A messy wardrobe is for lots of people a fact of life, but there is no need to accept this fate! Follow these 8 tips to create a more functional wardrobe today!
1. Strategically store your most used items
Instead of storing all of your clothes together by type of clothing, store them by the amount that you use them. For example, store all of your most used items at eye level, your next most used items at crouching level, and your least used items at the top of the wardrobe. This will make it easier to move around lesser used items, and use valuable wardrobe real estate effectively!
2. Coordinate hangers
Use coordinated, wooden coat hangers. Using a coordinated set of coat hangers will keep your wardrobe looking cleaner and more organised. Also, avoid cheap wire hangers, as over time these will bend under the load of heavier clothes, which will mean you will buy more in the long run.
3. Keep your belts together
Are you tired of rolling up and always ruining your belts? Invest in a belt hanger. These enable you to hang your belts straight out, which will prevent them from cracking and morphing. It also helps you to keep your belts in a ‘go to’ place, helping you to stay super organised.
4. Create wall mounted Jacket hanger
By utilising spare wall space, you can reduce the burden you place on your wardrobe. Simply construct a wall mounted jacket or coat hanger, and hang your bulky jackets on this. It makes it easy for you to make a side by side comparison of your jackets before you wear them, and also adds life to an otherwise bland looking wall.
5. Colour coding
If you have the patience, try colour coding your clothes. By doing this you know exactly where to look when you want to wear that green top, or red dress etc.
6. Make use of strange storage items
An umbrella stand can make a perfect place to store you yoga matt. Make use of other such items you have found the house to take the strain off of your wardrobe for non essential items.
7. Use dividers
Use dividers in your wardrobe to segregate items of clothing. By compartmentalising your wardrobe you know exactly where to put everything. It also helps to avoid different items of clothing from mixing together.
8. Store out of season clothes away
Store clothes that you know you aren’t going to wear until winter in boxes under your bed or the stairs. This will help you sort through your clothes when choosing an outfit, and also free up your wardrobe.
So there you have it, 8 easy ways to organise your wardrobe and become more organised today!
Tell us some wardrobe tips and tricks that you use!
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