Let’s face it, what is the one part of the house we all hate to clean out? If you guessed cleaning out your closets, you guessed right. How to Organize Your Clothes Closet for Good will guide you on how to use this premium space the best.
“For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.” – Benjamin Franklin
You invest heavily in your wardrobe, instead of shoving it in a small, crowded space – take the time to organize it, so it becomes easier to find your treasures.
A well-maintained closet means taking less time to get ready, rotating your clothes regularly and feeling good every time you open your closet doors.
Here are ideas on How to Organize Your Clothes Closet for Good:
1) Simplify wardrobe.
You didn’t want me to say that. I know the feeling. But would you rather have a large number of clothes that made you feel “meh” when you wore them or own fewer clothing items and love them all?
Empty your closet. Yes, all of it.
Now, go through everything and try it on. How does it make you feel? (Forget about what you paid for it – that’s in the past.) If you still love it, keep it. If you don’t, either donate it or sell it online.
If any item in your closet needs repairs, put that in a separate pile and get them fixed.
Now that you’re done, isn’t it a refreshing feeling to let go of what no longer suits you?
2) Same hangers.
Opening a closet and seeing plethra of different kinds of hangers has always driven me nuts. Do yourself a favor and buy one or two kinds of hangers for most of your clothes.
This set of non-slip velvety smooth texture hangers will ensure tops won’t end up on your closet floor in a heap. They received a 5-star rating on Amazon.
3) Layered hangers.
For pants, instead of using one hanger for every pair, save room by layering them on multi-level hangers.
Off-season clothes that you won’t wear gets stored. There is no reason to have the items taking up space in your closet for months until they are worn next.
Sweaters should be put in moth-proof storage bags and put out of sight. These cedar-lined bags are perfect for ensuring your sweaters remain in good condition.
First, sort your closet by the type of garments clustered together and then put all the like-colors together. For instance, long-sleeve shirts go together, and then short sleeve.
Next, they get organized by color from white to black.
Get double the floor space for your shoes with these stackable space savers.
7) Rack them up.
If you are a boot lover like me, then you’ll want to store all your boots in one place, preferably off the ground.
This boot butler will help you keep an uncluttered closet and prevent scuffs. The reviews on this product says it all.
8) Hang them up.
This simple hanger can keep your purses, scarves, and backpacks organized in one area.
9) One place.
Keep your ties and scarves in one tidy spot with either of these hangers.
Your jewelry can become a tangled mess easily when stored in drawers or boxes. Why not keep them neatly displayed with this amazing rack?
11) Double up.
You can have twice the space for your shirts with this handy Closet Doubler.
12) More shelves.
Is the top shelf of your closet driving you crazy because every time you take out something to wear, the stack falls? Add more shelves to that area relieve your frustration.
13) Divide and conquer.
If you don’t want to add more shelves to the top of your closet, how about separating your items with these dividers?
We’ve reached the end of How to Organize Your Clothes Closet for Good. I hope you learned a few new ideas on how to be an organized ninja.
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