SIMPLE STEPS TO A STREAMLINED and STYLISH CLOSET
There are some steps to an organized and stylish closet:-
Start from cleaning everything from your closet. It helps to organizing of clothing in stacks by specific categories so you can take inventory. This will make it easy to see how much you have of each type and will also expedite the editing stage. This is an opportunity for you to start fresh, so make sure to wipe down any shelving, give the space a vacuum and relocate stray items that don’t belong in your closet.
Too much stuff is the enemy of a well-organized space. Take some time to reflect on the size of your closet and on your current lifestyle. Jot down what’s required for your typical week as well as what you need for workouts, hobbies, and special events. Since the contents of your closet will control your style, this is also a good opportunity to become more intentional about how you present yourself each day. Just because something cost a lot of money or looks good on somebody else doesn’t mean that it is the right fit for you. Examination the entire contents of your closet and do your best to keep only what you actually use, need, and love. This is the most important step of this process.
A few things I like to investment in when setting up a closet:
- Uniform’s hangers are organized. Same style and color for a consistent look.
- Open bins and baskets for storing accessories.
- Shelf dividers to keep stacks of folded jeans or sweaters from toppling over.
- Sturdy hooks for bathrobes, handbags and necklaces.
Set Up and Style
In deciding where to store things, consider how frequently you use them. Try to keep everyday essentials visible for easy contact, and formal, seasonal, and occasional items in the back of the closet or on a high shelf.
Create a stylish, organized look in clothing closets by using uniform hangers (no more wire hangers!) and arranging hanging items by type, style, and color.
Use pretty bins or baskets to store gloves, scarves and accessories. Select one style and color of bin to keep everything looking clean and organized.
Display shoes on open shelving, shoe racks, or cubbies so you can see what you’ve got. Formal or occasional shoes can be stored and stacked in clear shoeboxes. Flip-flops, sandals and sneakers work well in a round basket on the floor for easy contact.
Handbags can be hung on sturdy hooks and clutches, and small accessories can be stored in labeled bins or baskets.
Once you’re all set up, it’s nice to add some personal touches and décor to complete the look. Like that You can try enjoying patterned wallpaper, a throw rug, pretty lighting, framed pictures or an inspiration board.
Life can get disordered, but your closet doesn’t have to. Inevitably, you will buy new things and receive gifts. In order to maintain a streamlined and stylish closet you must respect the boundaries you have set up. Every time a new item enters your closet, a similar item should be donated or taken to a buy-sell-trade or consignment store. (When deciding whether to sell or donate your unwanted items, consider if the time it takes to consign or list on Ebay is really worth the dollar amount you may earn, usually a small fraction of the original price.) It’s also helpful to keep a basket or tote bag in your closet for storing donations as they arise.