Organizing Closet in Five Easy Steps

Do you make use of functional most of your closet space? It's all too easy to just hang out, folding, or throwing stuff wherever it is most convenient at the moment, but that can lead to messy closet where it is difficult to find what you need when you need it. A much better approach is to put some thought-and work-organizing so that you not only make the best use of your closet, but also get rid of items that just take up space. Organizing the closet is a relatively quick project that pays dividends later on, and it was not as difficult a task as you might think.

There are many reasons to finally overcome your closet. Do you have a move coming, trying to find more space, or simply can not see the chaos it for one more day, organizing your closet is a simple way to take inventory and make the most of the square footage you're working with. Below, we will discuss the steps you need to follow when you organize a closet, including how to decide what stayed and what happened.

Emptying It Out
When it comes to organizing a closet, it will get more messed up before it gets better. Yes, the first step in taking this project is to completely vacate the room-even if it means (and likely will) just throw everything into your bedroom floor. But there is method to the madness, trust us.

If you have any other cabinets that you can organize your items hang while you set then go for it, if not simply storing items on hangers and stacks them on your bed them. Taking everything else you've got in there as well, because you want your closet should be completely emptied to start. Shoes, accessories, linens, and other things that make your way there for years all had to find another place to stay for a few hours while you get a job.

Clean it
Organizing the closet is a great opportunity to get some cleaning in. Think of the last time you actually took the duster and vacuum for your closet-the possibility of a long, if ever. Now your closet emptied, however, you can give it a quick clean. Dust and wipe down the shelves, hanging racks wipe and vacuum the floor. It's surprising how much dust can end up in this small space, and you'll be thankful once you get rid of all of it.

Continue, Toss, Donate
After you clean your closet can address the elephant in the room-aka a big pile of clothes. The trick to figuring out what items you will keep and which you are going to get rid of is to ask yourself some key questions:

Does it fit?
Whether you wear it in the last year?
Is that your style?
Does it bring you joy?
If the answer to all these questions is "no," then it's time for an item to go. Separate your pile larger to a smaller partner: pile for donation, pile for things that you want to try to sell, and piles of items that you will throw. Bag or box items and label them, then set them aside.

Plan Your Vision
Unless you go ahead full steam with a closet full re-do, you might be working with the same physical space as you had before. This means you will have to get creative when it comes to making the most of your closet-task more easily hopefully now that you've gotten rid of most of your things.

Take the time to plan how you will arrange everything. Are you going to sort your clothes by category or color (or both)? what items could be folded instead of hung out to save space? Is there a feature your organization can be added, such as a shoe rack or canvas hanging shelves? On the last point, if you want to add new features, now is the time to do it.

It is also an opportunity to free up space by separating your clothes by season. If you can, invest in some additional storage such as under-the-bed plastic container where you can store items that you do not need access to all the time.

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