How to Organize Your Walk-In Closet
Is your walk-in closet overwhelming? Now is a great time to organize. Maybe you’ve let things slide for too long and just have piles that you have to dig through or maybe things are scattered all over the place. Either way, take a look at these ideas on maximizing your storage space and minimizing the stress.
Double hanging rods help to maximize closet space exponentially. Shorter clothes, such as tops, can be hung on the top bar and longer pants and skirts can hang on the bottom bar.
Wire closet shelves easily add space for folded items such as t-shirts. Since the wire shelves are ventilated, they allow clothes to keep air out and won’t retain humidity or odor. There are also snap-on options to reconfigure as much as you need to.
Add a hamper or two to your walk-in closet. This will make laundry a breeze and will prevent clean clothes being mixed with dirty piles. Instead of throwing clothes on the floor at the end of the day, set them in a hamper that can be taken to the laundry room easily. Divided hampers are great as well to sort colors or sizes.
The average woman owns 40 pairs of shoes! Luckily, there are various storage options for shoes in walk-in closets and it’s easy to find the one that works best for you and your shoe collection. Efficient routines are made possible by keeping shoes visible, sorted and easy to access.
Believe it or not, the right lighting can make a huge difference in bringing a drab closet to a bright oasis. It helps you to see colors more accurately and gives a crisp feeling to the space.
Hang Purses, Scarves and More
A few shower hooks will do wonders when organizing accessories. Purses, belts, ties and other accessories can be hung on shower hooks to save shelf space that can be used for clothing and shoes.
These ideas should get you on the right track to a beautifully organized closet. You’ll feel more peace when things are easily accessible and the cluttered space is cleared.