our closet to a higher position to allow for more shelving installed under the coats. Also, hooks for little ones to hang their coats and backpacks is helpful for both kids and parents.

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  2. I really like your dry erase memo board! You are very creative!

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  3. This is wonderful. Mine doubles as the broom closet! That dry erase board is genius.

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  4. Done. Thank you. That closet has been bugging me all summer!

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  5. I like your ideas. We live in a 100 year old house that does not actually have a coat closet. I do have a covered porch that serves this purpose, but unfortunately it is like walking right into the coat closet when you enter the front door! :) However, I will go declutter it right now, and see if I can use some of the ideas you have here. I'm excited to follow this series with you!

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    1. I too live in a 100 year old house. I don't have a coat closet either, but found an inexpensive armoir at a flea market. It has hanging rods on both sides and I placed baskets in the bottom. Ir works great!

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  6. I just found you via the 31 days link up - I wish we had coat closets here in Australia (I grew up in NYC with a huge coat closet at the entrance to our apartment)- we are lucky to have any closets at all here!!

    I LOVE the memo board idea for stuff to take out with you - have pinned and shared it - great idea!! Looking forward to the rest of the series with you.

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  7. Pinned the memo board too! Genius!

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  8. Looks great, and thanks for sharing your tips!

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  9. Maybe in the same place you have your dry erase board you should have a small storage pocket area for the small things you need to take with you like the book, tithe and card so they are all right at hand as you leave.
    ~Ashley

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    1. She has a bin for all that, right below the dry erase board.

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  10. We have an entry closet that does not get used. We have three different entries to our home, so there is no rhyme or reason to where things go when people enter (or leave). Today that will change. I'm excited for this challenge! Thank you for doing this. :)

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  11. Love the memo board and the bin for stuff to go out to the car! Can't wait to find an old frame and make this work for my front closet!

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  12. As others have said, wish I had a coat closet... our front door enters straight into the living room, and back door into the kitchen. Coats and shoes and recycling etc... all live in random places through our house. Chaos..

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    1. Mine is the same way but with only one door, Our walk in closet opens to the hallway and the only bathroom is off of the master bedroom. I sometimes feel there is no hope but picking up one or two of these tips helps.

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  13. Wow! I sure wouldn't want you to see MY entry closet...a MESS! The idea of having bins for each family for shoes...good idea. Even for my teens.

    I promise to do this tomorrow!!

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  14. If you think that something should be kept in order to give to your kids someday...go to an estate sale. You'll see treasures that once were thought to be handed down as well. Keeps it totally in perspective.

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  15. Just an idea for those that don't have a coat closet (because I don't either)- you could always set up a buffet, desk, hall tree or some other kind of storage. Our front door opens directly into our living room and we have a buffet againsat a wall that has 3 drawers and 3 cabinets and low hanging hooks on the wall for backpacks and coats (we have 4 small children.) At our old house where we didn't have as much room, we still had a small desk not too far from the front door and hooks. Shoes went under the desk. Even if you don't have a coat closet there is a way to set up your entry way to help keep you organized.

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    1. We don't have a coat closet in our entry way either. I'm repurposing an old computer armoire that we don't use anymore. I took all of the shelving out and installed a closet rod. Since it's not very deep (just deep enough for coats), I am going to put cork board on the inside of one door and a dry erase board on the inside of the other. Voila! Instant coat closet that can be moved, painted, or even repurposed into something else later down the road!

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  16. I was just thinking the same thing! My door opens right into the living room too and the buffet or desk sounds perfect!!! THANKS!!!

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  17. Loved doing this today! http://artbakelove.blogspot.com/2011/10/day-1.html

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  18. We don't have a coat closet! I've only read day 1 and am feeling like I'm out of luck when it comes to getting organized. Love your ideas though!

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  19. I am so excited to be part of this group. I am going to do this program and see how awesome my house can look at the end.... I will have to do 31 days (that I get a day OFF from work) to an organized home though lol... I'm starting with the coat closet today... will post pics later!

