One of the most helpful things for organizing your dresser is to have dividers! Without them, all of your stuff gets smushed together and messy.
If you like to keep your pants in your dresser, try folding them and layering them slightly at an angle so you can fit more in your drawers. It helps to have them folded with pockets showing so you know which pants are which.
Try rolling your clothing to save space and fit more in your drawers. This is really helpful if your dressers ever start to feel overcrowded.
To keep your dresser looking nice and organized, limit how much you put on the top. Try to keep your dresser a functional space by putting jewelry or small accessories on top if you don’t have thin dresser drawers for them.
To fit all of your bras together in your drawers, keep them open and stack them together in the cups. This will give you the most space for your bras and won’t ruin them.
If you use your dresser as shoe storage space, try adding some tension rods to the inside of your drawers that the heels can rest on so it keeps your drawers in order.
If you are trying to help your kids keep their dressers organized, label them! This will help them remember to keep things where they belong and in the right place.
Have a hat lover in the family? Keep all of their hats organized in their dressers and maintain the shape by folding in the back and stacking them inside each other.
Get some dividers (or make your own from toilet paper rolls) to organize small items in your drawers like underwear. This is much more effective than having everything thrown together and messy in your drawers.
Fold your t-shirts and place them vertically so that you can see them easily and fit a lot more in your drawers. You will be amazed at how much better it is than stacking shirts on top of each other.