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Have you ever opened up your cloth storage closet and been overwhelmed by all the clutter? Have you ever found yourself digging through your clothes closet for something to wear to that big party coming up and found that everything was wrinkled, dirty, and stinky? It sounds like your wardrobe closet could makeover! This article mainly introduces the clothing storage solutions.
Sorting your clothes by type might help you find what you are looking for faster. It will also make your wardrobe storage look neater and more organized. You can do this by dividing up your storage closet into different sections, and hanging your clothes in those sections. The sections can include: shirts, skirts, pants, dresses, and coats. If you have created a section for shirts, consider dividing that section further into short-sleeved shirts and long-sleeved shirts. For a more organized look, you can make some paper tags and hanging them between the different sections. You can then label the tags to remind you what section is what.
Even if you don't have space for a dresser, it does not mean that you can't store items in drawers. Buy a drawer unit with drawers and keep clothing that can be folded inside. If the unit is tall, keep it in the corner of your drawer unit. If the unit is short, store it beneath the shorter hanging clothes, such as shirts. Using a drawer unit helps to store clothes more effectively. Try getting a drawer unit with clear or frosted drawers that will let you see what you have inside. Try getting a shelving unit with wheels, which will make it easier to move around.
“If you have a spot outside your door to the garage where you can set up a simple shelf rack, this is a great spot for shoes to rest before kids cross the threshold.” Samantha, a professional organizer of National Association of Professional Organizers says.
You can also use the storage shelved rack as a home for your socks. Assign each member of your family a bin and fill it with their socks, keeping those easy-to-misplace pairs together and ready to go whenever anyone heads out the door.
PRO TIP: Put a chair or two near the portable shelved rack, if you have the space. This helps discourage the practice of putting on or taking off shoes in other rooms of the house, which can easily lead to mud, dirt, leaves and other grime getting tracked onto clean floors or carpeting.
The space under your bed may have been a little scary when you were a kid, but there’s no reason to be afraid: we’ve checked, and there are no monsters. In fact, the space under your bed is a great place to organize and protect your shoes and handbags. It’s also a good spot to store heavy sweaters, since you’ll avoid those unwanted stretched-out shoulder marks caused by hangers. Use rolling storage drawers, short plastic bins, and other under-the-bed storage containers that fit nicely in this small space. If your bed is too low to the ground to fit storage underneath it, opt for simple bed risers (they’re not just for dorm rooms!) or shipping pallets. You can find many stylish options on our website.