5 Simple Closet Upgrades
Last week we talked simple bathroom upgrades. Today the closet is taking its turn with these 5 ways to instantly make yours look and feel less like a fabric graveyard and more like a well-tended garment garden.
Let’s get to upgrading then, shall we?
Letting your folded sweaters and shirts topple and converge into inseparable blobs of fabric…
Shelf dividers! These are an extremely handy tool for keeping your folded, shelf-residing clothing neat. Think of these as lines drawn in a parking lot. Without them, you’d end up with cars facing every which way, an unintelligible mess. But with them, you have yourself bona fide parking spaces.
Keeping your shoes in their original boxes, which, unless you only wear one shoe brand, can look cluttered all together, and can make remembering what shoes you have and thus wearing said shoes more of a struggle…
A uniform system that provides for minimal visual disorder and maximal footwear visibility. These clear, plastic shoe boxes are always affordable and always a win.
Cultivating a museum of mis-matched hangers (I don’t feel the need to say any more on this front)…
Uniform hangers. Preferably those that take up the least amount of space and that caress your garments with a comfortable, non-slip finish. Just do it, seriously. You’ll be amazed at how much better everything becomes instantly. In your closet and in your whole life.
Letting the contents of your drawers run amok (again, I don’t feel the need to say more, since I know you know what I’m talking about…)
Closet drawer dividers. You can go front to back or side to side or you can go section tray inserts, but you definitely can’t go home unless you get these first. That’s how that expression goes, right?
Letting your boots wilt over like some sad flaccid somethingorother…
Boot inserts. They’re available in plastic, cedar, inflatable, and more, and they really will be the wind beneath your boot’s wings. Or whatever.
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