As we transition into the fall and back-to-school, it’s important to keep a tidy closet space to stay organized. Here’s some tips from House Lift to organize your closet:
Your closet space should work for you and your family’s lifestyle. Consider if you want a walk-in, California, or hidden closet, ask yourself the following questions to see what kind of closet you need:
- What are your style needs?
- How do you plan to use your closet?
- How will your family use the closet?
- Is your family messy or organized?
- Do you value function or style more?
If you create places for all of the things in your closet it makes it easier to clean and creates a more tidy look. Try shelf dividers to keep your folded shirts, organize jewelry on a jewelry tree, install a pegboard on the wall for backpacks or raincoats, find a shoe rack to lift shoes off the floor, or buy matching storage boxes to hide sweatshirts, scarves, or sunglasses.
The easiest way to streamline your closet is to invest in hangers that match. Matching hangers not only tie your closet together, but also highlight your wardrobe. If you or your kids have certain outfits, hang them close together so you aren’t searching around every morning.
Designing your closet is an opportunity to express your style, personality, and clean up your space before the school year. Work with House Lift to remodel your closet, contact us to start today!