Honey-Can-Do BTS-01584 Closet/Dorm Organization Kit, White
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- Eight piece kit solves your organizing problems
- Shoe rack keeps shoes organized and out of sight
- Eight-shelf organizer comes with four storage drawers
- Clothing hamper and laundry bag are perfect to organize laundry trips
- Limited lifetime warranty
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This eight-piece kit helps you keep your dorm room or home organized. View larger.
For many college students, living in a dorm means desperately trying to cram essentials into a shared space that's barely big enough for one person. Having a roommate and being part of a dorm community can be great for your social life, but it demands careful organization.
With this all-inclusive kit, you'll get a place for everything without cluttering up your space, whether its a dorm room, apartment, den, or guest room.
Over-the-Door Shoe Rack Holds 12 Pairs of Shoes
First, a 20-inch by 57-inch shoe rack hangs over any traditional closet door to keep 12 pairs of shoes organized, off the floor, and out of sight. Complete with durable nylon pouches, this rack is made of sturdy polyester that holds up over time. You can even store jewelry, scarves, gloves, or small electronic items in the pouches. And to make things easy, the pouches wipe clean in seconds and are see-through so you can quickly find what you're looking for.
Laundry Bag and Pop-Up Hamper Put Laundry in Its Place
A mesh laundry bag and a medium-sized pop-up hamper help you organize your dirty clothes without having to look at them every day. It's likely you'll be regularly stuffing your hamper to the brim, so it measures a generous 19 inches by 14 inches and has a spiral steel frame for support. At the same time, however, the hamper is compact enough to be easily closed and stored in a small space, such as a corner or closet.
When you finally get around to washing your clothes, the lightweight and sturdy laundry bag with drawstring will get you to the laundry room without spilling any garments along the way.
Eight-Shelf Hanging System Holds Everything from Sweaters to Socks
To help keep your clothes easily accessible, an eight-shelf hanging organizer offers endless possibilities. Keep bulky sweaters and jackets on one shelf, socks, hosiery, or ties on another, and use the remaining shelves to hold pants, shirts, and accessories, such as hats or scarves. For items that require a bit more care--such as dresses, blouses, or sports jackets--there are four storage drawers that can be used as stand-alone units or can be fitted into the shelves.
What's in the Box
One over-the-door, 12-pair shoe rack; one mesh laundry bag; one medium mesh pop-up hamper; and one eight-shelf hanging organizer with four storage drawers.
Top Customer Reviews
2. together they easily hold a month worth of clothes. I think I do laundry less than ANY of my friends so this shouldn't be a problem for equally lazy people. +2
3. I only own like 3 pairs of shoes including sandals, but my roomy thought of a rad drinking game with the door hanging shoe holder thing because beers fit in it JUST AS WELL :) +1
4. The containers are definitely more helpful than i expected them to be! When I first saw them, they looked like they would add to my clutter. But then i realized how much crap i have around with no place to go... these bins are now full! :) +2
5. When I got this, the WHITE one was on sale, not the blue one!?!? I like blue but honestly who really cares about color +-0
The last one I kept for my toddler. Instead of using the shoe hanging rack for shoes, we actually put some stuffed animals, puppets, and small board books in there and it hangs right next to his bed. He loves the clear pockets so he can see what he wants to read and the hanging clothes organizer is also great. He is at that age where he wants to dress himself so the hanging organizer allows him to see and pick out his own clothes. The hamper doubles up as a toy storage bin which he likes as well. Great set which is definite value for the price.
I looked at a lot of the closet organization "systems" and they were all to expensive, I just needed a few things to help me get stuff off the floor and in order. I saw that this was designed for a dorm room but thought that it would serve our purpose nicely. The shoe rack works, it gets the shoes off the floor and should hold all of my shoes. The pop up hamper is small, smaller than I expected but I actually like it. I have to wash sooner because it is so small so it keeps the laundry from becoming overwhelming. The mesh bag is a little useless for us, but I could see how this would be very useful for a college kid or someone with roommates. I particularly like the hanging device with the little drawers. I can put loose small things in the drawers, my small purses/ shoes other accessories can go in the remaining slots. It also helped to provide storage for my husbands random hunting calls or whatever he had stored in our closet.
For the price, you cannot beat this. I found all of the items inside to be useful in some way or another. I would recommend this product to anyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
worth 5 dollars. It can hold 2 ti shirts..
Do not buy! I tried to return it and it was a nightmare.
Good product and more durable than I thought it would be. I live in a studio apartment and needed something for my closet to store items in. I like the laundry basket as well. Read morePublished on December 20, 2012 by Amy E. Crouch
This works great for small closets you have to make work for two people. I love using it and it looks great.Published on February 14, 2011 by Bsmom
just got it, have used the cubes you hang and they seem fairly sturdy, have not put shoes in the shoe holder yet. the laundry basket is very sturdy made. Read morePublished on April 19, 2010 by Rosemary
I purchased two of these. I love the Velcro around the bar. that holds the bag up. I used the drawers to add to the hanging shelf even-though it still leaves space between it... Read morePublished on December 10, 2009 by michael alexander