Closet Organizing Tips and Tricks

Oct 22nd

Closet organizing tips – First, decide what the purpose of the particular wardrobe is. Is it day to day clothes, or maybe rocking, boots and outerwear? Then remove anything that does not belong in this wardrobe. There will be room for storing everything after removing unnecessary and misplaced items. Since the closet content is out of sight, we often keep them from memory – we squeeze the door closes and try to forget what’s inside. It’s worth taking time and effort, but organizing your wardrobe. You can find some things you forgot that you had.

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Closet organizing tips are creative with storage ideas. You can buy all types of boxes and containers for storage, but cartons work equally well (cover them with wrapping paper or fabric if you want). Try rolling up t-shirts and storing them at the end of a shoe box – making it easy to find what you want without disturbing the others. Try not to stack more than three or four sweaters or pair of pants in a pile, because then it is harder to get lower records without the stack. Instead, put a rack on legs over a small stack to start a new pile. Or, stack cartons on their sides and start a new stack in each box. Boxes keep piles of falling sideways and make a mess.

Closet organizing tips with place small items, such as earrings or pins, in egg cartons or ice cube trays. Use silver trays to hold socks and underwear, or build your own divisions from cartons of all kinds. You cannot have too many hooks. They can hold individual items, such as bathrobes or belts or drawstring bags to keep laundry, socks or other items. Finally, always try to leave some empty space in your closet. Why? Because it calms you to see it and because it signals you have your storage under control. The space is precious, too. Do not hurry to fill it up!