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Do you have an organized closet? Your clothes can easily get damaged if not properly stored inside a closet. Some closets are big that can accommodate the vast amount of clothes and shoes, while other closets are really small. However, the size doesn’t matter as long as you can keep your clothes and shoes appropriately. Here are five simple tips to organize your closet.Separate Different Types of Clothing
To start with, separate your clothes according to their types. Pile together the T-shirts together, pants together, and so on. Separate also those clothes that you often use and the ones you seldom or rarely use. Separate as well those that you don’t use anymore. You can either give it away to charities or sell them in garage sales. Whatever you decide to do, remove all the stuffs that you don’t plan to use anymore. Separate those that you need to hang, like dresses, gown, suits, and jackets. A typical closet will always have a hangers’ area. Hang within easy reach those that you use often. Organize the shoes on the lower compartment and your bags should have to be hanged, too, if possible.Boxes and Compartments are Favorable
Some closets have lots of compartments, and that is more favorable. You can use those compartments to separate your clothes, such as pajamas, underwear, shirts, swimwear, and tank tops. These are types of clothing that does sometimes get lost inside an unorganized closet, due to their small sizes. You have to create a portion of space in closet for these items. If your closet doesn’t have a lot of compartments, make use of some boxes to add more compartments in your closet. More boxes or compartments mean a more organized closet.Separate the Most Used and the Least Used
Those items that you often use must be more visible that those that aren’t. In this way, you can grab your belongings like you most used bags easily without making a big mess in your closet. When you’re in a hurry, sometimes your things can get rowdy and disorganized because you’re trying to find your stuffs around. The most used can be put in the middle part of the closet, those that are used seldom can be arranged in the lower part of the closet, and those bags or shoes that are rarely used can be put in the upper part of the closet where you don’t usually touch.Tag or Name Your Compartments
If you always forget where your underwear compartment is or your swim suit box is, it’s better to tag your boxes and compartments for a convenient search of certain stuff. Clearly defined closet compartments can make your life easier. It will be easier to put stuff inside your closet and easier to search or get stuff from it.Maintain Order in Your Closet
After you’ve got your closet in order, try to maintain it. Minimize clutter and put back your things in order according to where you got them in the first place. Don’t allow clothes to pile up untidily. Fold clothes neatly and stack them up tidily inside the closet’s compartment where they belong. Hang clothes in an orderly manner, facing in one direction only. And line your shoes efficiently.
Making your closet a clutter-free one will eventually make your life a stress-free one. Decide to clean and organize your closet now. New dresses, tops, jeans, body shapers, and many more should be appropriately stored, too, along with the old ones. However, make sure that your new clothes will still have a space inside your closet.