Does anyone else often find that their closet is a hot mess, despite their best efforts? Do you struggle to find things in your closet, even though you know they are there?
I have definitely been there, but at the moment, I’m in a much better place with my closet. Today, I’d like to share some tips for keeping your closet clean and organized.
1. Use matching hangers to free up space in your closet space
It sounds a little crazy, but did you know that by using hangers that are the same width and thickness, you can actually save yourself some space on the closet rod? In addition, it also gives your closet a more streamlined, more uniform appearance.
2. Attach labels to the baskets and bins
Labeling boxes and bins not only helps you to find things more quickly, it also ensures that everything has a proper place, and that you put everything into its proper place each day.
3. Hang pants at eye level because it looks nicer
Pants will always hang more neatly than shirts. For this reason, hanging pants on eye level will make your closet appear overall more neat and clean. A cleaner closet also feels more organized.
4. Twice a year, purge what you don’t wear anymore.
I like to turn my clothes hangers a certain direction, and after I wear the garment that season, I turn the hanger the opposite direction. At the end of the season, I turn the hanger the opposite direction. At the end of the season, anything that worn that no longer fits is donated, sold or given away.
I hope you have enjoyed these tips for organizing your closet! Stay tuned tomorrow for a summary of week two.
3 responses to “How to organize your closet and keep it that way”
Awesome tips! I organize, but it never stays tidy for long. I have all different sized and colored hangers and it makes it look so messy. I will definitely use these tips!
Thanks for stopping by!!
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