HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR CLOSET THE FAST AND AFFORDABLE WAYJuly 20, 2015
Your closet may be completely unorganized right now. Closer sitting at the bottom of the closet, there are boxes and accessories everywhere, and it is impossible to find anything. You have seen plenty of fashion magazines were people have their bedroom closets organized beautifully, and you don’t want to spend a fortune to get it to look that way. This is completely understandable, and there are ways to organize quickly and affordably.
When you can find discounts and even coupons on organizational items, it is always a good thing. For instance, there are some really good Kohl's coupons or promo codes available often, so remember to always check for them. This will allow you to purchase the higher end items so that you can give your bedroom closet the extra look that you desire.
Save some of your shoeboxes. They come in all different sizes, and they can help to organize your drawers. You may place bras, socks, or even panties inside the shoeboxes so that nothing runs together.
If you have been looking for a way to keep your boots upright so that they don’t sag over, pool noodles can be purchased. You can cut them to the length of your knee high or thigh high boots and keep them upright within the closet.
Tie your scarves around a hanger so they don’t drape around and fall off to land on the floor. Shorts can go in the closet, too and you can use shower rings. Just hang them up with the belt loop.
When you keep linen sheets in your closet, use the pillow case to keep the matching set together. Just slide the fitted and flat sheet inside of the case and stack it on a shelf. You can also use the tabs from soda cans as a way of creating a double hanger so you don’t have to go out and buy the fancy ones. Still, if you decide to get something more traditional, you can shop online at Target and choose from their wide selection of affordable items.
Also, you want to make sure to get rid of items that you no longer wear. Turn all of your hangers backwards and as you were them, return the hanger front words. If you still have items at the end of 12 months that are still backwards on the hanger, you know you aren’t wearing them, and they should be donated.
There are some items that you can buy, like shelf dividers and caddies. These can be used within the closet for all of the folded items – and discounts can generally be found on these things.
It may be best to empty out your closet, decide what you want, and then begin slowly organizing everything so that there is order to it all. Get creative with some of the tips that we have included. And when you want some fresh ideas, browse the web and visit such sites as instructables.com to discover amazing new solutions.
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She earned her Masters in Applied Social Research at Ateneo de Davao University. She's a hard-core pluralist, an eternal optimist, a 40ish realist and a frustrated florist. She’s a mother, a teacher, a dreamer and who knows one day a potter.
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