Clothes racks – In some homes have storage space at a premium. The more clothes you buy, the more storage you need. Clean out your attic, garage or basement thoroughly to create a storage space. Frame in area with drywall for a more permanent cabinet. Turn a room you do not use in a walk-in closet. Use clothes racks or go all the way by collecting a premade closet organizer system.
Recycle your furniture. Cupboards and wardrobes you can use for bedding or even electronics can make good places to put clothes racks. Eliminate clutter in your closet. Make three stacks for clothes and other items you want to keep, one for items you want to throw and third for items you want to donate. Combining pieces of clothing and store them in hanging bags to create space. Pack your clothes in plastic vacuum sealed storage bags as space bags.
Install a closet system. Add more clothes racks. Put your shirt on a pole and add another one below other staple items. Add shelves above the existing shelf for storing sweaters, shoes and hats. Large seasonal clothes in plastic buckets and boxes. Buying clear containers to make it easy to see what each contains.