UPDATE: This giveaway is CLOSED
The winner is: tahoegrandma
Closets are the #1 home area I am asked to help organize.
I am SO happy to be joining you each Friday to share my passion of organizing with you. Hi, my name is Lisa Woodruff and I blog over at Organize365. I am a professional organizer, author and speaker. You can learn more about the services I used to become a professional organizer here.
Today I am going to be sharing with you about closet organization.
I blog a lot about closets. Master closets, kids closets, project closets, pantries and more! You can see my whole list of posts here.
I LOVE organizing closets because you can organize almost any closet in one appointment. It is usually a dramatic change and one that stays organized long after I leave.
Here are some of my favorite closet organization tricks.
Closet Maid shoe organizers stack beautifully!
I got rid of my dresser and use the drawer organizers above for all my socks and undies.
My daughters closet just didn’t function well so I took all the wire shelving out.
We don’t have a lot of clothes in our home, so I decided to put up real closet rods on the left side…
and shelves on the right.
I love to use this belt hanger for camis.
I also put up shelving in a basement closet for a pantry!
Today I am going to give away this jewelry file. I LOVE it because it is two sided and holds a TON of jewelry!
This giveaway is open for US residents ages 18+. It ends on 2/18/13 at 9 am ET.
Prize Giveaway: 1 Jewelry file
To enter: Tell us how you organize your jewelry now?
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Lisa Woodruff is a professional organizer, author and speaker. Over the past 15 years Lisa has created systems and encouraged hundreds of women as they have organized their time, home and businesses.
Lisa’s latest book, 10 Steps to Organized Paper, is a step by step tutorial to help busy women organize EVERY paper in their homes. Lisa’s unique classifications of paper into: active, reference and daily paper is revolutionizing how women manage their paper.