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Closet Organization Hacks

It’s the time of year when most people are looking to get organized. Why not start with your closet? Here are a few of our favorite closet organization hacks!

Ring It Up

Shower curtain rings aren’t just for the bathroom anymore! You can use them to organize all kinds of accessories in your closet. You can use the rings on the closet rod or hang several on a hanger. They are perfect for getting your scarf collection under control. Or you can use them help hold your hats. Simply hang the back of your ball cap on a ring. Have a few too many purses to fit on your shelves? Use a ring, or two, or fifteen to hang those handbags.

It's the time of year when most people are looking to get organized. Why not start with your closet? Here are a few of our favorite closet organization hacks!

Want a high end look to organize those accessories? Check out our Synergy Elite collection for scarf, tie, and belt racks.

It's the time of year when most people are looking to get organized. Why not start with your closet? Here are a few of our favorite closet organization hacks!

Pop the Top

If you have a small closet you may find that your closet rods are stuffed with hangers. Give yourself a bit more room by creating a daisy chain effect with soda can tabs. Use them to hang multiple hangers together. By going vertical you can save more space in your closet. Skirts and shirts are great items for the daisy chain solution. They are thin enough to hang vertically with ease. Who knew your soda habit would come in so handy?!!

If you have a tall closet you can utilize the top space with a pull down closet rod. There’s no need for a step stool or a 6’5″ spouse to take advantage of vertical space. You can reach all by yourself (with the help of a pull down rod, but we won’t tell).

It's the time of year when most people are looking to get organized. Why not start with your closet? Here are a few of our favorite closet organization hacks!

Boxing Day

Your love of shoes just got you one step closer to an organized closet. It’s time to upcycle those boxes for some organizational bliss. Use them as drawer or shelf dividers to hold your lingerie, socks, even ties. You could even cover the boxes with decorative paper and use them on your shelves to hold any number of items.

It's the time of year when most people are looking to get organized. Why not start with your closet? Here are a few of our favorite closet organization hacks!

Pull out divided drawers are another way to create the same organizational function. They look divine and store your clothes all at the same time.

It's the time of year when most people are looking to get organized. Why not start with your closet? Here are a few of our favorite closet organization hacks!

You’re on the Hook

Does your closet have some blank wall space? Pegboard is a great way to take advantage of that space for organization. It’s not just for tool storage anymore! Paint the pegboard for a splash of color and then start your organizing engines! If you have 800 million earrings you could just store those. For the rest of us, you can use those hooks to organize scarves, belts, purses, as well as jewelry galore.

It's the time of year when most people are looking to get organized. Why not start with your closet? Here are a few of our favorite closet organization hacks!

The Omni Track system is another amazing way to use your wall space to organizer your favorite accessories. We can hook you up!

It's the time of year when most people are looking to get organized. Why not start with your closet? Here are a few of our favorite closet organization hacks!

Closet Organization Masters

If you’re looking for someone to hack your closet call the closet organization masters! We can take your closet from mess to the closet of your dreams in no time. It’s practically a super power. Schedule your free consultation today!

It's the time of year when most people are looking to get organized. Why not start with your closet? Here are a few of our favorite closet organization hacks!

New Year, New Closet!

New year, new closet! Spring cleaning has come early this year! Start the year off right with a fresh take on your closet organization.

New year, new closet! Spring cleaning has come early this year! Start the year with a fresh take on your closet organization. #resolutions #newyearnewcloset

Cull the Closet

Are you surprised that the first step is to purge?  Of course, you’re not! You have to cull the clutter before you can create the closet of your dreams. If you haven’t worn it in the last 6 months to 1 year it’s time to say goodbye. Even if it’s a piece that still has a lot of life left in it, if it doesn’t give you joy to wear it, pass it on to someone else.

Cincy Chic has these tips for getting started.

Start by taking all the clothing items out of your closet that you haven’t worn in the last month. Try on each piece of clothing and ask yourself a few questions:

  • Does it fit?
  • Is it flattering?
  • Does it fit your life style?
  • Does it need repaired or tailored?

