Jan. 7, 2010— -- When you open your closet door, do you worry about an avalanche of stuff hitting you on the head? The closet is one of the biggest organizational challenges a household can face.
Organization guru Julie Morgenstern, author of "Organizing from the Inside Out," gave one mom's cluttered closet a complete makeover and appeared on "Good Morning America" to tell you how to reclaim your closet.
Shelf dividers are an inexpensive way to keep your stacks of sweaters separated, making it easy to collect things and put them in their proper places.
Shelf boxes function like drawers. You can pull them down, get what you need and put them back up. They're a great way to store seasonal summer stuff in the back in winter, and then switch it up when summer rolls around again.