Organising your Wardrobe Space!

Organising your Wardrobe Space!

I don't think anyone ever has enough wardrobe space, even if you live the minimal life. So as my son says, "You get what you get and you don't get upset"... Yes. Even when you are trying to maximise your wardrobe space. I think you always first, need to look at what you have to work with. Do you have hanging space? Open shelving? Drawers? And then work back from there. How much hanging space? How much open shelving? How many drawers? Are these elements fixed? Can you change the layout.

And then, once you know all this, you can begin to decide where to put things.

Minimal hanging? How about using it wisely with only shirts, jackets and dresses?

Lots of shelving? Perfect for pants, knits and tees?

Drawers? What do you want to hide? Undies, bras and socks?

I think most people get used to the potential of lots of hanging space, but it is not always the case. You just have to work with what you have…

No hanging space? It gets tricky though, when you are limited with your options… like if you have no hanging and only open shelving and drawers…If you find yourself in this situation, it is ok, work with what you have, and if you have to bite the bullet and fold... there is help...Perfect folds every time with FlipFOLD.

Only open shelving? If you have open shelving, stacking folded clothing on top of one another works best as you can see them better that way.

Only drawers? If you have draws, I find FlipFolding them, and then rolling the tees works great!

And remember…when all else fails…you can shut the wardrobe door…

Sal xx

 

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