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Keeping everything neat and tidy with closet organisers

Practical and versatile closet organisers will help you arrange the entire contents of your wardrobes, cloakrooms, and walk-in closets so that you maximise on space and can find exactly what you are looking for.

Transform your closet

Extend your closet capacity with closet organisers that hang from the rail. Shoe organisers typically provide sufficient space for up to ten pairs of shoes. Hanging closet organisers can also be used to tidy away other items of clothing.

Use magic clothes hangers to optimize the available space in the closet. The ingenious soft flock coated hooks allow you to link up clothes hangers so that you free up space. Hooks are available in 10-50pc packs.

Collapsible storage boxes are perfect for tidying up the bottom and top shelf in your walk-in closet. The compact, folding closet organisers are available in a range of sizes, styles, and colours to complement your décor.

Portable closet organisers with dividers are perfect for sorting underwear, socks, ties, and scarves into neat arrangements inside your drawers.

Utilize wasted floor space

Under bed closet organisers are a bonza idea for turning wasted space into practical storage. Under bed bags made from lightweight PEVA have semi-rigid sides and heavy-duty zippers. Most styles have transparent windows so that you can see what's inside without having to open the bag. Use the generous capacity storage beds to stash away extra bed linen, sweaters and other textiles.

Lavender scented closet organisers keep your clothes smelling fresh, even when they have been stored away for ages.

Maximize your storage

Vacuum closet organisers allow you to instantly maximize your storage. The reusable space saving compression bags are typically supplied in a pair and are ideal for packing away seasonal clothes, bed linen, doonas, and other bulkier items. The transparent bag is compressed by rolling it to release the air trapped inside, resulting in a bag that is reduced in size.

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