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Here’s how You Could Make your Wardrobe Space Much More Functional


Post by Taislany Gomes • November 28, 2019 • Other

If you feel as though you need to completely revamp your wardrobe space, then you have come to the right place. Here you can easily find out everything you need to know about changing things up while also making the space that you have much more practical.

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Calculate the Numbers

The first thing that you need to do is take an inventory of all the things that you have in the closet. You can easily use an online calculator to help you plan out exactly how much space you’ll need. The best thing about doing calculations like this is that it will help you to find out how much space you need for hanging, shelving and other related accessories. When you have totalled up your clothes you can then plan and design everything else. If you are moving house and are designing your new wardrobe space then Bekins Moving Solution will get your clothes to the new location without any problems at all.

Prioritise Space

When designing your wardrobe space you need to make sure that you design your long-hanging section first. When you have done this, you can then add some drawers and some shelves after. The main reason why you’ll need longer hanging space is so that you can fit dresses and anything else you need. Think about having around 20-25” for this space if you can.

Folding

If you want to maintain the shape of the garment then you need to try and stack or fold the sweaters, knitted items or even t-shirts where possible. If you are folding them and putting them in drawers then try and make sure that you follow a filing method as this will help you to see which shirt you are pulling out.

Seasonal Storage

If you are finding it a little hard to make the most out of your space, then you need to rotate your clothing as much as possible. Baskets and bins can work wonders here because it helps you to keep your seasonal items out of the way.

Divide

If you have a shared closet and want to stop any future arguments then you may want to try and create a divide. When you do, you can easily separate your items and you can also avoid mixing clothes too. If you know that you have more clothes than your other half, then it may be worth giving yourself more space so that you can accommodate this.

Design with Extra Storage

The average woman has 27 pairs of shoes. The average man on the other hand only has 19 pairs. If you want to help yourself here, then you need to make sure that you have ample shoe storage in your home. If you don’t then you may find that you just can’t fit everything and that you really struggle to keep everything nice, clean and organised. If you aren’t quite sure how to really add storage to your wardrobe, then buy a shoe organiser or make a wooden grid that houses your shoes individually. This is a great way for you to keep your closet neat without you having to worry about taking up too much space.

 

 

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