Answering these questions will help you decide what to keep and what needs to go! No need to hold on to those clothes that might fit you someday. Let’s be honest, when someday rolls around you are going to want to go on a shopping spree!

New year, new closet! Spring cleaning has come early this year! Start the year with a fresh take on your closet organization. #resolutions #newyearnewcloset

Did you know there are only 7 days in a week? It’s true! Which means you can easily take your t-shirt collection down to about 10 shirts. Do you really need more than that?

Have a few (or 20) shirts you can’t stand to part with? Keep the ones you wear in the closet and store the t-shirts full of memories somewhere else. Or, if you have a crafty bone in your body, turn those logos into a super cute t-shirt quilt!

Get in Groups

When you are ready to decide what goes where, it really helps to get your items into groups. Hello Beautiful quotes the amazing Marie Kondo on the subject of categorization.

In “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up”, author Marie Kondo advises readers to remove clothing from every closet, drawer and laundry basket in the home and sort the items into categories: tank tops/camisoles, t-shirts, blouses, sweaters/cardigans, blazers, jackets, coats, pants, jeans, skirt, and shorts.

And if you have 18 VW bus shirts, by all means group those as well (and then perhaps purge, just sayin)!

New year, new closet! Spring cleaning has come early this year! Start the year with a fresh take on your closet organization. #resolutions #newyearnewcloset

Once you have items in groups you can do one last pass through to see if there are any other items that can be donated. Now it’s time to think about what will go where.

Use Your Space

Once your closet is empty it’s much easier to see the space you have and decide how best to use it. Don’t simply fall back on old habits. Think about what makes the most sense for the space you have.

Place the items you use most often in the most accessible space. Decide what items would work on the shelves, and what needs to hang. Do you have empty space on the walls? Add some hooks for more versatile storage. Be thoughtful about every item you bring back into the closet.

Don’t forget about the space down low. Your shoes have to go somewhere! Who What Wear reminds you to keep your shoes visible.

This one is simple: if you can’t see it, you won’t wear it. If you hide your shoes toward the back of your closet, you will continue to wear the same pairs over and over again. Even out the playing field and show yourself all of your options.

New year, new closet! Spring cleaning has come early this year! Start the year with a fresh take on your closet organization. #resolutions #newyearnewcloset

Say Yes to a New Closet this New Year

Want an even more amazing closet this new year? Closet Envy can help create organization solutions for any room in your home. Schedule your free consultation today!

Hiring a Closet Organizer

Have you been thinking about hiring a closet organizer? Here are some things to look for as you decide which organizer is right for you!

When It’s Time to Bring in an Expert

You’ve tried to declutter and organize your closet on your own, and it worked…for awhile. After a few months things started to look like a mess…again. If this sounds like you, it may be time to bring in an expert.

Closet organizers have skills that most of us just don’t have. They can look at your space and envision solutions that would never occur to us normal, life’s-too-busy-to-hang-up-my-shirt-or-fold-laundry kind of people. Once you decide you are ready to hire a professional closet organizer there are a few things to consider.

What Will It Cost?

Like with any service industry, the cost of professional organizers can vary. Things like the organizer’s experience, your geographic location, and the size of your space must all be taken into account when figuring the cost. Some organizers charge an hourly rate while others give a set fee based on the size of the project. At an initial interview the professional organizer should be able to give you a cost estimate. As with any home project unexpected costs might come up, so plan accordingly. You will also need to consider the cost of any supplies that might be needed to complete your organization project.

Have you been thinking about hiring a closet organizer? Here are some things to look for as you decide which organizer is right for you!

There is definitely a cost associated with professional organization, but we believe the relief of handing over the organizing reigns will be well worth it. The value of a clean and organized closet that allows you to find the clothes you love the most is truly priceless.

Questions to Ask

It’s always a good idea to interview several professional organizers to find the one that is the best fit for you. Before you begin meeting with your perspective organizers it’s important to create a list of questions to ask. That will allow you to compare apples to apples during your interviews.

Have you been thinking about hiring a closet organizer? Here are some things to look for as you decide which organizer is right for you!

