Organizing your closet can doesn’t have to be a pain in the butt if you have a plan of execution. This video will help you organize your closet without spending hours doing so.
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Your closet can be a disorganized mess.
But you don’t have to resign yourself to spending hours every week searching for your clothes.
There are effective systems you can use to organize your closet.
The Basic Steps When Organizing Your Closet
Here are some basic steps that will help you get started with your own closet organization project and save yourself time in the long run:
First, empty and clean your closet.
Then take stock of what you have by sorting all your clothes into categories.
You might need bins for shoes and handbags or drawers for socks and underwear.
Another way to organize is by type of clothing (shirts, pants, dresses).
Next, design your ideal closet space.
This might mean installing shelves or shoe racks, arranging hangers properly, or even stacking items on top of each other if that works best for you.
It’s also a good idea to replace flimsy wire hangers with ones that have more sturdy construction to support heavier items like denim and sweaters.
Some people also find that changing their clothes vertically instead of horizontally saves space in the closet and keeps everything easier to access.
T-shirts, pajamas, and workout clothes can be rolled tightly into storage boxes and stacked on shelves or in drawers. And too-small clothes can be folded neatly and placed
How do I organize my closet by category?
A good clothing organization system helps you see what you have, keeps things from getting lost or damaged, and saves time when getting dressed. Here are some tips for creating your own system:
Start with shoes.
You won’t be able to create a good wardrobe if you can’t actually find your clothes, so don’t forget to start with shoes—and once you do, don’t forget to store them in a box that can be easily carried to and from the closet.
Organize by category. It’s hard enough to decide what to wear when there’s an outfit staring back at you — never mind trying to figure out where everything belongs when it’s all jumbled together on a shelf.
Create sections for your different types of clothing (casual, work) and then subdivide them into categories within those (skirts, sweaters).
Take good care of it.
A closet is a lot like a garden, in that it needs regular maintenance or weeds will take over pretty quickly.
If you’ve got too much stuff that doesn’t fit, don’t be afraid to give away or sell some items and make room for new purchases.
Get rid of unused hangers. If you’re not going to use it in the next six months, get rid of it and replace