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  1. September 25, 2014
    Liz says

    I am a big seasonal organizer. I have three totes of sweaters, coats, and jeans that I set aside so I can have room in my closet for my summer clothes, and then as the weather changes, I make the slow transition and trade them out.

    I also love shelving. It can be a life saver. And if there isn’t any room in the closet to build up, I just move it outside the closet and put pretty fabric on the front of it to hide the clothes.

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  2. September 25, 2014
    Lisa says

    I have bins on my top shelf for out of season shoes. I label everything, so one side says boots and the other says sandals. When I swap them out, I simply flip the bin around.

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  3. September 25, 2014

    I live in the tropics so we don’t even have seasons, but I’m very lucky to have a built in wardrobe with both shelving and rails for hangers. But I won’t lie, sometimes organising it can be a brat. P.S Your apartment is looking so cute!!

    Elleosophy

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  4. September 25, 2014

    You are so clever, everything looks fabulous.
    Love you soooo much,

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  5. September 30, 2014

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  6. October 3, 2014
    Lauren says

    Your apartment looks so cute! I love the brick walls and white accents. Kudos!

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  7. October 24, 2014
    Bob Strong says

    My wife and I have been living like this for so many years now. It’s going to be incredible to finally move into our new home and have a build in wardrobe. I can’t wait to have all of that open space. We will finally be able to fit all of our clothes in the closet. http://www.wardrobeselectioncentre.com.au/wardrobes/built-in-wardrobes.html

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