Wardrobe Hacks To Reorganise Your Room On The Cheap
If you are like most people, your closet reflects how your week goes. It is clean and organised at the start, but as the days go by, it gets messier, making it harder for you to locate things you need to get ready for the office or wherever you need to be.
Come Saturday, your wardrobe has become the epitome of chaos. You are probably forced to spend your precious weekend placing things into order, after which the sequence starts again.
Fortunately, there are ways for you to break the cycle. Even better: these solutions do not have to cost you an arm and a leg. Here’s how you do it.
Amid all the disorder and confusion your wardrobe goes through every week, there is a good chance that many of the items in it are no longer useful to you. It could be unused shoes from when you were much younger, clothes that no longer fit you or the current trend, or bags that you no longer want.
All of these things are taking up valuable space while doing nothing but collecting dust for you. Paring down and getting rid of these items can make your life much easier. You can give away what you can, sell those still of value, or throw out those that are no longer functional. That way, you end up with only the clothes you still use and make more space for new ones.
Take Note of Seasonal Changes
When paring down the contents of your closet, you need to think of the long term. For example, don’t get rid of your favourite winter jacket if you are reorganising during summer. Also, hold on to some of your dinner dresses in case you get invited in the future to an evening party or event.
Deciding which ones to keep and which ones to discard could be both time-consuming and nerve-wracking, but if you survive it, you could end up with a closet that won’t give you any headaches down the road.
Customise Your Wardrobe Space
Now for the best part: customise your wardrobe space. But before you do this, you need to understand how you access each item in your closet. For example, which clothes or accessories do you use often? Which ones can you put in the overhead storage compartment?
Knowing how you use the contents of your wardrobe will give you valuable insight into how they should be laid out. Discuss this with the contractor to ensure that your vision is realistic and can be turned into reality. Ask which materials are more cost-effective and how the design can be executed with the least cost.
Reorganise Your Stuff
Once your custom wardrobe is ready, you need to invest a little bit more time to organise your things. However, since you have already gone through every item, you already have a good idea of where each of them would go. As such, this step should be a bit easier.
Now that you are closer to the finish line, this should give you more motivation to see things through. Once you are done, you will see that customising your closet is the right way to go.