6 Useful Tips When Organizing Your Closet
Keep your cabinets neat and clutter-free with these hints
How many times have you uttered the phrase—"I have nothing to wear!" each time you dress up? Keep in mind that the easiest way to solve this problem is to keep your closet space organized. Rummaging through your stuff and sorting them is not an easy task. Here are six tips that may just come in handy when you raid and face your closet.
Segregate by convenience
Put the items that you regularly wear such as your go-to dress or corporate attire within eye-level. You may place the things that you do not wear often on the topmost level of your shelf. Make sure you place a sturdy stool inside your closet so you can easily reach for the items placed high above.
Use adjustable shelves
To accommodate your pieces with varying heights, you may opt for adjustable shelves. You can install these inside your cabinets then adjust them as you see fit. This works best if you have a separate cabinet for shoes and boots. Click here for additional storage ideas.
Place small items in containers
Reuse microwavable plastic containers to store your jewelries, belts and, scarves! Keep your trinkets organized by labeling your items accordingly to avoid clutter. Don't forget to roll your scarves properly to avoid wrinkling. Click here for more tips on organizing your accessories.
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Schedule a date for decluttering
Keep your closet tidy by scheduling a date when all you have to do is clean and organize your cabinets. Having a fixed schedule will encourage you to fix your room without feeling overwhelmed.
RL Tip: Create a schedule that works for you! Consider doing some decluttering either twice a month or every weekend.
Create a sorting pile
Avoid filling your closet with stuff that you no longer need! The grouping: Keep, Repair, and Donate can do wonders! Have a container for each pile as well.
Prepare an inventory
Create an inventory of how many pairs of jeans, shirts, dresses, and shoes that you currently have. You can also specify the color and type of material! Doing this helps you keep track of your belongings while helping you save a lot of money (meaning: control your shopping expenses when you visit the mall).
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