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
Posted on June 05 2016
Organizing your closet drawers makes it easier to find the items needed to get dressed in the morning for work or in the evening for special events. Walk-in closets often have organizational systems that include clothing rods at different levels, shelves in a variety of sizes and drawers that are similar to a chest of drawers. Instead of shoving garments into a closet’s drawers in a willy-nilly fashion, store things properly to avoid damaging the items along with making it easier to find things. You can also organize the drawers that are in pieces of furniture throughout a home.
One: Dump out the Drawers
Dump everything out of all of the drawers onto a tabletop, bed or floor in order to choose what you need to keep or throw away. Have a trash bag ready to toss out socks with holes, and you may want to make a pile of items that require repair. If you no longer need a gently-worn garment, then place it in a container to donate it to a charity.Read More
Posted on May 13 2016
Organizing your closet might seem like a challenge, but if you follow certain steps, then the process is easy. More importantly, after a closet is organized, you can find items without feeling stressed because the space is filled with an assortment of items that you no longer need. The first thing you need to do is take everything out of the closet to determine what to get rid of along with deciding where the remaining items will go. Before beginning a closet-cleaning process, make sure to have enough time to complete the job, and prepare by having supplies such as boxes and cleansers.
One: Reduce Closet Clutter
The closets in a home become catchalls for everything when it is time to straighten a room before guests arrive, but when it is time for organizing your closet, it essential to purge items. For bedroom closets that contain clothing, footwear and accessories, you should try on the items to get rid of the things that do not fit or that are in bad condition. You can give these items to charitable organizations or have a yard sale. If anything is in the wrong closet, then put it in a box to relocate it to the proper place.Read More
Posted on March 22 2016
PLC Closets is honored to offer the best solution to designing, constructing and finishing your personal space as part of our Custom Closet storage services. There are no dimensions or specifications that we haven’t dealt with already. So you will find your time with us to be both informative and pleasant.
Closet features come in all shapes and sizes. Our modern access to the world’s resources allows us a broad choice of textures, colors and patterns. There are no limits to the designs and layouts of your personal closet space, and we are determined to meet all of the design features that you have in mind. From large spaces, to medium and small, the inspiration will always come from you. We will then help you to get the most value and space from that inspiration.Read More
Posted on March 15 2016
Much has changed over the past few decades in terms of the society we live in, the technology we use, and how we work - and modern housing trends will likely see an even faster pace of acceleration over the next decade. Let’s explore some of these trends, which range from closet systems in Naples Florida to high-tech rooms.
Home Offices Aren’t Only Practical, They’re Necessary
As time moves forward, so does technology and the way we work. More and more people are working from home, which means that spreading out your paperwork and your laptop on the kitchen table just isn’t cutting it anymore - over the next decade, expect to see housing trends include more elaborate, larger home offices.Read More
Posted on March 06 2016
Closet design is a lot more important than most people think. Consider this: how much time could you save if you had a well organized closet, customized to your precise needs? You’d be able to get ready to go out or go to work faster, and not only that - the entire experience of dressing yourself, doing makeup, or accessorizing will instantly become much more enjoyable. Do yourself a favor and consider these helpful closet organization principles.
Consider the Placement of Your Mirror
According to expert closet designers in Naples Florida</a>, the placement of your mirror in your closet can make a huge impact on your comfort level and how efficiently you can examine yourself before leaving.Read More
Posted on February 29 2016
Even if your house is the cleanest on the block and even your dogs know to put their toys away when they’re done with playtime, keeping a tidy, organized closet always seem to be just out of reach. Here are a few closet organization tips to help you maximize your storage space and rid your bedroom or hall closet of unnecessary clutter.
1. Discard any superfluous items Closets are supposed to be for garment, shoe and accessory storage, but they often end up being depositories for all of the stuff that we don’t need right now, but might need or wear later. The fact is, many of the items that you think you’ll wear later could be dismissed by a quick rundown of your closet. Doing this task with a friend will improve your efficiency even more, particularly if it’s a friend whose fashion sense you trust. Removing damaged clothes, clothes that are a few sizes too big or too small, or baubles that are no longer in fashion can have a major impact on the storage capacity of your closet.Read More
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