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  20. Yay! Glad to see from the prev few comments that I'll be doing this challenge late but not alone!! I'll be starting tomorrow & will post pics :)

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  21. This is super! I love the dry erase board AND the recycle bins. I was just wondering today HOW I could eliminate the crowded space in our kitchen, and now I know I can transfer the bins to the closet in the front room!

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  22. Would you believe I have TWO coat closets on the main level AND a "bootbox" in my back hallway...none of them are this organized. You have inspired me! Any ideas about what to do if you have people with way too many coats?? My husband has several, and between his and mine & our four kids, the coat closet we use for us is PACKED. The guest closet is empty except for a vacuum and the dining room table leaf. I'd love some advice! :) cmcjmommy4@hotmail.com Thanks!

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  23. I dont really have a closet..... but the bins for shoes is incredible.... I have a shoe mess by the back door and I am over it LOL. I am going to get at least 2 bins for the kids and their shoes! Awesome idea!

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  24. Something that keeps my coat closet (and most of my closets) less cluttered: I heard a speaker addressing poverty and justice, and he referred many times to the fact that he had one coat, because many people have none. I always remember that when my hangers begin to overflow.

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  25. I wish. Do people really have just 1 coat apiece? I swear that my husband and I each have a good dozen or more jackets/coats and our toddler has four! Even if I pare mine down, my husband won't. We will never have space in our closet. :(

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    1. Same situation. It seems impossible to have one coat each!!

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    2. Yeah. We only have one winter coat and one light jacket each in our double-wide coat closet. You can't see the back wall. I think this blogger put all the coats back after she took the picture. It's pretty, though and well organized. When I got all our *daily* shoes out on racks in the garage (and we have at least 2 pairs of those), it made my coat closet look a lot better and smell better, too. No more shoes mixed in with the coats.

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    3. And I most CERTAINLY would NOT have boots inside the house.

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    4. I jusr went thru new hampshire winter without one...some people have no coats

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  26. Your ideas are great! What impressed me the most was the reminder to tithe on Sunday. A lot of people don't even know what that is... God bless you Kelly ;)

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  27. I just found this through pinterest. SO doing this. perfect timing before the holidays!

    Thanks!

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  28. Where did you find these baskets you used in this closet. And what type of labels did you use?

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  29. I started using your 31 days as my to-do list around my house! Blogged about it today and credited you, thanks.
    Emily
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  30. Anonymous: The baskets are from the dollar store and the labels are just laminated cardstock.

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  31. Well here I am!! Late, late, late!! LOL...that's ok better late than never. I am constantly organizing my house and never feel like I can get caught up, so this will be great fun for me to follow. love the ideas! I have a dinky little coat closet way down the hallway, so I have a coat rack bench combo by the door. Love the idea for the basket, I do keep my vaccum jammed in there too. I need to find it another home..but not sure where. Off to do the bench and see what I can accomplish with my dinky little closet! Thank you!!

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  32. I don't have a coat closet at the entry way as many of your readers have said. Do you have a recommendation for jackets, shoes and purses right by the door. My door opens right into my living room which is not very large, I don't have room for a buffet or desk as some of the others mentioned.

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  33. I do have a coat closet, but it's under a stairwell.. so its deep, narrow, and doesn't serve well for shelves and such.I've added a rod for coats, but i'm afraid the bins would get lost somwhere in the back. What would you suggest other than purging out the unused items?

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  34. Great ideas! Our coat closet is really small and a mess. We keep our coats out of it, b/c the door is hard to open when there is a rug, but that is another story for another day. Anyway, I really want to organize mine better now that I saw this!

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  35. oh and I LOVE the dry erase board idea. Today I left the house forgetting the bag of clothes I packed for my friend's baby, even though it was sitting right by our car keys! A checklist like this would be great!

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  36. Just found this post on Pinterest and I am super excited! I have had a lot going on lately and I am trying to declutter and this is a perfect way to start. I'm going tweak a few things but you have a fantastic base model to go off of.

