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How To Get The Best Storage Wardrobe Solution
29 May 2017
Have you ever opened your wardrobe and
started to feel stressed just from the state of it? Have you ever been late for
an important meeting or appointment because you had to search through the
clutter for something to wear? A disorganised space can make you feel lethargic
and even start to dread getting ready in the morning. With a few extra shelves
and some fantastic accessories, however, you can clean up the space and keep it
looking its best.
In this article, we have taken a closer
look at some of the best storage wardrobe
solutions we have to offer. Try a few of them out for yourself and we’re sure
you’ll discover all of this space that you never even knew you had.
According to Eye Level
The items that we see at eye level tend to
be the ones that grab our attention the most. Think about it this way – when
shopping at the supermarket, how often do you look at the items on the top or
bottom shelves? Unless you’re looking for something specific, we’re pretty sure
that you mostly look at the items that are right at eye level. This is where
supermarkets tend to place the items that are on sale, encouraging consumers to
This same rule can be applied to your
wardrobe. Your favourite shirts, pants and dresses should never be too far from
eye level. Whether you decide to hang or fold, ensure that these items are
placed where you can easily see and find them.
the Rule of Thirds
One of the best ways to organise your
wardrobe is by dividing it into thirds – your favourite items should be in the
middle third, whereas those items that are used less often should be in the top
and bottom. Top section is often used for storing seasonal items (such as your
skiing gear or your big floppy beach hat) and other items that are used less
often (such as spare blankets or pillows). You may need a chair in order to
reach these items.
The bottom section is commonly used for
storing shoes. Although some people like to protect their shoes by storing them
in boxes, this does slow down the process of getting dressed in the morning. A
custom rack or shelf is better.
Other Items for Storage
If you look hard enough, you’ll probably
find a few useful items around your home that you’re not currently using that
could be repurposed as wardrobe storage. Rather than getting rid of these
items, why not use them to store some additional items in the space? Decorative
baskets, for example, look nice but they take up a lot of space when they’re
not being used. You can place these in the robe, using them to store clothing
that doesn’t need to be ironed.
Another idea is to take leftover hooks from
hanging photos or artwork around your home and install them on the back of the
door or on the wall. They can be used to store belts and scarves, allowing you
to select the perfect one.
If you have been looking for the best storage cabinets solution to help you
make the most of your space, we hope that you’ve found the tips provided above
useful. If disorganisation is a problem for you, we definitely recommend
seeking the advice of an expert – they will be able to help you plan your
wardrobe in a way that makes the most of your space and that accommodates all
of your possessions appropriately. Good luck with your new-look space!