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Best Closet Organizers You Can Buy on Amazon

To save you time, we did all the hard work for you; compiling a list of the top 15 life-changing closet organizers you'll wish you'd known about sooner.


Best for “worn once” clothes


All those clothes you’ve worn once that are too clean to toss in the hamper will now have a home, and, hint: it isn’t on the back of a chair. InstaHanger’s foldaway drying rack is the perfect place to hang things you’ll wear again before washing. Made of sturdy metal you receive two racks and each one holds up to 60 pounds. For a more organized wardrobe, you need to stop making these 12 biggest closet organizing mistakes.

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Best for more shelf space

The easiest way to get shelf space into your closet is by hanging this five shelf closet organizer. Use the hooks to hang it from the closet bar or a wire closet organizer. This sturdy organizer is the perfect place to store clothes that can’t be hung, like a heavy sweater, or clothes you prefer to fold. Plus, there are six mesh pockets on the side to house small accessories.

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Best for preventing dropped clothes

Streamline the look and functionality of your closet with these 50, heavy-duty, slim, swivel, velvet hangers. Not only do all-of-a-same hanger give your closet a uniform look, but they save space too! The best part is the velvet flocking prevents clothes from slipping off and pooling on the floor of the closet.

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Best for dividing hangers

Copy a clever storage trick from clothing stores by using these pop-on dividers to separate type of clothing, styles, or seasons. Hang one of the 12 write-on dividers between clothes; that way you can easily find what you are looking for.

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Best for preventing toppling piles

Keep those neat piles of folded clothes from toppling by sliding an Evelots shelf separator between the stacks. Not only will you be able to store more by making taller piles, but you won’t be frustrated when they fall. You get eight to use between purses, linens, or clothing.

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Best for parking your purses

This hanging handbag organizer by Longterm gives you dust-free storage for ten or more handbags, depending on their size. Simply hang it from the closet bar using the two included stainless steel hooks and you have a convenient spot to store bags when not in use. Love accessories? Check out these clever ways to store jewelry.

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Best for accessories

The S-factor is what makes these pants hangers by Doiown so versatile. Use this set of three hangers for belts, scarves, ties, even statement necklaces, and, of course, pants. Pro tip: use one of the three hangers in the hall closet for seasonal accessories like winter scarves.

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Best for maximizing door space

Put that space on the back of the door to good use with this Simplehousewares over-door pocket organizer. The four, easily accessible, generous size pockets are each 13-inches wide. Effortlessly drop everyday accessories inside and see what’s there through the clear windows. Bonus, this also works inside a closet hung on the closet bar.

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Best for doubling hanging space

Imagine doubling your hanging space with a single item—that’s exactly what the Simplehousewares closet hanging rod does. No tools are required to install this double hang bar, simply hang it like a clothes hanger and it is ready to use. Now you’ll be able to utilize all the available vertical space in the closet.

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Best clever shoe storage

Clear the closet floor with a slim storage tower that gets shoes up at eye level without sacrificing much storage space. No more struggling to find shoes on the floor of the closet. Pro tip: with the floor of the closet mostly clear you can roll in carts or slide in storage containers for more storage options.

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Best shoe space saver

Shoe Slots are an ingenious way to store two shoes in the space of a single shoe. This two-tier slanted organizer lets to keep each pair together by storing one on top of the other. It works for almost any shoe (high or low heels, sneakers, sandals, etc. plus small kids shoes as well as larger men’s shoes).

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Best for corralling the caps

Save space while keeping your hats crease-free by storing them in the Boxy Concepts hat rack. Simply wrap the hook and loop fastener around the bar in the closet. With ten separate shelves specifically designed to protect caps, you’ll finally have a place for all those hats.

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Best custom closet make-over

Create a custom closet without the custom price tag. The Rubbermaid Configurations Custom Closet Kit fits any walk-in or reach-in closet with at least one wall four to eight feet wide. With telescoping rods and expanding shelves that adjust to add up to 20 feet of shelving space, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without this. Find out more secrets of people who live a clutter-free life.

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Best for reaching hard-to-reach spots

Although not technically a storage solution, this Acko folding step stool is a big help. It raises you up an extra 11 inches, allowing you to reach the storage you do have. When you can easily reach the stuff you’ve stored, you can fully utilize the space.

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Best for lighting up your storage

Vont’s Motion Sensor Light is the best storage accessory to light up those dim spots. Maximize the storage potential by seeing the available space. These three, battery-powered, LED units, run on AAA batteries. Installation is a breeze; they stick anywhere using the enclosed adhesive pads or magnet and power off after thirty seconds of no movement. Next, read on to find out about the 17 products from the Container Store you need in your life.

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Jamie Novak
Jamie Novak is a globally recognized professional organizer who regularly contributes to She has more than 20 years of experience covering the home-organizing industry. Novak wrote Keep This Toss That: the practical guide to tidying up, a top selling book for Reader's Digest. She’s been seen on HGTV, QVC, and national morning talk shows. Her work has appeared in magazines from Better Homes and Gardens to Real Simple. Connect with Novak at, @JamieNovak, or using the hashtag #KeepThisTossThat