The National Organization of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, or NAPO, has developed a list of suggested questions to ask when interviewing a Professional Organizer. You can see their list below or download a copy here.

  • How long have you been working in the organizing and productivity industry?
  • What types of services do you offer?
  • Are there areas you specialize in?
  • Have you had special training or do you hold any certifications related to your
    work?
  • Please describe your process for helping clients achieve their desired outcomes.
  • Please describe a typical working session.
  • Will I work directly with you, or will you assign an employee or subcontractor?
  • What is your fee structure?
  • Do you work with a written agreement?
  • What is your cancellation policy?
  • Can you provide references?
  • I have tried to get organized before. How will this be different?

Finding a Professional Organizer

The reality is, anyone can call themselves a professional organizer. However, there are some ways to find a reputable and trustworthy organizer. You can always ask friends or family members for their recommendations. The best advertisement is a happy customer. If they don’t mind, see if you can take a look at their organized space. See if it fits the look you are going for.

You can also use the search tool on the NAPO website to find an organizer near you.

Hiring a NAPO member means that you are hiring a committed businessperson who values education and professional development, and who stays current on trends and advancements in the industry.  NAPO members have aligned themselves with a respected association that leads and advances the organizing and productivity profession, and whose members adhere to a Code of Ethics.

Have you been thinking about hiring a closet organizer? Here are some things to look for as you decide which organizer is right for you!

While cost is always a factor, we encourage you to also consider how well your personality matches with your potential organizer. Organizing your closet is a very personal matter. You want the person you are working with to be someone that you trust.

Get Free Professional Organizing

Included with every Closet Envy project of $3,000 or more you will receive 2 free hours of on-site Professional Organization from Sorted Out organizing service, founded by Tonia Tomlin. Tonia and her company have been featured on HGTV’s Mission Organization. Get the closet of your dreams organized by one of the best! Schedule your free consultation today!

Women vs Men: How to Make Your Closet Work in One Space

It’s no secret that women and men are different. Which may have you wondering, how can one closet serve the needs of both genders? We’re here to talk about a women’s closet vs men’s and help you figure out how to make your closet needs work in one space.

Closets on Mars and Venus

Bella Ella Boutique recently did a study on the closet habits of Americans. We were fascinated by some of their findings.

It’s not much of a surprise that men own less shoes than women. According to this study most men own 5 or less pairs of shoes. Women own…more than that.

It's no secret that women and men are different. Which may have you wondering, how can one closet serve the needs of both genders? We're here to talk about a women's closet vs men's and help you figure out how to make your closet needs work in one space.

While men own less shoes, they are willing to spend more on a single pair of shoes. Sounds to us like men value quality over quantity. Women however, are all about the quantity of shoes. No surprise there.

It's no secret that women and men are different. Which may have you wondering, how can one closet serve the needs of both genders? We're here to talk about a women's closet vs men's and help you figure out how to make your closet needs work in one space.

Now here’s where it gets really interesting to those of us that love organizing closets. This study showed that men and women are very similar when it comes to how they organize a closet. Whether you live on Mars or Venus your closet is probably organized by type of clothing. Men are slightly more likely to organize by season and women like to organize by color.

It's no secret that women and men are different. Which may have you wondering, how can one closet serve the needs of both genders? We're here to talk about a women's closet vs men's and help you figure out how to make your closet needs work in one space.

Where to Begin

The first step is to decide on the division of space. While the running joke is that women have far more clothes than men, many times that simply isn’t the case. Our clothes and accessories may look different, and have different storage needs, but both genders need adequate space in the closet. Do an assessment and decide how much space is right for the woman and man using your closet.

It's no secret that women and men are different. Which may have you wondering, how can one closet serve the needs of both genders? We're here to talk about a women's closet vs men's and help you figure out how to make your closet needs work in one space.

One thing that is true across genders is that we all have far more stuff than we actually wear. If your closet is getting an overhaul it might help to start with an purge of your wardrobe. An easy way to assess what you truly wear is to hang all of your clothing with the hangers pointing out, or backwards. When you wear an item, wash it, and return it to your closet you can hang it like normal. After a few months, any items still hanging backwards are clothes that you don’t wear. Give yourself official permission to get rid of those items. They are not clothes that make you happy, and are simply taking up valuable space.

