Would you like to have more storage space in your closet? Surprise, you just could! Follow these steps to organize what you don’t need, arra nge your clothes in a logical way, and double your closet space without breaking walls. Ask yourself these five questions as you declutter. As a result, you will get a larger wardrobe – no reno is needed. One thing we’ve learned over the last few years is that we need more and more variety of clothes! It’s time to go through the contents of your dresser drawers and cabinets and ask yourself the final question of what to keep and what to throw away. Short answer: probably not. You may have better places to store certain types of laundry. Consider hangers and hooks for work clothes. Try using open shelves for well-folded clothes like jeans, sweaters, and sweatshirts. It is more convenient to store underwear and socks in a basket or box on a shelf. Your specific sort method doesn’t really matter as long as you have a method that makes sense to you. Try sorting clothes by type, then by style, and then by color. Alternatively, it may make sense to designate areas for specific activities such as work, exercise, rest, dressing, and seasonality. Use the stickers as reminders for the first few weeks to help you get used to the task. Think like a businessman and organize the contents of your chest of drawers and cabinets to eliminate layers. In drawers, roll up or refold clothing into upright bags. Use spring-loaded dividers to keep clothing upright. Arrange shoes, jewelry, and accessories on racks and racks, and then take a picture. Even if you don’t share it, the process forces you to edit and sort further.

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Post time: May-03-2023