4 Steps To Organize Your Closet
Large or small, every closet has organization potential!
1. Map It Out
Your closet organizing project will go a lot smoother if you’ve taken some easy steps to prepare for the challenge. Start by drawing a sketch of your closet space. Then, map out what you plan to put where so that you have a designated plan of attack. Make sure that you consider what makes the most sense based on your daily routine.
Before you head off to Home Deport or Lowe’s to gather some closet organization tools such as cube or shoe storage accessories, consider that you may be able to install custom shelving for close to or just a little bit more than what you will be spending at a home improvement center. Set up a design consultation to discuss your options.
Designate a space outside the closet to collect all unused and unworn items that you will donate either to the Salvation Army or family and friends. You can schedule a pickup to make it even easier! Next, designate a space in your prepping area for each category that will fit into your mapped out plan.
3. Take It All Out
Next, take everything out of the closet, but as you do this, keep items grouped together by category. Place them in their designated spaces in your prepping area. Consider clearing away as much clutter as possible. If something has not been worn in the last year, how likely are you to wear it again?
The less cluttered your closet is, the better. A cluttered closet can lead to cluttered thoughts, and eventually, a cluttered life! Keep it as simple as possible. If there is a question in your mind on whether you should keep something or give it away, the answer is usually to give it away. We feel passionate and certain about the things that we love, so if it’s up for debate, throw it in the pile for the Salvation Army.
If items are out of season, find another place to store them. There’s no sense in letting your polos hide behind your winter jacket in the summertime.
4. Put It All Back
At this point you should have an empty closet, waiting to be filled up with only you best and brightest clothing. Following the map you created to begin with, place all of the items back in your closet, and Voila! You have quickly and efficiently organized your closet!Contemporary Closet Organizers design by Other Metro Closets And Organization Custom Closets & More…