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  37. I totally want to paint the inside of my coat closet now! Mine is tiny, so one way I keep it organized tis to only keep seasonally appropriate coats in there. Right now, all my spring/fall jackets are in the guest room closet.

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  38. I added a set of hanging shoe shelves to store my purses. It is perfect right by the entrance. Now, I'll also have room for reusable shopping bags too. I'm also adding a basket for papers and other things I want to take back to work since i sometimes leave them my purse or messenger bag. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  39. My coat closet is TEENY tiny and the ONLY place we have to house our vacuum, summer stuff, winter/fall coats... and an assortment of other stuff! But I got rid of a LOT of stuff today and have an organized coat closet! I am PUMPED to do more! I do not possess an organization gene so it is hard for me to be motivated to get organized and stay organized. Thank you for being that motivation!

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  40. This is a fantastic idea, just the shelf near the floor to place your shoes neatly! :) Very inspiring! Wish me luck on day one! :)

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  41. Merry New Year! One of my many NY goals is to organize the house. I found you via Pinterest about a week ago and was excited to start the 31 day challenge with the start of a new year. Similar to other posters we do not have a entry/coat closet, instead we have a large closet/storage under the stair case, so today we will clean out that area and re-organize. Thanks for the daily schedule, looking forward to a cleaner home.
    LA

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  42. Any ideas since we just have hooks and not any floorspace(I swear we need all of it LOL) There are only 2 closets in the entire house so they have alot of stuff in them......

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  43. Where did you get the great bins for the shelf and floor? I have been looking for bins like that forever!! I want to paint chalk board paint on them to label each bin.

    clothmamak8 at gmail.com

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  44. I would suggest mounting a 2 x 4 across the back of your closet and screwing funky clothes hooks onto them for jackets - one for each child and a basket on the floor under each hook for each child. Kids are very quick to claim their space and use it. You can still hang adult coats on the bar that goes across the top - just not near the hooks. A talented person could build a divider, I'm guessing to separate the adult and kid sides. I have an attractive rattan basket that sits under a rattan chair in my hall and when I go out to the car, it comes with me. I fill it with all those daily things I need and it goes into my trunk. Just make sure you check it every day and return it to its spot or it can quickly become a bottomless pit or a dumping off bin.

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  45. In case it wasn't obvious, I meant to say that the 2 x 4 should be at a height that kids can reach. Any creative soul could paint a cute saying or picture across it, too.

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  46. My coat closet needs some work still, but something that helps me out with young children's items are putting the large 3M hooks on the door at different heights so the kids can hang up their own coat(s), umbrellas, dance class bag, etc. The 3M hooks work great as long as you don't overload them AND they come off easliy without leaving a mark on the door. If you want to hang backpacks as well you would have to use a much stronger hook.

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  47. I feel like I am pretty organized, but I am still constantly looking for different ideas! I love the memo board IN the closet! My kids are a little bigger (and apparently have too many shoes- hahaha), but I have used the fabric cubes for their shoes. In our house, every child has a color (4 kids), so every child has their own color. On the shelf, I have a 2nd cube for each child (same color) where we store hats, mittens, etc. I just take those down when necessary and keep the shoe ones on the floor. Even my 2 year old knows that his shoes are in the red tub!

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  48. This is just what I needed to read. Thanks for sharing!

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  49. Our coat closet is by the front door, which we never use. However, I am using your philosophy to look at what I currently have in place to see what I can do to make it work more seamlessly. Thanks!!

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  50. love love love this!

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  51. What a great way to use paint chips! I'm going to do this inside my closet.

    Nicole
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  52. This is wonderful. Mine doubles as the broom closet! That dry erase board is genius.

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  53. We gave away an old pew from the front of our living room yesterday since it had become a collect-all for everyone's coats. I noticed today coats are still going in the same place...only on the floor. So, yes, organizing the coat closet will be my new venture! Thank you for giving us direction. Sometimes we don't see what we're used to being around everyday. It takes someone from the outside to mention "why don't you just do this..." I LOVE the idea of having a bin to drop in anything that goes back out to the car the next day!

