Closet Ideas

September 11, 2015 5:39 am Published by Keeping an organized closet will no doubt make your life easier. Knowing exactly where everything is will keep you from losing your mind and it will keep everything in its place. St. Paul Square apartments come equipped with closets large enough to warrant a creative storage area for all your clothes and accessories. Start by prioritizing items to organize based on what you use the most. Keep the most common things you wear at eye level to make sure that you can quickly and easily find them. The next most common things, put below that eye level spot, and the least common items are best stored up top. Hang up the nicer pieces like suits, dress shirts, and dresses, then fold the items like t-shirts, pants and underwear and store them on shelves or bins. Use the floor space under the hanging clothes to store your shoes so perimeter space doesn’t get wasted. To keep everything uniform, go to either Target or Ikea to get matching hangers and get rid of the old wire ones that you have collected throughout the years from the dry cleaners. Use an umbrella stand to store your walking sticks, yoga mats, and well, umbrellas. To be sure that you can see everything, research and utilize good lighting. You can use tap lights from Amazon for each drawer and cupboard, and even to light up the racks if you want. Keeping a laundry basket and a dry cleaning basket inside to keep you from just tossing your clothes on the floor when you are done wearing them. A shoe organizer on the back of the door is great to keep accessories, belts, scarves, and jewelry. If you want the ultimate guide to organization, pick up a copy of Marie Kondo’s massive hit book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up.

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