Time is money, more than ever. Yet everyone will recognise this image: you want to choose an outfit and hope that a glance at your wardrobe will help, but you don't know where to look first. The clothes you had in mind seem to be nowhere to be found, while the summer and winter clothes are stacked together. An efficient layout of your closet can prevent a lot of time loss and annoyance, whether it's a sliding door closet or a closet with hinged doors. We'll list our tips here.
What's in your closet?
To start with, it's important that you know what's in your closet. This might be the ideal time to keep a big chaste in your clothes. You can then sort the pieces you still need into heaps by species (and possibly by season) before they come into the closet. Then it's just a matter of deciding where to put what in the cupboard. The idea behind this is that you should be able to see in a single image where what lies, and what would fit in with it. We have a few tips for this:
- The things you need on a daily basis are placed at eye level.
- At the bottom of the closet you place less necessary items of clothing
- What you seldom wear, you put on top
- Always hang the coat hangers in the same direction to avoid chaos
- Preferably work with each part by colour as well
Need more tips and/or inspiration?
Take a look at our other blogs, they are all divided by category. For blogs about closets, take a look in the Bedrooms category. There you will discover, among other things, which wardrobe suits you perfectly, or how you can decorate your walk-in wardrobe in 5 simple steps.