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  54. We also don't have a coat closet. Just one closet under the staircase. But I cleaned it out today and got rid of some stuff and started to get pumped to work on the rest of the 31 day challenge. And it will be a challenge for me! I am so unorganized and want SOOOOOO much to be organized. Thanks for the info! I am looking forward to completing the 31 days and having a more organized home. I am sure my husband will be thrilled too!

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  55. My 31 days starts today! I love the idea of simplifying life...we need this! And what a great time to do this...SPRING CLEANING!

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  56. i love this. ok where did you find the simple shelf in the closet? i've been looking, and surprisingly can't find just a simple shelf!!

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    1. Hi Kristin! I made the little shoe shelf by screwing together some pieces of MDF shelving.

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  57. Brilliant inspiration. I have been out today and bought baskets for each child, labeled and ready to go into the new space tomorrow. I found a coat rack just like yours at the recycling centre, which I will be painting tonight. Then I shall salvage a picture frame from my collection. From the UK - what are paint chips? I am going to use some post it notes behind the class! ;) Thank you xxx

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    1. Paint chips are the little paper samples of paint colours you get from the paint store so you can bring the colour home to decide. What do you call them in the UK? Post it notes are a great idea too :)

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  58. I'm doing a long-distance organizing challenge with a friend (posting before/after pics) and I check your 31 days list for ideas for each project - thanks for making this easy for us!

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    1. Haha...that's awesome! What a great way to stay motivated :) I'm so glad to help!

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  59. Found your blog through Pinterest. We just bought a new home, and my mom is moving in with us, so we are combining 2 homes into 1! Oy! These tips will really help!!!

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  60. LOVE the idea of a step by step guide to getting control of this chaotic home! Coat closet - grrr wish I had one. We hang coats on some hooks in the stairway and in the front entrance that we don't use, and on a little hook in the kitchen - but mostly on the backs of chairs...step one: find ONE place for coats!!!

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  61. We also don't have a coat closet. Our front door opens directly into our dining room, which is the only table in the house and therefore the hub of everything! I got so tired of all the clutter and front door dumping and I painted the corner black, put a rug under it and hung one hook for each person. "If your shoes don't fit on the rug or your stuff on your hook- take it to your room" Its been working for 6 months, with reminders for the little ones. We call it the closet. :) And I love it. I am going to add the dry erase board and a small bin in the corner for things coming and going.

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  62. Found this on Pinterest!! So excited, my house is in constant chaos. I can hardly remember where I put things! Hopefully this will help!!!

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  63. What colour & brand of paint is on your walls? I absolutely love it & have been looking for it to no avail :)

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    1. It's kinda complicated...LOL. I answer it here: http://www.imperfecthomemaking.com/p/frequently-asked-questions.html

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  64. I have a very large coat closet so I store other things there too. My question is: How do you remember to 'check' inside that closet everyday to know whether there are things for you to take someplace? I never look in the coat closet unless I'm putting in or removing something.

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  65. Love the memo board and the bin for stuff to go out to the car! Can't wait to find an old frame and make this work for my front closet!

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  66. My biggest issues is finding a place for all the things that are in my tiny coat closet that I cannot throw out but have no other place to put it. My husband is a bit of a hoarder and has a large collections of VHS tapes though we no longer own a VHS player. It takes up half the closet! ugh.. would it be horrible for me to just toss it out???

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    1. I am the type that has VHS tapes that I don't want to throw out until I can tape off the unique things I can't find on DVD. There is no better way to ruin the trust of your husband than to 'toss out' his stuff. Seriously, that can be marriage-damaging. My husband once threw out a box of my junk; it had the only skinny pictures of me I ever had taken. NOT HAPPY! You may not understand why he wants to keep it, but it's his house too and he should feel safe storing his stuff there. Put them as neatly as you can in a box and keep it under your bed or somewhere else, instead of a closet that you want to use every day. You COULD ask him to neatly pack it up and label it and as he goes through the tapes, maybe he will decide to toss a few himself....especially if the box you give him is a little too small. Some hoarders keep things that give them happy memories because it soothes their stress. Some hoarders keep things that make them feel prepared for anything because they suffered from financial problems once. Some hoarders keep things because they are too lazy to take the garbage out and are mentally ill. Some hoarders keep things because they have an OCD need to collect 'sets' of things, and I find Pinterest helps with that because I pin all the movies I watched and now don't need to keep the actual VHS movie. Weird, I know, but everyone is weird in SOME way. LOL

