It is not unusual to hear of an attic room or an angled ceiling. Although these rooms make way for a unique room design, they usually result in a wardrobe with an angled ceiling.
At first, glance, organising your stuff in a wardrobe with an angled ceiling is difficult. But with the right tips for arranging your stuff, it would look like you had built your custom wardrobe. Fit all your things into every space of your wardrobe with these solutions.
Before arranging your stuff, you should first take everything out and categorise them. For example, separate your clothes into different categories like pants, shirts, underwear, etc., first before doing anything. This way, you can easily determine the clothes to throw out or donate and the clothes you want to keep.
Watch videos on how to categorise your wardrobe if you’re confused or are hesitating to discard some items. You will be surprised how much stuff you don’t use compared to what you wear regularly.
Imagine where you plan to put everything
When you have all of your clothes out, look at your bare wardrobe and plan where everything will go. Then, rather than stuffing things in as you go and taking them out when they don’t fit the right way, you should already have a rough idea of which clothes to hang and to fold.
Aside from the position of the clothes, you can also plan on where to put additional storage space. For example, for a wardrobe with an angled ceiling, you can maximize the use of the ceiling by installing additional rods for hangers. The staggered position of the rods will help separate your hanging clothes so you can easily go through them without having them overlap.
If you prefer a shelf on the angled ceiling, you can put things that will easily take up each nook of the ceiling, like bed sheets or pillows.
Learn to fold the proper way
Certain folding techniques can maximize storage space. For example, puffy sweaters or denim pants may be folded to be stacked, while t-shirts and sleepwear may be rolled and put into drawers or baskets if you don’t have any drawer space.
Efficient folding does not only create more space in your closet but makes your wardrobe look more aesthetically pleasing. An organised wardrobe is a pretty wardrobe.
Utilize wall space
When it looks like your closet is almost full, take a second look because there might be one area you haven’t used for storage: the walls. Drive nails into your wardrobe wall to hang accessories, scarves, hats, or other jewellery. It will give you a wider space for your underwear boxes or stack of jeans.
There are also hangers with multiple hooks to hang the things mentioned above. The hanger may be a more practical alternative than multiple nails in the wall. Organising your wardrobe already takes a lot of effort, what more when it has an angled ceiling. The funky part doesn’t help when all you want is to be able to reach that shirt and pair of pants without having to rummage through all of your clothes. The angled ceiling on your wardrobe makes it look like a custom wardrobe: use it to your advantage not only for organizing but for making it look suitable for your taste as well.