Tips To Conquer Clutter and Gain More Space in Your Wardrobe

If you want to declutter your home, the most effective way to do this is to work in, an organised, ordered fashion that tackles one area at a time. Many people end up with a house filled to bursting with unnecessary items due to a penchant for sentimentality. There can be hundreds of products cluttering your space under the premise that you might need them one day.

The best ways to organise and declutter your closet ideas are easy to implement and give you significant benefits for a minimal investment of time, energy, and money. By knowing where and how to focus your resources, you can achieve your goals faster and with much less effort than you may have thought possible.

1. Make a Plan

Divide your outline by room and within each room, by zone. Break each job down into small, achievable tasks and estimate how much time each task will take.



2. Clean, Repair and Measure Your Closet

Clean the walls and floor of your space. Do light repairs, fill in holes, sand, and paint. Finally, measure the area’s width and depth. You’ll need these measurements later when choosing organising products.

3. Declutter, Declutter, Declutter

If you implement only one of these closet organising ideas, make sure it’s this one. The only way to optimise your use of space, is to get rid of the things that do not add value. This would include anything that is damaged, worn out, ill-fitting, or out of fashion. Go through everything and make decisions about what to keep and what to sell, donate, or discard.

4. Separate the Seasons

This is perhaps the most overlooked of all closet organising ideas. The use of your closet should be restricted to the storage of items that are in season and in active rotation in your wardrobe. To maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of your space, remove belongings that are out of season and find alternative places to store them.

5. Sort and Categorise Your Belongings.

Categorization will help you to determine how much storage space to allot to each grouping and also help you to identify the types of closet organising components you need. The broadest categories are clothing, footwear, and accessories. These can be further subdivided by type (e.g. shirts, dresses, pants, etc.), use (formal, business, casual, sport), and colour.

6. Install a Closet Organizing System.

A system can be customised according to your needs and your budget. It allows you to harness every inch of usable space while the components keep your belongings safely stowed and accessible when you need them.



7. Repack Your Closet Top to Bottom.

Store your belongings according to how high they are worn on your body – hats and scarves at the top, shirts, and pants in the middle, and shoes at the bottom. Place the things that you wear most often in the most accessible places.

8. Find Alternative Storage Options for Overflow.

There are many spaces, other than your closet, that can be used for the storage of clothing, footwear, and accessories. You can install shelving and hooks to harness wall space, use under and over the door organisers, and use a trunk and other furniture.

By putting these closet organising ideas to use, you can create a space that is orderly, functional and practical. You’ll enjoy many benefits, including relief from stress and frustration, enhanced aesthetic appeal, and time and energy savings.

Helen Clark

Digital marketer, writer, blogger and housecrafter. I love cooking healthy and tasty foods without spending hours in the kitchen. I'm passionate about helping modern housekeepers stay healthy and spend less time doing house chores and more time enjoying life. Getting rid of my clutter one step at a time.

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