It's no secret that women and men are different. Which may have you wondering, how can one closet serve the needs of both genders? We're here to talk about a women's closet vs men's and help you figure out how to make your closet needs work in one space.

Now that you have decided how much space each person gets, and you’ve purged the clothes you don’t wear it’s time to start designing the perfect closet.

Make it Work

When it comes to designing a his and hers closet Tim Gunn would say “Make it Work.” The good news is, we believe it really is possible to design a closet that works wonderfully for both men and women. What you need to think about is what different clothing and accessory items need in terms of storage.

How Stuff Works has this to say:

So, how is space in a his and her closet fairly divided? How do you recognize where and when to increase the vertical heights of closet rods and shelf heights? A significant, though subtle, factor is that space can be used more efficiently on the man’s side of the closet. All his space can be double-rodded since nothing is longer than a suit coat or shirt, and the height of the shoe shelves need not extend above the height of his dress shoes or cushioned running shoes. A woman’s half of the closet must have sufficient space to hang dresses, as well as shelf space designed to fit high-heel shoes, knee-high boots, or wide-brimmed hats.

If the male side of your closet is slightly smaller than the female side it could be because men’s clothes are more efficiently organized. Since men’s clothing fits easily on double rods more clothes can be hung in less space. Dresses and skirts have more length which means that they need more space in the closet.

It's no secret that women and men are different. Which may have you wondering, how can one closet serve the needs of both genders? We're here to talk about a women's closet vs men's and help you figure out how to make your closet needs work in one space.

Both men and women can make use of pull out drawers and open shelving to store a variety of items. Versatile storage for versatile clothing. That’s one thing the genders can agree on.

It's no secret that women and men are different. Which may have you wondering, how can one closet serve the needs of both genders? We're here to talk about a women's closet vs men's and help you figure out how to make your closet needs work in one space.

Closet Envy

Still unsure how to make your shared closet work? We at Closet Envy are happy to help with whatever your organization needs. We understand the organization needs of Martians and Venusians. Set up your free consultation today!

Small Closet Organization

Do you have enough clothes to outfit an army year round, but a closet the size of your pinky finger? Whether you live in an apartment, or an older home with limited closet space, we can help. Try these small closet organization tips and your friends will have serious Closet Envy.

Do you have enough clothes to outfit an army year round, but a closet the size of your pinky finger? Whether you live in an apartment, or an older home with limited closet space, we can help. Try these small closet organization tips and your friends will have serious Closet Envy.
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Make it Work

Small closets may be itty bitty in size but they can present some huge challenges. The biggest one being, how to fit all your stuff into a small space while still being able to see everything you need. You don’t want your belongings to end up so packed in that you can’t find anything. Who knows when you’ll need those fabulous bangle bracelets from the 80s, or your newest pair of dancing shoes? There are several ways you can maximize the space in your small closet without maximizing your budget.

Do you have enough clothes to outfit an army year round, but a closet the size of your pinky finger? Whether you live in an apartment, or an older home with limited closet space, we can help. Try these small closet organization tips and your friends will have serious Closet Envy.
Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

Go Vertical

The first step in small closet organization is to use all of your vertical space. Assess your closet to look for areas that are going unused. Consider creating a section of floor to ceiling baskets to store t-shirts or pajamas.

Do you have enough clothes to outfit an army year round, but a closet the size of your pinky finger? Whether you live in an apartment, or an older home with limited closet space, we can help. Try these small closet organization tips and your friends will have serious Closet Envy.

Baskets can be a great way to maximize storage for like items. Put your most used items between waist and eye level. You don’t want to have to bend or stretch for the things you use every day. The baskets near the bottom can be used for things you need less frequently such as seasonal items. Reserve the baskets at the top for items that you only need periodically (like those 80s bangle bracelets and those 7 bridesmaid dresses you can’t seem to part with).

Get Hooked Up

Do you have blank wall space in your small closet?  Hooks are a great way to utilize any space you have. Better yet, add a series of hooks. They can store anything from jewelry, to belts, to hats, or even jackets.

