I understand your frustration as life tends to get in the way. That is why I love my job so that I can bring peace into you life. I recently had a newly divorced client who was frustrated with trying to get her closet organized. She had to downsize into an apartment and didn’t have the time to organize all her things while trying to juggle a new job and small children.
The good news is she didn’t have to do a thing. I made my magic!
Closet Organizing Steps:
Use your bed and floor space for staging things.Sort all like things together such as shoes, purses, belts, hats, dresses, shirts, etc.
Gather all the things you no longer use and put in a donation box or toss is non-usable.
Determine what things you have left and the best way to utilize your space. Look at the shelf space, floor space, hanging space.
This particular closet had decent storage space but she had about 60 pair of shoes, some purses and lots of clothes to organize. It gets challenging to utilize the space efficiently.
How to Utilizing Space efficiently
The products that I used for this closet and most closets come from the ContainerStore which has a great variety of organizers and super quality.
I used the shelf space above the clothes rods to organize the majority of shoes and seasonal clothing into appropriate size clear containers.
The back-of-the-door was a great place to hang a “24 pair over- the- door shoe organizer”.
I used her floor shoe organizer to put the shoes she wore the most.
This 12 pocket purse organizer was great for storing purses.
A verticle 6 pocket cubicle organizer worked great for jeans and t-shirts.