Having a small walk-in closet in your bedroom can force you to streamline your belongings so you can make easier choices about what to keep and what to toss.
A walk-in closet is large enough to allow one or more people to open the door and walk into the space to access clothing. (A reach-in closet only lets you open the door to reach in to access clothing.)
Oftentimes both sides of the closet and the far end are filled with rods and storage for clothing and there’s a small “walkway” measuring at least a few feet wide that lets you walk into the space.
Maximizing your closet space is the key to organizing a walk-in closet. From racks to rods, and drawers to bins, the following ideas will help you optimize every square inch of your closet with purposeful storage solutions.