Do you have enough clothes to outfit an army year round, but a closet the size of your pinky finger? Whether you live in an apartment, or an older home with limited closet space, we can help. Try these small closet organization tips and your friends will have serious Closet Envy.

Hooks are a great way to use the small space on either end of your closet. You know, the wall that’s the depth of your tiny closet. It’s not big enough for a hanging rod, probably not enough space for a basket, so fill that wall up with hooks. We feel like the Oprah of closet organization…you get a hook…YOU get a hook…EVERYTHING GETS A HOOK!

You Gotta Move It

Don’t look now, but your closet just moved! No, this isn’t a Stephen King movie, and your closet isn’t on wheels. BUT, your hanging rods and baskets can be mobile! It’s a great way to make your favorite items more accessible in a small space. Consider how your ties, belts, or scarves might work better on a moving rod. That’s a lot of bang for your tiny space organizational buck.

Do you have enough clothes to outfit an army year round, but a closet the size of your pinky finger? Whether you live in an apartment, or an older home with limited closet space, we can help. Try these small closet organization tips and your friends will have serious Closet Envy.

 

Pull out shoe racks are another great way to utilize every inch of space. Have a shoe addiction? House Beautiful suggests arranging your shoes heel to toe to fit even more of those beauties on there. That right there is genius! Mama’s gotta have space for all her dancing shoes, am I right?!!

Do you have enough clothes to outfit an army year round, but a closet the size of your pinky finger? Whether you live in an apartment, or an older home with limited closet space, we can help. Try these small closet organization tips and your friends will have serious Closet Envy.

Think Outside the Closet

Have you given up on using that teeny tiny closet to store clothes? HGTV suggests thinking of the closet as an extension of the room where it’s located. Perhaps it can serve as a small office space you can close away at the end of the work day.  Or a secret play nook for the children in your life. Or maybe even wall to wall bookshelves for your favorite works of fiction. We officially give you permission to think outside the box when it comes to your closet!

Closet Envy

We at Closet Envy are happy to help with whatever your organization needs. Closets big or small, we organize them all. Set up your free consultation today!

Organizing Lingerie

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we are here to talk about organizing lingerie. We’ll leave it to you to do the checks that will save your boobies. Let us help you save those bras!

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we are here to talk about organizing your intimates. We'll leave it to you to do the checks that will save your boobies. We can help you save those bras!

Sort and Store

If you have more bras than you know what to do with it may be time for a sort and purge. Begin by pulling out all of your bras and underwear. Make two piles, toss and keep. There is no donate pile here. Nobody wants any part of used underwear…trust us. Toss anything that is stretched out, ripped, doesn’t fit, or has an evil underwire poking you in the ribs.

Now it’s time to think about how many bras you actually need. InStyle suggests that 4 is about the right number of every day bras.

…you shouldn’t wear your bra every day, so the elastic has time to readjust and come back to a resting pose. If you follow that logic, then you need four.

In addition, you will also want a good strapless bra, and if you are active, a few sports bras as well. How often you want to launder your bras will help you determine how many you need. Once you know how many bras you have then you can begin to think about how to store those over the shoulder boulder holders.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we are here to talk about organizing your intimates. We'll leave it to you to do the checks that will save your boobies. We can help you save those bras!

House Beautiful suggests that one reason your bras get all bent out of shape is that you are storing them wrong. You should never fold a bra, or wad it up in a ball. Bras need to be laid flat, preferably in a drawer, to maintain their shape. A Divided Lingerie Drawer is the perfect way to keep those unmentionables (which we are spending an entire post totally mentioning!) ready to offer support at a moment’s notice.

Pairs of underwear are much less picky. They can be folded, rolled, or even wadded up if you so choose. However, a divided drawer can make it much easier to find your favorite bra and underwear combinations.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we are here to talk about organizing your intimates. We'll leave it to you to do the checks that will save your boobies. We can help you save those bras!

