Closet Tie Racks

Learn about closet storage solutions for this key men's wardrobe accessory with these tie rack-organization tips.

Sliding Tie and Belt Rack

Sliding Tie and Belt Rack

This tie and belt rack from Closet Maid slides forward to permit easy access and keeps everything neat and tidy.

By: Caroline Shannon-Karasik
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Like a crisp, collared shirt or shiny pair of shoes, a tie is a classic piece of many gentlemen's wardrobes. But while it's quite simple for this fundamental clothing accessory to get lost in the mix of any closet, a well-placed tie rack can make all the difference in keeping a space organized.

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Make it Your Own

Not all storage options have to match. This closet features a wooden storage system and white shelves that frame the space, giving the design an eclectic look with lots of personality. Photo courtesy of California Closets.

Rustic and Organized

A rustic barn door that slides along a top track offers a nice design detail for this space. Let your imagination be creative with door options that add character to your well-organized space. Photo courtesy of Rubbermaid

Keep Style in Mind

While it's especially important to make smart use of space, don't leave out your sense of style. This closet uses higher shelves to store seasonal clothing in bright red canvas baskets that pop against the wall color. Photo courtesy of ClosetMaid

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His Closet

A masculine approach mixes functional with a classic color palette. Hanging storage in smaller sections tend to stay neater and are ideal for shirts and pants. Photo courtesy of ClosetMaid

Hard-Working Foyer Closet

There is storage space for everyone in the family in this foyer closet. A variety of shelves and rods provide an easy grab-and-go approach in this ClosetMaid system. Creating a place for every item eliminates clutter.

Decorative Display

Getting ready in this space is nothing less than enjoyable. Shoes are neatly displayed in a vertical row alongside custom shelves, which feature a place for perfume and small items. When the doors are open you can easily locate all of your belongings. Photo courtesy of ClosetMaid

Curtain Doors Add Character

Folding closet doors can pinch little fingers. To keep a child's closet easily accessible with great style, consider replacing the doors with curtains that complement the space. Photo courtesy of ClosetMaid

The Teenage Boy

This closet design is sure to keep his clothes off the floor. Wire systems are functional and work well with a teenage wardrobe. From guitars to board games, this design provides a space to showcase all of his personal belongings. Photo courtesy of ClosetMaid

Lighting with Ease

Good lighting can make a huge impact by illuminating your closet design and wardrobe. For convenience, use a closet light that switches on and off automatically. Photo courtesy of California Closets.

Modern Style

Pocket glass doors are a great option for a space with modern style. The green, black and white color palette can be found in every design element, from storage bins to the wire closet system. Photo courtesy of Rubbermaid

Several customizable tie rack options are available at a multitude of stores, including over-the-door and wall-mounted systems. Some tie racks can even be hung from a closet rod, making setup a cinch. Drawer inserts that allow ties to be individually organized are also an easy addition to any closet.

Carousel tie racks that can be operated manually or with battery power are a helpful option for those who have a large number of ties or are simply looking to upgrade their closet organization. These mobile organizers also allow for ultimate visibility and accessibility.

Of course, a simple do-it-yourself option is to assemble a wall-mounted tie rack from a wood plank and pegs that can be purchased from most home improvement stores. This budget-friendly choice is also suitable for small closets with little shelf space.

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