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10 Space-Saving Dollar Store Closet Organization Hacks

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Is your disorganized closet driving you up the wall? If so, here's how to keep a tidy closet without dropping loads of dough on fancy organization materials. These 10 money-saving hacks will show you how to turn common, affordable items — some of which you may already have in your home — into effective clothes and accessory organizers. So save closet space, save a buck, and save your sanity by reading on!

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S-Hooks & Towel Rail As Purse Hangers

In the closet organization game, hooks and rings that allow you to hang stuff up are your MVPs. Case in point: S-hooks. Use them to hang up purses and free up shelf space. If there's no space on your clothes rail to spare, install a towel rail on the closet wall or door.

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Shower Curtain Rings As Belt Hangers

Like S-hooks, shower curtain rings are another affordable option for hanging up items so that they're visible and within easy access. Here's an idea: use them as an easy way to organize belts.

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Shower Curtain Rings As Scarf Hangers

If you've got all your scarves stuffed in a drawer, chances are you've probably forgotten some of them even exist! Hang them out in the open with shower curtain rings. We suggest smooth plastic rings to prevent snagging.

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Shower Rings & Clothes Hanger for Tights

Instead of digging through drawers for the right pair of tights to match your outfit, use a clothes hanger and smooth plastic shower rings to hang them up in your closet for easy view and access. We suggest hanging them conveniently right next to your skirts.

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Pool Noodles As Stand-Up Boot Inserts

Tall boots take up less space when stored upright and not drooping over. Plus, they look so much cuter that way, am I right? Cut pool noodles to size and use them as inserts to make your boots stand at attention and reduce their closet space footprint.

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Paper Towel Holder As Bracelet Organizer

Make good use of vertical space by repurposing a paper towel holder as an upright organizer for your bangles.

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Wire Grid Sunglasses Organizer

Get the most out of unused closet wall space by hanging up a wire grid (found online or in the garden department of many stores) to keep all your sunglasses on display and within easy reach.

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Pan Rack as Flats & Flip Flops Organizer

Storing flats and flip flops sideways are a great way to organize them and conserve precious closet space. Use a pan rack, pot lid rack, or dish rack to keep them all in order and easy to see.

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Cup Hooks As Necklace Hangers

Cup hooks are super cheap and their uses are practically endless. Among other tasks, they're great at keeping necklaces organized and untangled.

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S-Hooks & Baskets for Under Shelf Storage

If you've got loads of air space between your upper shelves and closet rails, this is the perfect hack for you. Create more storage by hanging laundry baskets underneath the shelves using S-hooks (if you've got wire shelves) or large cup hooks/utility hooks for wood/MDF shelves.

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