Keep Things Clean

Experts agree that the best way to wash your bras is to hand wash them. Cora Harrington, founder and editor-in-chief of The Lingerie Addict told Huffington Post that hand washing and air drying are best because:

Lingerie uses very delicate fibers and elastics—it has to because it’s laying against sensitive areas of the body all day.

It is recommended to wash bras every two to five wears, depending on how much you sweat. Washing bras less helps to preserve their elasticity and shape, which means you don’t have to replace them as often. Yay for your bank account, boo for the time consuming process.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we are here to talk about organizing your intimates. We'll leave it to you to do the checks that will save your boobies. We can help you save those bras!

We know that in this day and age, many of us are too busy to regularly hand wash our intimates. The good news is there are ways to protect your bras while washing them in the washing machine.

Experts recommend these tips for machine washing:

  • Always use the delicate cycle.
  • Wash with like items. Heavy items like jeans, towels, or sheets can be hard on your bras.
  • Put your bras in a lingerie bag to protect them from getting twisted.
  • Hook your bras closed before washing so they won’t snag other items.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we are here to talk about organizing your intimates. We'll leave it to you to do the checks that will save your boobies. We can help you save those bras!

The biggest tip from experts is to NEVER, EVER, EVER put your bras in the drier. Always hang or lay them flat to dry. If you choose to hang your bras, do so by the middle of the bra (called the gore), not the strap. When you hang by the strap the weight of the cups can stretch our your bra. Which makes the picture below a no-no…but we’re figuring you weren’t planning to hang your bras by the side of the road anyway.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we are here to talk about organizing your intimates. We'll leave it to you to do the checks that will save your boobies. We can help you save those bras!

If you want to stretch out the time between washes Cosmopolitan suggests rinsing your bra in the shower!

Take your bra into the shower with you and rinse it with water, which will help to wick away body oil and skin buildup, then hang it by the center gore to dry. Frequent rinsing will help you cut back on the frequency with which you need to launder your bra, which means it won’t be subjected to the potential damage machine-washing can cause.

Now that’s what we call a fantastic tip! While you’re in the shower rinsing your bra you can also take a few minute for a quick breast check. It’s a win win! Feel for lumps. Save your bumps.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we are here to talk about organizing your intimates. We'll leave it to you to do the checks that will save your boobies. We can help you save those bras!

Take Care and Be Aware

There is no question that Breast Cancer sucks! Breast Cancer is the second leading cause of death in women. So this month take the time to make yourself aware. NationalBreastCancer.org is offering a free breast health guide. Learn more because Together We Can Make A Difference.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we are here to talk about organizing your intimates. We'll leave it to you to do the checks that will save your boobies. We can help you save those bras!

When it comes to bras and boobies…Big Or Small, Let’s Save Them All!

Organize Your Accessories

Are your scarves/belts/sunglasses/bracelets in piles with no place to go? Closet Envy can help you organize your accessories in no time flat!

Get Your Bling On

It’s hard to know which necklace will complete your look when you can’t see the options. An Omni Track wall can be customized to fit your jewelry needs.

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You will love the Double Hook for your necklaces and the Bracelet Hook for your favorite bracelets. Never dig through a knotted pile of jewelry again!

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If you prefer a cleaner look try a Jewelry Drawer. Visible when you need it, closed and sleek when you don’t. We offer a variety of customizable options to fit your accessory collection.

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Tie It Up

When you think accessories you may think about women, but men have accessory organization needs too! Keep your ties sleek and ready to go with our Tie Racks. Your dapper style deserves the best.

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Your belts need some place to go as well. No need to go digging through the dirty clothes to find which pair of pants you left it in. Our Belt Racks will keep that essential accessory ready and waiting.

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A lovely scarf adds a little something extra to any outfit. A Scarf Rack can show the rainbow of choices you have at a glance.

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Our Synergy Elite collection offers a variety of finish options so that your closet can be as pretty as your favorite piece of jewelry!

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Top It Off

If you love a bit of million dollar style you may need a place to store your favorite hats. Grab a Storage Box, or leave shelf space in your custom closet for those stylish hats.

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Whether your project is big or small we have accessory organization ideas to fit them all! Contact Closet Envy today!