The 10 Best Hanging Closet Organizers

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This wiki has been updated 22 times since it was first published in January of 2018. Kids are afraid to look in closets because they think a monster might be hiding in there. Meanwhile, grown-ups realize that, if there is a creature inside, they'd never find it behind all the clothes, shoes, and random junk. These hanging organizers may not keep evil at bay, but they will help you keep your wardrobe neat and tidy, so you never have to be scared of opening that door again. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. StorageWorks 6-Shelf

2. Misslo Dual-Sided

3. Kaleep Multi-Layer

Editor's Notes

September 12, 2019:

Keeping your home organized may feel like a full-time job, but hopefully one of these closest organizers can make your life a little bit easier. They instantly add extra shelves, drawers, or hanging space, without the need for buying expensive furniture or hiring a contractor to make you a new built-in.

Since not everybody has the same storage needs, we wanted to highlight the versatility in these objects. If you are searching for the ideal way to organize jewelry, small accessories, and other sundry items, you'll want to check out the 42-pocket Misslo Dual-Sided. On the other hand, if you need to store larger items like towels and sweaters, the Zober ZO-NW and Richards Homeware 80703 might be better options, as they have deep shelves.

Those who need something equally well-suited to holding large garments as underwear and socks should look to the StorageWorks 6-Shelf. It comes with three pull-out drawers, one of which has dividers for keeping smaller items organized. Another option is the Housen Solutions 9-Compartment, which is divided into large and small shelves.

If you are on the hunt for the most efficient way to keep your shoes organized, you may want to take a look at the Ikea Skubbs or ClosetMaid 31464. However, it is worth nothing that neither of these will be a great choice for large men's shoes. For those, you may need to look at underbed shoe organizers or shoe cabinets.

4. Zober ZO-NW

5. Housen Solutions 9-Compartment

6. Iwill Create Pro 4-layer

7. Ikea Skubbs

8. Richards Homeware 80703

9. ClosetMaid 31464

10. Doiown S-Type

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