Do you want to organize your closet on a budget but are worried about the cost of getting organized? You no longer need to worry.
If you are tired of your stuffed and messy closet you aren’t alone. Have you been planning to get your closet organized but it hasn’t gotten done yet? Well no worries you can get it done.
If you are worried that having an organized closet means spending big money don’t worry about it. You can organize your closet on a budget and it can still look amazing and be really functional.
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I think that it is so important to get your home organized while also not spend a lot of money. You
First step declutter
Before we start organizing your closet we need to do some decluttering. Decluttering is my favorite part of the organizing process because it’s so freeing to get rid of things that you don’t use or need.
Start by taking everything out of your closet. Then start purging, purging and purging. You shouldn’t have to spend so much time trying to figure out what to wear because you have way too much in your closet.
Get rid of all the clothes that no longer fit and that you no longer wear. Doing this will make your life less stressful because it will make getting ready much faster and easier.
A great added benefit of decluttering your clothes and closets is that you will have less laundry. Who doesn’t want less laundry to do?
Don’t know what to declutter? Here is the big list of things to declutter today this list will get you started and help you get rid of a ton of
Step two: Use What you already own
When you want to organize your closet on a budget or really any other place in your home on a budget it’s a good idea to use things around your home that you already own.
I found a shoe holder like this one from amazon that we owned already but weren’t using. I hung it up in my closet and used it to put scarves and beanies in. This keeps them all in one place and organized and since I found something I already owned it cost me no extra money.
Step three: Get organization products that are inexpensive
1 If like me you have a lot of clothing that you fold that you’d still like to keep I your closet I recommend this hanging shelf organizer. This is what we use to organize all our t-shirts so we don’t have to hang them all.
2 A shoe rack is a great way to keep your shoes together and organized. This will help you keep them off the floor and in a big pile.
3 Save space in your closet with these space saving hangers. I’m ordering some of these for my daughter. She’s 14 and has more clothes than anyone I know and needs to maximize her closet space.
4 These foldable storage bins are a great way to organize your bras, socks and underware
Find DIY Closet Organizers
A great way to do a project like organizing your closet while on a budget is to do some DIY things to help you get what you need for less money than buying all new stuff. Here are a few of my favorite DIY closet organizers that you can give a try.
1 You can help your kids keep their closets more organized and make getting ready each day with these daily clothes hangers from Make Life Lovely
2 Organize your purses with this $5 Purse Organization Trick from Design Build Love. Such a great way to organize for not much money
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3 Organize all of the ties taking up space with this simple DIY Tie Rack from Craftaholics Anonymous
4 Do you have lots of jewelry that needs help getting organized. This DIY Jewelry organizer from Our Home Made Easy could be the solution you need.
5 You can organize your closet with inexpensive bins from the dollar store and cute labels. Get the labels from in my own style
6 These rolling crate bins that are super functional, cute and inexpensive. You can find them over on I can Teach my Child
7 Add a rod to maximize empty dead space and get the most out of your closet. Like shown over at 320 Sycamore Blog
8 If you’ve got some DIY skill you can do a full DIY Closet Organizer like this one from Houseful of Homemade. I love the look if this but I’m not very skilled with DIY projects that require power tools.
I hope this post gave you some new ideas on how to organize your closet on a budget. It is possible to organize your home and still not spend a lot of money. It takes a little creativity and planning that’s all.