How to Organise your Wardrobe in three Simple Steps

How to Organise your Wardrobe in three Simple Steps

Wardrobes have always been the first and most effective solution to decluttering any bedroom. However, they can be a source of untidiness.

Depending on how you keep the contents of your sliding door wardrobe, you can either have a tidy or an untidy room. Closets quickly get messy and therefore need consistent cleanups.

The method you use to arrange your clothes also determines how neat you keep your wardrobe. Unfortunately, most people often have a hard time finding their clothes because of their arrangements.

As a result, you make a mess in your closet in an attempt to find an item of clothing. Here are some tips for you to better organise your sliding door wardrobe.

Label your closet items.

As you plan a thorough cleanup of your sliding door wardrobe, the first thing you should do is label your items accordingly. This will help you know which items are where.

Labelling your clothes will also help identify which ones are due for donation or expulsion. It is a great way to organise your clothes regardless of whether you intend to keep them all.

You may also have a labelling system for your clothes according to the value or frequency of use. The clothes and items that you most treasure should get top priority and occupy special compartments in the wardrobe. Moreover, the clothes you use the most should be placed where they’re easily accessible.

Labelling doesn’t have to be literal. For example, you can organise your closet into sections that hold specific items. Each section is a ‘label’.

Change up your closet from time to time. 

If you have a sliding door or fitted wardrobe, changing up the contents they hold goes a long way for proper organisation. More often than not, wardrobes are cluttered due to the items they contain. Some people like hoarding clothes while others have a high turnover of new clothing items.

Make a personal pact to refresh some of the contents in your closet every once in a while. This could be every two months, more or less, depending on your preference.

An excellent way to change up your wardrobe is to do away with an old item in your closet for every new one you purchase. This simple step will prevent clutter from piling up in your closet.

Moreover, every item kept in your closet will be useful. Therefore, you can constantly maintain the tidy state of your wardrobe while keeping what you need. Nonetheless, it’s important to find a routine arrangement that works best for you. After all, it’s your personal closet.

Group your clothes according to season. 

Winter wear is significantly different from summer wear. At any one point, depending on the season, you will rarely need some clothes. Separate your clothes according to when you wear them. Keep your winter clothing items together and gather your summer clothes as well.

Having these separations makes everything more accessible. So, on warm summer days, place your summer clothes nearer to the front of your closet and your winter clothes further back. On the other hand, place your winter clothing within reach when the cold season approaches.

When the clothes you need are easy to access, you will avoid making a mess as you look for what to wear.

Excellent organisation skills will also enhance the appearance of your closet. Whether you have a sliding door wardrobe or a vintage swinging door closet, your room will be tidy and bright.

Get yourself a custom made wardrobe and utilise these great tips in organising your clothes.