Mission Organization: Closet Rescue | DIY Highlights

On Monday, I shared the DIY projects I used in my closet.  Today, I’m sharing my favorite parts of Tori and Beth‘s closet makeover.  Y’all.  Prepare to be amazed.

I’ll start with Beth’s DIYs.

She has wire shelves in her closet and was tired of things falling through the wires. To solve this problem she made these adorable shelf liners! I can’t wait to see how these look in her finished closet!  This is such a great idea if you don’t like wire shelves but don’t want to spend a fortune to replace them!

Photo Credit : SoMuchMoore.Net
Photo Credit : www.SoMuchMoore.Net

For a laundry basket, Beth repurposed a bin she previously used in her living room by adding a liner.  How pretty is this?

industrial-laundry-basket
Photo Credit : www.somuchmoore.net

Tori shared her favorite tips for organizing her closet and a few products that she loves.

She used command hooks to hang belts in her closet.  I’ve already ordered (affiliate link) these on Amazon Prime to incorporate in my final closet reveal!

command-hooks

I’m also going to use her idea for storing scarves on shower hooks.  This totally beats cramming them over the hanger!

organized-scarves
Photo credit: www.messtoblessed.com

I can’t wait to finish up my closet and share it with you guys on Monday!  I’ll see you back on Friday with a non-closet post!

In the mean time…send your pictures to Amanda at lifeonthebaybushblog dot com or you can tag me in your pictures on Instagram @ thebaybush , on Facebook @thebaybush , and on Pinterest @thebaybush

Follow Beth on Instagram @bethsomuchmoore, on Pinterest @ somuchmoore and on facebook @Beth Leininger Moore

Keep track of Tori by following @ messtoblessed.com, on Instagram @messtoblessed, on Pinterest @ Mess to Blessed and on facebook @ Mess to Blessed

Find out what Mission Organization is about here.

Read about Phase 1 of Mission Organization here.

And find Phase 2 of Mission Organization here.

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