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    Find Apartments With Walk-in Closets Near USF

    Walk-in Closets

    When you sign a 12-month lease for an apartment near USF, you shouldn't have to pick and choose what clothes and personal belongings you bring to your new home. Even with a walk-in closet, it can be a challenge to keep your room organized. Consider some of the following tips to stay organized and make the most of your walk-in closet!

    Consider closet organizers: Most apartment closets utilize white wired hanging racks. That doesn't mean you can't get creative with adding closet organizers! Look for hanging shelves, shoe racks, and even over the door organizers. You can find inexpensive organizers at your local Walmart or Target.
    Add storage furniture pieces: Some dressers can easily fit in your walk-in closet. This will give you plenty of room for your foldable clothes and can act as a shelf under your hanging clothes. A bookshelf is another good option for additional storage. And don't forget about plastic stackable drawers as an affordable storage addition!
    Pick up some baskets and hooks: Baskets are perfect for holding those odds and ends you just can't find a home for. You find cheap coordinating baskets for a cohesive feel. Whether you decide on fancier hooks or easy to remove command hooks, these are a way to store jewelry, hats, and more.
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