- Clean out your closet by separating belts from other clothes and accessories.
- Lay belts flat to restore their original shape.
- Assess your belt collection. Get rid of belts that are out of style or no longer fit.
- Evaluate your closet space and dedicate an area to your belt collection. Factor in how many belts you have to allocate enough space.
- Hook it up. Try wall-mounted hooks on the wall, wooden pegs or wall racks that contain multiple prongs for tidy belt storage.
- Hang it up. Use store-bought belt holders equipped with hooks or create you own by clipping [shower curtain](https://society6.com/shower-curtains?utm_source=SFGHG&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=8610) hooks onto a standard clothes hanger.
Things You Will Need
- Designated closet space
- Do not use nails to hold belts. They are too small, and this will only add to closet clutter as belts will constantly be falling to the floor.
- Don't hang too many belts on one hook. Depending on hook size, try and limit four belts to each hook. This will save you from having to dig through a jumble of belts and knocking them to the floor in the process.
- Place tap lights in your closet to make items more visible.
- Arrange belts by degree of use. Hang your favorites in the front with lesser worn belts situated in the back.
- If space permits, hang a pot-holder from the ceiling. Dangle belts off hooks for optimal visibility.