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Closet Organization Ideas & Tips for Men’s Wardrobes

3 minute read, by Closet America, on Dec 9, 2022

If we’re being honest, women are stereotypically a lot more organized than men. This can be especially true when it comes to closet organization because even stylish and well-dressed men can still struggle to find a closet system that works for them. We feel that this may be due to there being a lot more organization tips online geared towards women. Therefore, we felt we needed to even the playing field and provide some men’s wardrobe design ideas. We believe that everyone, regardless of gender, should have an amazing closet space that’s well suited to their lifestyle. With these ideas, you’ll be able to create a closet system that makes staying organized and styling yourself way easier than ever before! Read on to discover what kind of storage solutions and accessories we’ll suggest for your closet organization.

Men's wardrobe tie rack example from Closet America

Tie Rack

Ties can be tricky to organize in a way that doesn’t leave them wrinkled, keeps each one separated and easy to locate with a glance. We recommend tie racks as a convenient and easy solution that makes your ties easily accessible and prevents wrinkling. They will also display all your ties neatly, so you won’t have to waste time searching for a specific one. 

Tie racks are a closet organization essential for any man’s wardrobe. This is especially true for business professionals and those who like to dress up often. 

Men's wardrobe belt rack example from Closet America

Belt Hooks

Like tie racks, belt hooks are essential for men’s wardrobes and closets. They can be a very simple and straightforward feature, but they’ll make life so much easier. After using one, we guarantee you won’t want to go back to how you stored belts before. 

In case you’re unfamiliar, a belt hook is simply a hook designed for hanging belts through the open space on the buckle. Whereas a belt hanger has multiple of these hooks. Some hangers can be mounted directly to a wall, while others are a part of a larger storage system. 

Men's wardrobe double hanging section example from Closet America

Double Hanging Sections 

When it comes to men’s wardrobe design ideas, having two hanging sections for your dress shirts is one of the best changes you can make to your closet. This is achieved with what is known as a double hanging closet rod. Essentially, rather than having one hanging rod in a closet, you could have two – one on top of the other.

Double hanging sections take full advantage of available wall space and give more places to hang valuable clothing items that you don’t want to get wrinkled. For example, it could prevent wrinkles from forming on your dress shirts, dress pants, sports jerseys, jackets, and more. If you’re the type of guy that prefers to hang your clothes instead of fold them, then this is a men’s wardrobe closet organization feature you need!

Men's wardrobe tilt-out hamper example from Closet America

Built-In Closet Hampers

That’s right, these closet organization ideas aren’t just for your freshly laundered clothes, but also for your dirty ones! You might already have a hamper in your closet, but you might not know where to put it, or maybe there isn’t a good space for it to be where it won’t make navigating the space difficult. 

Thankfully, built-in hampers exist. Built-in hampers appear hidden as they look like just another drawer or closet door. Some versions can either pull or tilt-out whenever you need to toss something in it. The hampers themselves tends to have a removable bag that is secured internally using a wire frame. It’s a clever and convenient addition to any man’s wardrobe or closet. 

Ready to add some of these men’s wardrobe design ideas to your closet? Feeling inspired to create an all-new closet space with custom solutions built just for you? If so, let our team of organizational experts help make things easier! Closet America can outfit your closet with all these features and more that will help you stay organized and maximize your closet space. Contact us today!

Closet America was able to work with my unique circumstances in order to give me the best use of my space.

Amy B.,
Fairfax Station, VA

Let’s Start Your Project

Whether you’re interested in a custom-designed closet, office, pantry, or garage, starting your project couldn’t be easier. Just fill out the attached form or give us a call to schedule your free in-home design consultation. You can download our brochure and you’re welcome to visit our Landover Maryland showroom, to see how beautiful our custom-designed organization systems look in person. We want you to experience the Closet America difference and see how we build organizing solutions for life.

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