When we switched bedrooms, we switched closets too. I knew one thing I wanted to improve in the new closet was my belt storage. They’ve been tangled and tossed onto a shelf since we moved in.
When I still lived with my parents, I came up with a solution that worked very well for belts: cup hooks.
In the past, I’ve screwed the cup hooks directly into the drywall or plaster of the wall. However, this time I decided to go for something more portable so that I can move it if I ever relocate closets again. Screwing the cup hooks into a length of wood worked. Then I simply screwed the wood into the wall of the closet.
Super simple DIY. Super simple storage. My happiness is not commensurate with the simplicity of this project.
How do you organize your belts? Who else is a fan of cup hooks? Does organization make you happy?
Well I only have 2. And one of them is lost, probably under the pile of building materials in my basement. I guess that answers your third question too.
Oh Chad! Organization will come. So too will the end of renovations… or at least a slowing down. Thanks for the smile.
Great idea! I have a slide out belt holder in my closet, but this is great! It’s also a great way to organize necklaces and keep them from getting tangled up, too. I found a flat board that I painted and put several rows of cup hooks to hold all of my necklaces. No more hair-pulling, tangled masses of chain! 🙂
I need a necklace solution. Yours sounds great!
I love organization! I don’t have enough belts for that, but it’s great. I also love recovering previous levels of organization, long after a move. Feels so good!
That does feel really good. It’s about reclaiming just that little bit of control.
belt rack is a convenient way to keep your belts organized.
Absolutely. This is a very helpful storage solution.