Create the Closet of your Dreams


We are all well aware of the standard closet set-up. A single closet rod running the length of your closet, and a single wire shelf above – if you’re lucky. Boxes, shoes, and other items tend to get stacked on the shelf and underneath the hung clothes, and your closet door is always closed to prevent items from spilling out and revealing your clutter.

The closet is one of the last places you think about re-decorating, after all who is going to see your closet? We always think about how to re-organize the household closet to better suit our everyday lives, but the project gets daunting when you pull items out of the closet and they are scattered around the bedroom.

In the words of corny infomercials, “there must be a better way!”

It does not take a lot of money to turn your small closet into a well organized system that will leave your relatives seething with jealousy! Basic closet kits with closet rods and wire shelves start at $150 while more professional looking kits range around the $300 and $700 range. Think you don’t have nearly enough money to afford a new closet? Take an dime-challenge empty 2 liter bottle and fill the container with your spare dimes over the year. Once full, the bottle will contain around $500 to $700! With that amount of dough, and any other coins you’ve squirreled away, you can easily afford a gorgeous new bedroom closet.

freedomRail systems are incredibly popular as they provide high end quality at a fraction of the cost. These closet systems are constructed from long-lasting steel material and finished in your choice of color. The high-end configurations come with beautiful wooden shelves to provide a modern and contemporary look to your closet space.

Accessories such as pull-out wire baskets, sliding drawers, shoe racks, double closet rods, storage shelves, and other items are also available so you can keep everything perfectly organized in your closet alongside your garments.

The freedomRail closet systems are designed to mount directly to the wall and they will not pull away from sheetrock or drywall once installed. They are also completely customizable so you can re-configure them as your storage needs change over the years. This allows you to keep your closet up-to-date without needing to replace it.

Organize-It, along with many other retailers, offers pre-designed closet configurations so all you have to do is order the set and then follow the assembly instructions to transform your ordinary closet space into the closet of your dreams. The products are also sold on an individual basis so you can design your own custom closet with help from the Closet Design Tool from Organize-It. pantry

You are not just limited to bedroom closets. The Closet Design Tool allows you to customize your own pantry, kid’s closet, master closet, linen closet, and other closet spaces so you can create the perfect storage solution for any room in your home!  Don’t wait any longer to turn your household into a well organized paradise.

Get organized with shelf dividers

Have a small closet or shelf? There are lots of things you can do to get the most out of your space. If you’re working with a small space, utilize shelf dividers to maximize your space. When you add dividers you can use more vertical space; the sides allow you to better contain stacks of folded clothes or organize large accessories. These attachments are also great in hall closets, kitchen pantries and much more.

Here are some of my favorite styles:

  •  Wire Shelf Dividers: If you currently have a wire closet system, then wire dividers are the way to go. The wire shelf organizers are designed to fit either tight mesh wire shelving or standard wire shelving and are constructed from sturdy steel wire with a durable white epoxy finish to maintain their clean look for years. These dividers attach with a simple squeeze; push the sides together so the bottom hooks to your wire shelf then release to secure them.
  • Acrylic Shelf Dividers: If you’re looking for more of a streamlined appearance, acrylic dividers are a great choice. Acrylic dividers provide a more solid build; attach these organizers to solid shelves to create organized cubbies. If you have a custom closet system with shelves, this option is for you. Now you can organize folded clothes with ease and utilize the totality of shelves because you can stack clothes taller.
  • Divider, Shelf Duo: Looking for even more storage surface? This multi-use piece allows you to divide up already existing shelves while creating MORE shelf space for your goods! This organizer slides over the edge of a shelf, creating a solid structure of two dividers connected by a top shelf. Now you can keep small pieces from falling over while creating a sturdy way to utilize every vertical inch of existing shelves.