Published at Thursday, 12 September 2019. Closet. By Paulette Perrault.
Whether it is the closet in your bedroom, the linen closet, or any other closet in your home, it begins with removing everything in the closet. You will want three piles. One for the stuff you are going to keep, another for the stuff you are going to give away, and finally a pile for the items going in the trash. You might also have a pile of items you are unsure about. This needs to be a small pile, not a way to cop out of deciding.
Large closet spaces offer the ability to be more creative in designing the space. Wall to wall shelving and cubbyhole storage can come in a variety of designs. The options are endless. Measure your space and shop for a prefabricated organizer than both fits your space and your needs. If you can’t find a prefabricated one that fits your space or needs or even if you have a specific design in mind, custom built is an option. Hire a local contractor to build your closet to order or for the more adventurous try to do it yourself. If your walk in closet is large enough, add a small sitting area perhaps with a makeup table and mirror. Place a full length mirror on a wall or purchase a freestanding one so you can check your outfit and appearance without leaving your closet space. Make sure your closet is well lit and opt for a light or bright color on the walls. Depending on the location of your closet you may be able to incorporate a small window. Be sure to include a privacy window dressing.
Closets – they are our best friend and our worst enemy. Closets are designed to hide stuff and in even the smallest closet if you are determined you can put a lot of ”stuff” in them. The problem is while they do a great job of hiding things, they contribute to the clutter in our homes. We all have at least one of those closets that we are scared to open the doors on for fear of what comes tumbling out. That is not good! Closets are a great place to start your declutter project. Pick your worst closet and get busy!
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