It’s so easy for your closet to get cluttered and disorganized. If you want to maximize your closet space, it’s important to make a plan for utilizing all the space you have in your closet. One of the reasons the closest become so crowded is because people tend to want to put everything in the same area. But don’t fret. There are ways to make the most out of your wardrobe closet no matter how small it is.
Here’s How To Maximize Your Closet Space
Use Every Inch of Space
One of the overlooked things in a closet when it comes to tidying it up is not using the hard-to-reach places. Don’t be afraid to be creative and use areas of your closet you normally would ignore. If there is a space that is awkward to get to, consider adding a carousel or making a shelf if at all possible.
Rotate Your Clothes
Next, consider rotating your clothes. Whether you want to discard old clothes or pack them away for the season, less clothes means more closet space. And with more space, you can see everything you have without having to clutter your area. Consider using vacuum-sealed bags or clear storage containers to store your out-of-season items, and label them clearly for easy retrieval.
Embrace Vertical Space
Learning to embrace vertical spaces can help you add more storage without taking up too much space. The Container Store shares tips for making the most out of your closet’s vertical space, explaining, “[Use] closet organizers like stacking drawers or shelves to store sweaters, shoes, and handbags and prevent items from toppling over.” The more you can stack, the more space you can clear.
Make sure to use your back wall to its full potential. Even if you don’t have the luxury of having a walk-in closet, you can use the back of the wall to add hooks to hang up accessories. With fewer items on the floor or the rack, you can save the front of your closet for your most important and frequently used articles of clothing.
By following these tips, your closet will be in tip-top shape in no time.
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