Do you currently have a proper system in place for storing your clothes and accessories? You make a significant investment in your clothes and accessories, so why aren’t you storing them the way they deserve?
Jewelry cases, belt hooks, and other clothing and accessories should have a specific home somewhere in your closet. Putting a storage plan into action for clothing and accessories will ultimately help you protect the often-costly investment you’ve made to have these items in the first place.
If you’re looking for ways to improve storage of clothing and accessories in your closet this spring, please pay close attention to these storage suggestions designed to help you protect your investments:
Glide to Store
Glide-out storage cabinets or shelves can be a great way to store foldable clothing and a number of valuable accessories. Gliding storage makes it much easier for you to find the exact accessories you’re looking for when you want them by minimizing barriers and allowing you to reach items with ease.
Find a Place for Everything
No matter how exactly you go about storing your accessories, everything should fit in its’ rightful place when you’re finished. Labeling drawers to dedicate them for specific items is a great way to set the stage for a mess-free closet all year round.
Labeled drawers are a great solution for preventing clutter, keeping frequently used items within easy reach, and allowing you to peruse all of your accessories quickly and easily, without having to open every drawer to conduct and extensive search.
Storage Under Bed
If you’re sick of your old bed and you’re thinking it’s time to replace it anyway, you should consider what kind of bed can actually give you more storage space, in addition to giving you a more comfortable place to sleep. A platform bed with pullout storage drawers underneath might be the perfect solution.
A number drawers on either side of your bed will give you additional space to store seasonal apparel, undergarments, and whatever else you’d like! Additionally, if you can find space under your bed to store most of your items, you might eliminate the need for a dresser, which will free up even more space in your closet.
If your shoe collection has outgrown your current closet space, you might have to think of a new solution. If you have the space to do so, you should consider outfitting your closet with over-the-door shoe racks, slanted shelving, wall-mount shoe racks, or handing shoe holders. All of these will help you organize your shoes and clear up much needed floor space at the same time.
When tackling the organization of your closet, it’s often difficult to tell what storage solution will be best until you’ve taken complete inventory of all items that need to be stored. If you’re looking for a custom storage solution that meets your unique needs, please don’t hesitate to give the storage experts at Perfect Fit Closets a call at 1-587-230-8120 today!