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Online readers are channeling their inner-Carrie Bradshaw who once said, “I like my money right where I can see it… hanging in my closet.”

Dream closets are a hot topic this week. Whether you’re displaying Monolos or just trying to make it easier to find shoes that match, get organized with HGTV.com’s 12 Steps to Your Dream Closet.

 How to have a dream closet.

A Carrie Bradshaw closet might not be in your future but one can always dream.

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16 Responses

  1. DeDe says:

    Love the closet and the best is that it keeps the dust out!

  2. Victoria says:

    Delighted to report that I started as I mean to go on! All these hours of HGTV watching while I was in the US years ago have paid off!!! On New Year's day I "attacked" the hoard of unused furniture, rugs, books, clothes and toys that had been clogging up my[recently divorced] brother's house.
    Result? YOU BET!!! Him and his three kids were thrilled!
    I was even more pleased to have applied ALL the tricks learnt on HGTV.
    One problem though: STILL no HGTV in London and I am getting rusty!

  3. AlisonVDB says:

    What a beautiful closet! Don't we all wish we could have a closet like Carries? For more tips on shoe storage and making your closet glamorous, check out http://decorandyouhr.com/blog/bid/172290/Modern-W….

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