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Organization tips from Woodlands woman with largest closet

The Woodlands woman with the largest closet in the nation knows something about organization.

Theresa Roemer – who was featured on ABC’s “Good Morning America” last summer with her 3,000-square-foot, $500,000, three-story closet – says any closet, big or small, can be clutter free.

Roemer has recently launched a fashion line, True and Real, with Houston designer David Peck, available at true-and-real.com. You can see some of the items from that line in the gallery above.

She offers the following tips to organize your closet:

If you can’t see it, you won’t wear it. There’s no such thing as tucking it in a drawer. Try open shelving options to make sure all items are visible.

Rotate items seasonally. And if you don’t wear it or if it doesn’t fit, toss it.

Place like items together. Your space will look neat and tidy with all like items in the same area.

Invest in good quality hangers. Your clothes will thank you, and the closet will look uniform.

Customize the space. If you have lots of handbags or shoes, you may need more shelves or racks. Your closet should fit your individual needs.

Use extra wall space. Hooks and dowels can make use of empty wall space to hang bags, robes, even belts or ties, and scarves.

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