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How to Create More Storage Space in Your Closet, According to This Pinay

Check out how she used adjustable shelving units to maximize her closet space!

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There's no denying that home organization is one of our coping mechanisms during the quarantine. Not only do we keep ourselves preoccupied, but we also get to clean up and declutter our space in the process! If you find the idea of fixing your entire room too daunting, though, we suggest starting with a smaller area, such as your closet. Check out how Toni Sia managed to give hers more storage:

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Aside from her clothes, Toni also put all her bags and accessories in the closet. The system, however, was not that effective because Toni could barely see any of her other handbags. They were all crammed in, thanks to the lack of shelves.


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To create more space for her things without buying another piece of furniture, Toni bought adjustable shelving units. They are placed inside closets to give your cabinet more layers of storage.



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Once the extra shelf was placed, Toni was able to sort out her bags and place them in a way that she can see all of them.


For her accessories, she decided to place another adjustable shelf above the one containing the organizers because "sayang naman yung space."

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We appreciate how snugly her accessories organizers fit her closet.


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Watch Toni's vlog below:

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