5 Tips to Increase Closet Space!
Is your closet full to the brim and bursting at the seams? Are you filled with a sense of dread and anger at your organizational skills for letting the space get so messy once again? You’re not the only one.
No one can blame you for not having the time to organize your closet every weekend. After all, our fast-paced lives, jobs, and relationships are demanding enough already.
But having to deal with a messy closet is one of adulthood’s saddest realities that you just can’t escape. And with winter almost here, there’s no escaping the tremendous task that lies ahead of you—the task of reorganizing your closet space.
Before you start worrying, here are a few tips and tricks to help you make the most of your closet space, no matter its size, so that you can maximize and maintain the space.
Swap Out Bulky Hangers for Thin Hangers
Bulky hangers are both unattractive and hog up too much of our precious closet space.
Swap them out with thin hangers so you can hang as much as your space allows and keep everything looking neat and tidy.
Invest In Storage Boxes
You may be thinking that putting boxes inside the closet sounds like a waste of space, but not when you think about what it can do for your space’s organization.
Storage boxes can help you separate clothing items in individual boxes, so everything is accessible and less likely to get messy.
Utilize Your Closet Door
Your closet doors can be your storage units too!
Grab a couple of rails or hooks and screw them to your door for extra storage space for some of your smaller items like socks, clutches, hats, and other accessories.
Get A Multi-Layer Hanger for Your Pants
If you’re a sucker for pants, we bet that’s taking up a lot of your closet space and giving you stress.
Investing in a multi-layer hanger is an easy-fix for both of these problems. This will allow you to group your pants into a category without creasing them. You can add your denim to one hanger, formal pants to another, and so on!
Hang Your Clothes Right
We all have clothes that are too pretty to be folded into piles, even if we don’t wear them too often. Hanging these clothes in your closet means that you won’t have space for your go-to clothing items, like your coat or scarves.
There are two things you can do:
- Use pull-down hanging railsinside your closet to maximize space and functionality and keep everything looking neat and tidy.
- Set up coat hooks and hanging rails on a wall in your room to easily hang some of your more everyday clothing items on them.
Décor and Décor has a pull-down hanging rail to help you organize your closet and make space for all your essential items.
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