NOTHING MORE RELAXING THAN GETTING UP EVERY MORNING AND OPENING A CLOSET IN PERFECT MAGAZINE CONDITION
Getting it isn't as hard as you think.
Read the following steps carefully
6 STEPS TO KEEP YOUR CLOSET ORGANIZED ONCE AND FOR ALL
- Get rid of dry cleaner hangers, broken ones and all those big ones that are unman wiser.
- Buy new hangers all the same for each garment category. You will see that it will be the investment of your life and you will not regret it.
- Dresses, shirts and T-shirts: thin non-slip velvet hangers
- Skirts: wooden hangers with tweezers
- Blazer and Coats: wooden hangers with non-slip bar so you have the possibility to create sets of trousers and jacket
- Heavy coats: wooden hangers with jackets
Check out "My Clothes & Accessories Favorites" where you'll find all the models of hangers you need to get the wardrobe of your dreams.
♥ EXPERT ADVICE:
Choose the right width of the hanger to match the size of your clothes
It doesn't have to be accurate but what you can't do is use child hangers to hang up your shirts
These velvet hangers will keep your garments in place without falling or deciphering.
Their contoured manes retain the original shape of the clothes.
Its slim, simple design allows you to maximize closet space
2. ADD ONE GARMENT REMOVE ANOTHER
If in your closet you no longer take a pin anymore, paaaaaaaaara! and don't keep piling up.
For every new garment that comes into your closet, try removing another one. If you don't, you'll soon see it saturated again.
3. SAVE THE CLOTHES FROM THE PREVIOUS SEASON
Do not appoon your clothes by keeping the summer and winter thing in the same closet.
If you don't have enough room, you'd better put your clothes away from last season. This will allow you to gain space for new acquisitions, bargains and rebates.
Store clean clothes in bags or boxes. This will protect it from moisture and moths and take up less space.
♥ EXPERT ADVICE:
Vacuum bags are a great invention but I recognize that I like them better for filling Nordic covers or blankets because the clothes are too wrinkled. If there's no remedy, use them!
Label the boxes or bags where you store your shoes. You'll avoid broken boxes and bags scattered throughout the room when you're going to choose the shoes to wear.
The problem with storing shoes in their original box is that you'll have dozens of different boxes impossible to fit even if you've been addicted to tetris for years.
♥ EXPERT ADVICE:
Equal boxes for all your shoes will not only allow you to optimize the space but visually give you immense peace
Once they're all sorted in their boxes, you'll be looking forward to trying on those shoes you didn't wear months ago, or were those years? 😉
These shoeboxes are made of much thinner and stronger kraft corrugated paper than normal cardboard material. It does not fade and is easy to clean.
Its transparent part makes it easy to identify which shoes are inside.
Dimensions: 57 x 48.8 x 9 cm
5. DOUBLE STORAGE
Be sure to take advantage of the top and bottom edge of the cabinet. Place some shelves and you'll see what a lot of space you make.
♥ EXPERT'S ADVICE
Boxes designed to store under the bed also come in good to take advantage of the lower or upper hole in the closet
You can store them under the bed or also at the bottom or top of the closet.
Made of a strong 600D fabric with sewn reinforced handle and a high quality double zipper.
It has an internal network pocket for storing small objects and an external label/card pocket so you can identify the content.
Dimensions: 96 x 48 x 18 cm
6. SORT BY CATEGORY
Dresses, pants, blouses, shirts, sweaters ...
Sort the wardrobe for each category of garment, so you can easily find any shirt or dress you want, no matter how thin and slippery.
And if you aspire to become a Professional Organizer, once you've sorted by category, sort by type within each category and then by colors.
CATEGORY: T-shirts; TYPE: Straps, Short Sleeve, Long Sleeve; COLORS: White, Yellow, Orange, Red, Pink, ..... Black