Posted on June 30 2017
One of the most coveted features in a home is plenty of closet space. You may be fortunate enough to have roomy closets in each bedroom, plus an ensuite closet in your master bedroom. If you are not careful, it is easy for your closet to get all cluttered and impossible to find things you need. Here are some handy hacks to get your closets organized:
Get Rid Of Clutter
Nobody intentionally makes a mess out of their closet. Over time, there may be more junk in your closet than things you wear. Before you can organize your closet, you must get rid of the clutter. While you are sorting, get rid of anything that you have not worn in the past six months. That includes the skinny jeans you hoped to wear again one day, as well as your 8th-grade prom dress. What you cannot sell, recycle, or donate to charity, throw it away. You may be pleasantly surprised at the room you have left.Read More
Posted on March 28 2017
Closets are instrumental for the homeowners who want to reduce clutter in their rooms. Surprisingly, the greatest source of clutter in most homes is the clean clothes. With so many solutions to this problem, ThreadStax stands out from the crowd. ThreadStax comes in compartments that resemble trays. If you fold your clothes and put them in these trays, you can stack them up within the drawer. Once you arrange these trays in the drawer, you can find them easily without the risk of developing some creases. Most homeowners love ThreadStax since it maximizes space, keeps everything neat, and saves time.Read More
Posted on January 31 2017
You know the closet should be organized. It’s one of those tasks that you keep procrastinating about doing because it feels like an insurmountable job. Your closet holds all your personal possession, and some of your favorite things, but it’s likely filled with chaos too. That can make you feel like your life is chaotic. Experts recommend that you take the organizing in stages. Don’t overwhelm yourself and try to follow some of these closet organization strategiesRead More
Posted on December 31 2016
There are powerful emotions behind the things that you own. You purchase a pair of jeans because it makes you feel good even though you have 17 other pairs of jeans.
Old college sweatshirts, comfortable jeans or sneakers all have emotional connections to memories for us. A closet can be the magnifying glass on the internal parts of ourselves. During times of chaos, the clutter in the closet can get out of control, or you might go on a cleaning spree because it makes you feel better to clear out the space.
Major Events You might be the person who has to clean and organize after major traumatic events in your life. Keeping the closet and the rest of the home clean and organized makes you feel like you’re bringing order to a chaotic time in your life.Read More
Posted on December 26 2016
When your home’s closets are a disaster, it is difficult to find what you need to prepare for your day. A messy bedroom closet can make your feel unknowingly stressed. We all know that closing the door and pretending that the disaster doesn’t exist isn’t a plan for success, so try this out when you have reached closet armageddon.Read More
Posted on November 30 2016
When you open the door to your closet, what do you find? Is your dressing area a vibrant sanctuary of possibility and favorite possessions? Or is it a war zone strewn about with the casualties of outdated outfits?
A vibrant, lively closet is a space that you enjoy stepping into. It is a place that is at once aesthetically pleasing, personalized and practical. To transform your closet from an uninspiring storage room to a space full of life, try these steps. I’ll give you a heads up: they won’t necessarily be easy, but the effort you put into revitalizing your closet will return manifold happiness.Read More
Posted on September 28 2016
If you are experiencing stress from a cluttered home, then it is time to get organized. A complete home organization can save you several hours a day because you don’t have to look for something that is under a pile of laundry. The best places to begin organizing are the garage or basement. A garage is designed for holding vehicles, lawn care equipment and gardening tools rather than racks filled with clothing or boxes filled with junk. In a basement, you need fast access to the laundry area or climate-control equipment. Begin to purge the excess items from a basement or garage, and use storage systems such as metal shelving or pegboard systems.Read More
Posted on July 17 2016
Clutter in the home can cause stress and anxiety, but it’s often difficult to get the motivation and time to de-clutter. Having less stuff in your home can lead to a more peaceful place to rest and live. When you begin the process of cleaning out your home, it’e best to start small. Don’t try any large projects unless you have plenty of time to get them done. Also, be sure that you have a place to put unwanted items and have a plan to get them out of the house as soon as possible so they don’t find their way back into your living space. Most important of all, understand that to de-clutter an entire home is a process and it doesn’t have to be done quickly. The following de-cluttering tips can help you on the path of creating a peaceful and beautiful living space.
Begin your de-clutter project with a small area, but one that will make an impact. If you have an entryway that tends to collect random things, begin with it. Perhaps you have a junk drawer that never allows you to find what you need or it may be that your closet needs work? Allow yourself 10-15 minutes to work on the area. Begin with things that are obviously trash and keep a trash bag at hand to throw things away immediately. A box for items to donate should also be close by. Once your time is up, you can keep going if you feel like it or take a break if you’ve been overwhelmed. Even 10-15 minutes a day will allow for significant cleaning time for the week.
Posted on June 14 2016
Organizing your closet can revolutionize your morning routine. Having a place for everything and everything in its place can make getting dressed a dream. If you have never tried this organization process you should consider it, because it is a tried and true method to organize your closet. Here is how to proceed:
1) The Three Magic Piles: Take everything out and make three piles. One is to keep, one is to donate or sell, and one is trash. Before you organize anything, you need to reduce it down to the items you will actually use. Having a closet full of stuff that you never wear is not beneficial. It is a waste of space and trying to organize items that need to go is a waste of time and effort.Read More
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