5 TIPS TO GET YOUR WARDROBE ORGANISED
Let's be honest, wardrobes can be stressful affairs. And no matter how many pieces of clothing you own, it's easy to feel like you never have anything to wear.
A clean, organised closet is the best, not only does it streamline your morning routine, but you also have more room to buy new clothes, shoes and accessories.
Which we all obviously need.
We have compiled 5 easy tips to get your closet / wardrobe space organised.
1. Hang Clothes Strategically
Arrange your clothes by colour or style so you never get disorganised.
Hang your small pieces like tops, tees and blouses above built-in shelves, arrange long dresses, jackets when nothing is underneath them.
Using high quality and colourful hangers give an excellent look while being a durable option.
Tip 1 – Using cascading hooks is a genius idea which we have discovered recently, and they work with almost any type of hanger.
2. Folding Clothes Helps
If you don’t have enough vertical space to hang all your clothing items, folding it like most of us do is a good option.
Folding all knitted items is a good option as they’re bulky and can break hangers.
Having deep shelves is a good option to neatly fold your off-season clothes.
Tip 2 – Using drawers for storing socks, PJ’s and underwear is a good option as it gives the wardrobe and uncluttered feel.
3. Sneakers and Boots
Boxing your footwear is the best option to save space as they prevent them from dust and they need to breath.
This improves the lifetime of the shoes and prevents clutter on your room floor.
Tip 3 – Avoid using individual shoe cardboard boxes as they’re not aesthetic and take up too much space. Let’s be fair, nobody likes the smell of cardboard in a shut wardrobe.
4. Luxury Items
If you have spent a lot of money on luxury items like shoes, handbags, clothes or watches it makes sense you take proper care of it by storing it properly.
Arrange them according to trends so you can match them with different items and not over wear them.
Tip 4 – Store designer bags in the dust bags they come in to avoid dust accumulation and loss of shape.
5. Add a dresser and mirror
If you’re lucky enough to have a walk-in closet, consider moving your dressing table inside with an oversized mirror above it.
This will help you save a lot of time in the morning while getting ready.
Tip 5 – Use the entire wall space from top to bottom for your closet space as it will allow you hang the clothes without any risk of spoiling them.
Follow these steps and add some of your own ideas in the comments section for others to view and engage with.
At Hardis we can help you design and furnish your ideal wardrobe space into reality. With 30 years of industry experience, we promise the best custom made residential and commercial furniture solutions.
Visit our website today or shoot us a mail and let one of our experts help you take the first step towards building your wardrobe space.