A closet should, ideally, be something that makes your life simple. Whether it's a tiny space or a large walk-in, should be where you can find all the things you need on any given day — clothes, shoes, handbags, jewelry, and other random accessories. It's supposed to be something functional that makes storage easier. Keeping a closet clean and organized is about one hundred times harder than it seems. One day you've got a spotless space that makes you feel a lovely zen feeling, and then you have a few mornings where you don't know what to wear, and things start to get messy. You promise yourself you'll straighten up later, but then instead you go shopping and add more items to the disaster area. This endless cycle continues until your closet looks like it recently endured a tornado, and you can't glance in there without feeling completely stressed out. So, follow some tips:
Get rid of stuff you don't need.
Buy closet hanging organizers to save space.
Hang whatever you can on the inside of your door.
Buy bins to store anything out of season in another space.
Figure out a system that works for you when hanging clothes.
Color coordination is very pleasing to the eye, but I personally find that organizing by clothing type makes it easiest for me to pick things out: sweaters with sweaters, tanks with tanks, etc.
Hang everything so that both the clothing item and the hanger face the same way.
This is much nicer to look at and is more functional.
Rearrange your closet so you have two staggered racks instead of one.
Take advantage of the space in there! Two racks can change everything.
Install a light if you don't already have one.
Being able to actually see your stuff will immediately help keep things more neat.
Make use of all available space in some wayPut a shelf above the racks, put hooks on the walls, buy a shoe organizer for the floor, etc.
Buy clear bins to hold your smaller accessories.
Make sure they're clear so that you can see what's in them easily.
If you have limited floor space, store shoes in a bin under your bed.
Or, instead of buying an organizer, just carefully line your shoes up on the floor of the closet. Sometimes this ends up taking up less space.
Invest in good hangers so that your clothes stop falling all over the floor.
It doesn't seem worth it, but it totally is.
Use drawer separators to keep things neat.
Don't just shove things in a drawer — that's not organized.
Fold everything that won't easily wrinkle, like jeans or knit sweaters.
There's no need to take up hanging space with items that can be folded.
Use a chain and S hook to hold multiple items on one hanger.
You can buy the chain and the S hook from Home Depot.
By Top Heels Team.