Organize a Small Closet With These 15 Products Under $30
Control closet chaos with these effective, budget-friendly organization buys from Bed Bath & Beyond.
Most of us aren't blessed with the luxury of having a celebrity-sized closet. You know, closets with shelves just for shoes, glass display cases for accessories and a beautiful revolving carousel for clothes. In fact, most of us don’t even have a walk-in closet to store all of our stuff. Reach-in closets are typically plenty of space if you know how to keep everything properly organized. Whether it's out-of-season clothes or belts and scarves, there’s an easy and affordable way to keep it all within reach while staying in control of closet chaos and clutter.
Organize Your Clothes
Need to increase your closet capacity without a complete overhaul? Try this adjustable hanging rod. Simply hang this sturdy bar from your existing closet bar for extra hanging space. The rod can expand up to 36 inches wide and up to 30 inches long.
If your tiny closet is busting at the seams, then a garment rack may be exactly what you need. This adjustable garment rack fits perfectly in any space and can be adjusted up to 67 inches in height. Plus, rolling casters make it easy to move around the room.
This hanging organizer is a great way to keep sweaters, shirts and other accessories neatly stored and easily accessible. It comes with six large shelves to create valuable storage space where there isn’t any.
Establish order on your closet shelves with heavy-duty shelf dividers. Each divider easily locks over any solid shelf to keep things nice and tidy. This is perfect for keeping sweaters, purses and linens organized.
Take the hassle out of folding and storing clothes with this t-shirt organizing system. With a folding template included, you can get a perfect t-shirt fold every time. Dividers rest on top of each other and interlock in the back so you can pull a shirt out of the middle without messing up the rest. What a dream!
Whether you need to store out-of-season clothes at the bottom of your closet or on a shelf up top, these garment storage bags will keep everything neat and dust-free. Each bag features a full-access zipper and a clear top so you can see exactly what’s inside when you need it.
Hangers may not seem like an organizing necessity, but they so are. These sleek, velvet hangers offer space-saving functionality with a slimline design and handy accessory bar for holding belts, scarves and ties. The velvet covering and flocked top keep clothes securely in place — no slipping! You can literally organize an entire outfit with just one hanger.
Organize Your Shoes
Keep your shoes (at least 30 pairs) organized while using the least amount of closet space with this over-the-door shoe rack. It features adjustable hooks to fit over virtually any door and comes with mesh backings to prevent shoes from sliding around.
This two-tier shoe rack is one of Bed Bath & Beyond’s best-selling closet products, and it’s easy to see why. It takes up little floor space and holds up to six pairs of shoes. Need more storage? Interlocking shelves allow for multiple units to be connected horizontally and stacked vertically for a custom fit.
Organize Your Accessories
This 16-hook over-the-door organizer makes it easy to keep scarves, belts and more neatly contained in one place. No door? No problem! The rack can be wall-mounted, too.
Save precious closet space and protect delicate scarves with a scarf hanger. The velvet flocked surface keeps silk fabrics in place, prevents snagging and can hold up to 32 scarves with ease.
That pile of ties will be a thing of the past once you start using this hanging organizer. The narrow design takes up little closet space, while the velvet surface keeps ties from slipping off the hooks. You can hold and organize up to 20 ties or belts on this little hanger.
If you’re short on space, your closet can be the perfect place to house your jewelry collection. These faux leather trays are stackable and can organize your bracelets, rings, necklaces, watches and more.
If you have a little vertical space to spare, try adding a hook rail. These heavy-duty double hooks can be used to hang coats, hats, bags and anything else that needs to be hung off the floor but kept close at hand.
And for anything and everything else that needs an organized spot in your closet, go with baskets. These plastic, wicker-style baskets come in four sizes and are attractive enough to display or hide on a closet shelf. Use baskets to store socks, swimsuits, hats, purses and other miscellaneous accessories that may not have an obvious home.
Get the organized closet of your dreams with our storage strategies.
You don't need a walk-in to have a closet that works for you.