So simple and literally nothing to do except buy and install. This idea uses two toilet paper roll hangers and a matching towel rack. The toilet paper roll hangers are face in opposite directions for design aesthetics. The towel rack has small s hooks added to rod to allow for necklace display. Very cool and super easy – we like that the best!
We can hang our clothe up all nice and neat and get that great feeling like we have accomplished a miracle – sort. Then when we come back to our closet and search for just the right thing – we find clothes are falling off the hanger. So much for all of the hard work and accomplishments right? Rubber band to the rescue – place one at the ends of both sides of clothes hanger and this problem is not longer.
Add extra space in your closet by adding pop tops to your closet by adding pop can tops to your hangers. You get more room because hangers take up a lot of space by themselves and staggering them downwards eliminates the need for their space of one hanger next to another. Don’t stop with just one – you potentially could do this to three to five hangers hanging down from the original. This would be a great space saver for clothes out of season.
Its the start of a new year – so here is a tried and tested way to eliminate clothes you no longer use. Turn all of your clothes hangers so they are going from the inside out (opposite from the way you usually hang them). When you use something and it is returned washed hang it on the hanger from the outside in (normal way to hang clothes). After six months you will see what you wear – and see what you never wear. What you never wear can go to be donated to a local charity.
There are two ways to do this:
1: Hang shower curtain rings from a clothes hanger and hang scarves through the shower curtain ring
2: Use white tape and make shower curtain rings as seen in the bottom row of the picture above taping each meeting to clothes hanger or shower curtain ring.
Rings can be found at a dollar store!