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    2. What a wonderful idea Tabby. Pinterest is a wonderful place to keep track of many different things, rather than keeping and hoarding them. I'm thinking, I could take pictures of my sons old toys, pin them on Pinterest, and then will have a record of them for all times. He is allowed to keep two large plastic boxes full, but that's all there is room for, so now we know how to say goodbye to the rest. Great idea.

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  67. I love that "tithe" is on your To Do list! :)

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  68. Thanks for the ideas. I'm always looking for ways to tidy up. I have certain spots in my home that seem to *attract* messes and it's so hard to keep them organized. Breaking it up into separate days/areas helps make it doable over time. Elle in Northern VA

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  69. I love your dry erase board to help you remember things! I agree with Kelly, "I love that 'tithe' is on your To Do list!"

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  70. We're in Brooklyn and created a dual functioning closet for coats and linens with elfa. There's a shoe shelf on the bottom and multi-level hanging so children can reach it. Linens and towels are on the upper shelves. Memo board is a great idea and it will work great on the left side of the double door. Thanks!

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  71. Also for my coat closet (which needs de-cluttering and organizing) I have a shoe holder that fits over the door. I use it to store mittens, scarves and hats which usually got thrown into the closet before. With some of your other ideas, I can completely organize my coat closet and hope it stays that way.

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  72. I'm super excited for this! Thank you for the inspiration!!!

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  73. Wow! I've just begun this week and boy do I feel overwhelmed! Do you really only have so few coats/jackets?

    We actually have two coat closets in our entryway. Our house is not huge, but we have plenty of closets. Coming from an old house with very little closet space, we were thrilled! But, over the years, we've come to realize that the more storage space we have, the more we tend to store.

    Love your ideas & will implement some of them soon. :)

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  74. Wow! I've just begun this week and boy do I feel overwhelmed! Do you really only have so few coats/jackets?

    We actually have two coat closets in our entryway. Our house is not huge, but we have plenty of closets. Coming from an old house with very little closet space, we were thrilled! But, over the years, we've come to realize that the more storage space we have, the more we tend to store.

    Love your ideas & will implement some of them soon. :)

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  75. I just stumbled onto this blog through pintrest. I'm also in a complete "nesting" phase of pregnancy with my second child so this is AMAZING!!!! I can't wait to get started on my closet as this is the best set of tips and tricks I've seen yet. Thank you so much. I'm looking forward to reading more.

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  76. Love this! It was a great place to start, even though mine wasn't in too bad of shape, your ideas were great helpers! Especially the plastic bags in the hampers for those wet boots and shoes...GENIUS. (makes me think, duh, why didn't I think of that?) Looking forward to completing this 31 day challenge! Thank you!!!

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  77. For some of you who don't have a closet- we have a row of hooks by the front door to hold coats/jackets/backpacks/sweatshirts/hats etc. Also there is a small basket hanging off the last hook with stamps, labels and any outgoing mail. Under the coats is a small bench that opens and is about 6-8 inches deep. We keep gloves, hats and scarves inside there and tuck the shoes underneath. It's worked great for us for years.

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  78. I love that you painted the closet! We have a lot of extra paint in the garage and that just might get me motivated to clean it out!

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  79. I live in Australia and we don't tend to have coat closets here - however, I removed all of the heavy winter coats from the coat rack in the doorway. Looks much less cluttered now and ready for a scorching Aussie summer!

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  80. Try an Ikea garbage bag wall storage for umbrellas as well!

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  81. I love paint chips, free art supplies! Thank you for the idea, and I'm thankful that due to Lifehacker I found your blog!

