Our older ranch home came with one of the closets divided in two. It's a small closet, only 3 feet wide, but oh my goodness so much more usable space! Just goes to show just how important layout is as opposed to square footage.
So this little closet has two rods, one on top where I used to keep my tops, and now that I've moved out of that closet, we keep the out of season clothes for our son hanging up there. Then one rod on bottom and that used to hold my skirts and pants, but now it's in season clothes. The other half has shelves all the way up to the ceiling, probably 6 or 7. It used to hold my computer clutter and now it's mostly clothes. Some shelves still have leftover home office stuff that I haven't sufficiently purged. I keep a basket for his socks up there and I'll probably start one for underwear when he agrees to wear them :)
Those hanging organizers, like the ones at IKEA, they are cool, but if you can just build in shelves yourself that go all the way back, it will be more usable space.
And the IKEA bed--we have that for our guest room, itty bitty 10x10 room. Usually it's a twin bed, but it pulls out to a king when company is here (like now) and the drawers, oh nirvana! Captain's style beds are so nice. I really dig the well-designed furniture that pops up at IKEA every now and again like that bed.