Keeping your closet organized can feel overwhelming. But don’t worry. Here are five tips and strategies to use that will make you feel like Mary Poppins.
Every few months, assess your clothing items. If you haven’t worn something in the last six months to a year, consider donating or selling it. Keep what you truly love and wear.
Use Organizational Tools
Invest in practical organizational tools like hanging shelves, stackable bins, baskets, or drawer dividers. These tools can help maximize space and make it easier to find and store items.
Implement a System
Create a system for organizing your clothes. You can arrange items by color, type (shirts, pants, dresses), or seasonality. Having a system in place makes it easier to put things back where they belong and find what you need quickly.
Utilize Vertical Space
Take advantage of vertical space in your closet. Install extra rods or hooks to hang bags, belts, or accessories. This keeps items visible and easily accessible.
One-In, One-Out Rule
Adopt the “one-in, one-out” rule. Each time you purchase a new clothing item, consider letting go of something else. This habit can help keep your closet from getting overly crowded.