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The Closet Works Blog

Tips and tricks from organizational and custom closet experts on how you can live an organized life.

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Take Back Your House! Declutter and Donate Your Kids’ Toys

By: Closet Works Inc.
December 13th, 2018

If you have a child, you know what toy-related destruction looks like. Leave them to play in their playroom or bedroom for 10 minutes and you’ll return to toys everywhere—so much so that it’s hard to understand how such a mess could be made in such a short amount of time.

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Your Holiday Organization Checklist

By: Closet Works Inc.
November 2nd, 2018

The holiday season is right around the corner, which means it’s time to begin thinking about shopping, cooking, event planning and even some merrymaking. To help you get organized (and stay sane) so you can focus on celebrating with friends and family rather than stressing over tasks, we’ve put together some tips.

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Keep Your Mudroom Clean and Organized

By: Closet Works Inc.
September 21st, 2018

If you’re lucky enough to have a mudroom, you already have a designated space for you and your family to keep shoes, coats, gloves, scarves, umbrellas, school bags and virtually anything else they frequently carry out the door to work, school, sports practice and more.

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4 High-Clutter Drop Zones and How To Organize Them

By: Closet Works Inc.
June 15th, 2018

You get home from a busy day of work with just enough time to check on dinner in the slow cooker and make sure your kid is ready for soccer practice. You’ve got about 10 minutes before you need to leave for practice and, as is typical at 5:30 p.m. in the middle of the week, the house is a bit of a mess. There’s a bunch of clutter near the door, on the kitchen counter, in your closet and the laundry room. These areas, where your family deposits their sports gear, backpacks and workbags, dirty clothes, mail and shoes, are called “drop zones.” If you don’t have an organization strategy for these various spots, they’ll quickly become unwieldy and cluttered. Here’s how to organize four drop zones around your house. Entryway/Mudroom The entrance used most frequently at your home or even by your front door—whether it’s a mudroom or the entryway off your garage—naturally becomes a spot for coats, work and school bags, shoes, sports equipment, lunch boxes and anything else your family uses daily.

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What to Expect When The Closet Works Comes To Your Home

By: Closet Works Inc.
April 13th, 2018

Whether you’re interested in finally creating an organized “drop zone” near your entryway or you’re taking the leap and adding custom closets to your home, the first step in the process is an in-home consultation.

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Declutter and Digitize These 4 Things for Less Home Office Clutter

By: Closet Works Inc.
December 7th, 2017

Bills, bank statements, tax forms, papers from school. Walk into your home office and you can probably spot all of these papers—and more—dotting your desk, the top of your filing cabinet, or even your desk chair.

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