Published at Wednesday, May 09th 2018. In Closet Storage. By Olivia Mallet.
Several different components can go into today's closet organization systems. A brief rundown of some of the most popular examples is provided below. Closet Shelves - Shelves are incredibly versatile, especially when they can be adjusted according to height and width. Everything from folded-up sweatshirts to baseball caps can be kept on the shelves in a closet. Cubbies - Everyone has little odds-and-ends that just don't seem to fit in anywhere. Cubby holes can be included in a closet organization system, providing a suitable place for anything that you'd like to keep close at hand.
Closet storage systems not only sort, organize, and display your clothing and other items in a closet so that they look good and are easy to access, but the long term care of your clothing can also be improved with the use of such a simple tool. Hangers that do not wrinkle, crease, fade fabric, or stain (yes many hangers are the reason for those mysterious discoloration stains), protective coverings and specially designed storage boxes, even odor elimination are aspects not overlooked by quality closet storage systems.
Having reconfigured your storage space ensure that you store like things together. Not only should similar items such as pants, dresses and skirts be together but you should also attempt to group them by color. Many people are surprised to find just how many similar items that they have when this simple rule is followed. Once your closet storage is well organised finding the right item and creating coordinating outfits should become simpler and less time consuming.
Closet storage systems use simple, click together sets of linkable hangers to tier your clothing into "sets" that hang vertically as well as horizontally on the central rod. This can give you as much as 50% more storage space while making clothing choices for the day as simple as grabbing a set, instead of searching endlessly for multiple single items separately.
Having done this examine the items that you want to keep. Count the number of each separate item such as pairs of shoes, dresses that require long hanging, shorter hanging items and accessories. Work out whether the closet space that you have can actually accommodate the items that you have. If the answer is yes, then you have probably already achieved your goals simply by sorting through your clothes.
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