A Place For Everything
A closet needs a system so as to function properly and stay organized. Your system will be as complex or as easy as you prefer but the standard factor in just about all closet organization is having a place for everything. The moment this is accomplished, the next thing to perfect will be to put everything in its place. This will have to be done consistently for making your system deliver the results which could take time, practice including a little self-discipline.
As an illustration if the bottom level of your family closet is a sea of unmatched shoes plus you’ve got to conduct a scavenger hunt to get a matching pair – you should find a home for almost every set of footwear you have. This probably will mean getting a shoe tree or simply a similar organizational helper. Before you obtain, do your homework – uncover what will come in your cost range and exactly where you can find it. Make certain there is enough room for one’s entire shoe collection and be forward thinking – leave room for future growth. If you don’t do that you will end up in the same situation as before however with less cash in your wallet.
Once you’ve found a spot for all of your clothes (or shoes) go to the trouble (each time) to put them back inside their new spot. But don’t take a look at just your shoes! Keep going, opt for the next problem spot inside your closet, you’ll be aware of what it’s by a standard of frustration you have as you try to find something. It may very well be belts, ties, workout clothes, socks, whatever it is -find a place for the items, stick them there every time and very quickly it’s going to become second nature and you’ll never have to conduct a search in the closet again.
To your success,
David L. Lillie