It’s always inspiring to think about the perfect way of organizing your clothes, shoes and accessories in a closet when watching home design shows. But let us tell you: it takes some planning and preparation before decluttering is done just right so that everything has its place again afterwards!
For those of you who are looking to organize your closets, it is important that the job be done correctly. This will ensure proper storage and longevity for all items in question!
Before getting started with this process there’s one thing we (url) would recommend:
- gather any tools or supplies needed like shopping bags (for transporting clothes/orders),
- tape measure if measuring shelves & hanging space; don’t forget a notebook where measurements can go too so they do not get forgotten during organization work hours – full length mirror may prove helpful when deciding between “toss”,
- your pants pockets are heaven for all sorts of treasures, but you don’t want to stop in the middle just because there’s something small. So put it away until later into your catch-all basket!
The five steps to organize your closet are as follows:
The process of removing clothing from your closet and getting it organized can be quite daunting, but once you get the hang of it there are some things that make this task much easier. First off let’s take everything off shelves so we don’t have any boxes or baskets left behind to disturb our new space with their contents- remove hangers if needed (they’ll only get in the way), then fold up every shirt nicely along its own width on top one another before placing them into bins according what color goes together – browns.
If you have a cluttered closet, it is going to be hard for your clothes and shoes not only find their way but also stay clean. The first step in order organize anything isn’t just organizing the shelves themselves; instead we need some general cleaning before getting started with re-organizing everything! Run down these simple steps: Start by dusting off any fixtures like rods or walls that hold up all those garments (don’t forget about baskets!). Next sweep/vacuum cleaner every inch of floor space available—even under furniture if possible.
Declutter old clothes
So you’re either a packrat or Nevermind the decluttering, because we’ve got your back. If it’s not something that pains us to let go of and doesn’t project an image in our minds when wearing them (or holding onto), then consider their fate at hand! Asking yourself “do I wear this?” helps with knowing whether or Not i’ll ever need again is helpful too.
You can be confident in your decision if you find yourself thinking “yes” to all three prompts. If not, create a maybe pile for any items that may want another look in the future and donate or consign those which never got wore before making room on shelves!
The best way to make your closet feel like home again is by replacing the contents with new items. Take time during this process, carefully organizing all clothing and accessories according to scientific recommendations for where they should go based on their storage plan so that every item has its perfect spot in no time!
There are many ways to make more space in your closet. One way is by installing storage solutions such as organizers and systems for hanging clothes, shoes or accessories which can be installed easily with no expensive renovations needed!
- A step stool will provide extra height to reach the top shelves in your closet.
- Double-hanging bikes allows more space on horizontal bars, which means you can store even more stuff!
- An over door shoe rack turns any door into a perfect place for storing both shoes and accessories while also giving them easy access when needed.
Take the time to measure your space before investing in a new closet system. You might be tempted, but don’t do it! Pulse out with cash and buy something expensive- remember that cubbies can hold handbags as well so they’re not only useful for clothes storage – plus small bookcases work great if you have plenty of shoes or accessories already stored away elsewhere instead.
Finally, always pay attention when measuring (according to our view); nothing is worse than getting home after traveling miles away from shop thinking oh, my God, I could’ve sworn there was more room left.