There is clothing everywhere, but no outfit to wear. This is a common problem that many people have. It can be attributed to a lack organization. We have the solution for you if you’ve ever wanted to know how to organize your closet like an expert.
These 18 organizing tips for stuff that is difficult to store will change your life.
Grouping your clothes is one of the best ways to organize your closet. You can group your shirts, pants, and dresses together. You’ll be able to see what you have in each category. Do you really need five belts? You’ll know where each accessory or garment is located in your closet.
A simple shelf-and rod system will organize your closet and double your storage space.
Clea Shearer, organizer at The Home Edit, suggests color-coding each category. Jeni Aron from Clutter Cowgirl recommends breaking down items by season. “If you don’t wear a wool skirt for six months, the piece can be moved to another place.”
Make the most of your space
You can use door and wall space if your closet is small. Over-the-door shoe organizers are a great option. A few hooks can be placed on the door to hold frequently worn items or an outfit that you will wear the next day.
This wall-mounted shoe organizer is super easy to make.
If you have a closet with more space, consider adding shelves or a rod. A second rod can be installed above or below the existing rod if you have enough vertical space.
Closet shelves can be built to double the storage space. This will maximize your closet’s potential and allow you to store twice as many items in an organized manner.
Find the steps to build these twin shelves by clicking here.
Visual appeal is key
To make your closet more visually appealing, you can use shoe boxes, matching hangers and containers. This will help you to feel more motivated to organize your space.
A handsome DIY organizer can help you triple your closet space.
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