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  82. I'd love to do something like this but my front closet is about the same size as the one in the picture and we have 10 children. That makes it very hard to fit everything that should go in a front closet.

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  83. I'm not sure if this was mentioned yet, but we have a hanging canvas shoe organizer attached to the inside of the door. We use it not only for shoes, but with clear front, keys, scarves, gloves and other necessities that make sense.

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  84. Hi - I love your coat closet design and I am trying to implement it in our home. Can you please tell me what are the white bins used for on the shelf above the hanging rod? thank you!!

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  85. Hi, I'm really glad I have found this 31 days to get organized, I am needing the help to learn how to put things in an organized way, I'm horrible in this area, ( letting things go) my #2 horrible, so i'm excited to try this.

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  86. Love your ideas!

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  87. Hello! Believe it or not, we have no closets in our home. It is a fairly small house and my storage consists of totes in our shed, and since I need to clean out the shed, there are about 6 to 7 trash cans sitting by the side fence that also hold stuff. Any ideas??

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  88. I am so excited to have found this pin. As soon as I read Day 2 I got up and cleaned the front closet. Lots of great ideas here. I only wish I had taken before and after pics. Thanks for the inspiration. Gotta go do Day 3.....

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  89. I am so excited to have found this pin. As soon as I read Day 2 I got up and cleaned the front closet. Lots of great ideas here. I only wish I had taken before and after pics. Thanks for the inspiration. Gotta go do Day 3.....

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  90. Kelly, are you left-handed? I'm just making an observation about something in the closet, so I thought maybe you are. ;)

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  93. GREAT FATHER



    HOW DR.ORIOMON HELP ME BRING BACK MY EX HUSBAND BACK TO ME


    hello to the every one on this forum ; am here to share my experience with dr oriomon about what he just did for me last week , for helping to reunited with my ex lover Mavis who broke up with me after 2 years of relationship because of his families did not like our relationship . but after Dr oriomon of oriomonspiritualtemple@gmail.com has done his wonderful work for me i was so shock when i saw Mavis calls on phone asking me to come back to him that him is ready to stay with me and beg his families to love our relationship and he actually did so and with a support from DR ORIOMON his parents that never wanted to see both of us promise to sponsor our wedding by December as we are planing now . so with this great work done for me by DR oriomon i promise not to stop telling others about his good work in my life , so if any one also need his help here i will advice you contact him to via (oriomonspiritualtemple@gmail.com) bye

    CLARA BENJAMIN _ CANADA



    DR.ORIOMON THE GREAT MAN OF ALL SPELL CASTER

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  94. At last my happiness has been restored by a Man named Dr ABULU ,, my name’s are miss KIRSTEN I want every one on this site or forum to join me thank this DR ABULU for what he just did for me and my kids. my story goes like this I was married to my husband for 5 years we were living happily together for this years and not until he traveled to Italy for a business trip where he met this prostitute who be witched he to hate me and the kids and love her only so when my husband came back from the trip he said he does not want to see me and my kids again so he drove us out of the house and he was now going to Italy for to see that other woman. so I and my kids were now so frustrated and I was just staying with my mum and I was not be treating good because my mama got married to another man when my after my daddy death so the man she got married to was not treating I and my kids well so I was so confuse and I was searching for a way to get my husband back to me and my kids so one day as I was browsing on my computer I saw a testimony about this MAN DR ABULU of abuluspiritualtemple@gmail.com shared on the internet by a lady and it impress me too so I also think of give it a try at first a was scared by when I think of what me and my kids are passing through so I contact him and he told me to stay calm for just two days that my husband shall be restored to me and to my best surprise I received a call from my husband on the second day asking after the kids and I called Dr Abulu and he said your problems are solved my child so this was how I get my family back after a long stress of brake up by an evil lady so with all this help from DR ABULU of abuluspiritualtemple@gmail.com I want you all on this forum to join me to say a huge thanks to DR ABULU and I will also advice for any one in such or similar problems or any kind of problems should also contact him for help.

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