Just because you have a tiny space, doesn't mean you can't make it work for every purpose you need. You first need to define the purposes of the space and then take out everything that is not part of that purpose. You will also need to edit out things that would be part of that purpose in the past, but no longer serve you in the way you need now. Thi
In this example, the closet space is 8x6 with a depth of 22 inches. Not a large closet by any means. The main purpose the closet is of course clothes storage. Yet there were many clothes that were no longer used, liked, fit or worn. Same for shoes, belts, accessories, boots and bags. Belts and jewelry was stored on an over the door hanger and are easily viewable. Everything was pared down to what is essential and used every month. The rest was donated.
The other defined purpose of the closet was for business file storage. A simple two drawer filing container was used. The top drawer is information that is used more often and the bottom drawer is reference files and education materials. A small file holder keeps everyday files in clear view and allows easy access.
Two small bins to the left holds a small collection of stamping materials and pre-made cards. The rest of the collection is stored in a craft area. This allows quick access to a few items and is easily carried back to the main crafting area. Notice that enough space was allowed to pull the bins out from their storage area.
Finally, there had to be storage for a few winter sweatshirts and, of course, hats. Hats are not easy items to store. They are bulky, can't be bent and need to be in a relatively dust free environment. In this example, there are 13 hats stored in this tiny closet.
Think you don't have enough room for everything? I challenge you to reconsider "enough".
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