Entry Closet Door Organizer

Here’s another great organizing idea from Redbook: “Keep the basics you reach for as you head out — keys, umbrella, a dog leash — in a clear over-the-door shoe rack. Or think of it as a more-organized junk drawer, where you can stash batteries, rubber bands, or flashlights.” Hidden inside your entry closet, it’s a fantastic idea!

If you enter and exit through your garage, tack this to your garage wall or hang over your door.

More entry organizing ideas:
How to Avoid a Clutter Explosion When You Walk in the Door
Organizing Your Mud Room
Four Inspiring Ideas for Organizing Your Entry

 

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I've been helping people organize their time and space for over 30 years. Nothing is more fulfilling to me than helping others be successful by INTENTIONALLY LIVING out their passions and priorities in a peaceful, organized space. I'm a professional organizer, speaker, and author of the 1-2-3 ... Get Organized series. As a Myers-Briggs personality type facilitator, I was inspired to write my 1-2-3 ... Get Organized series for those personality types who are overwhelmed with organizing their time and space. Each book covers only one aspect of organizing. I'm a mom of two wonderful grown daughters, the wife of my spectacular husband, and a doting grandmother to my new granddaughter. I live in Bozeman, Montana. MY PLACES: www.1-2-3GetOrganized.com http://organizeyourlifein3weeks.com/ https://www.facebook.com/beverlycoggins https://www.facebook.com/pages/1-2-3-Get-Organized/167936317489 https://twitter.com/BeverlyCoggins http://www.linkedin.com/in/123getorganized google+ - Beverly Coggins

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