We all know the amount of effort needed to clear through and organise your wardrobe space. It can be thought of as a massive chore. So, why not make it fun? Create a process and follow a few steps to arrange your wardrobe space and keep your home free from clutter.
Step One: Remove and Categorise
Removing your clothes, and dumping them on the floor is not ideal when you are trying to create less clutter.
Instead, take each item of clothing out and place them into sections. This is a great way to see all your clothing at once and help you to make rational decisions. It will make it easier to sell, donate, and give away items to someone who needs them more.
When placing your clothes back into the wardrobe, try to keep them in categories. At Deane, we provide bespoke storage solutions that can be tailored to you and your space.
With styles for every budget and aesthetic preference, our carcass and front framed wardrobes offer the ideal solutions for every home. Each style provides a purpose and range of benefits, so you can have the perfect option for your home.
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Step Two: Empty, Clean, and Plan
Now you have all of your clothes, shoes, and accessories out of your wardrobe space, it’s always a good idea to clean, polish and wipe down the surfaces. Giving you a fresh base to start on before you reorganise your bespoke wardrobe interior.
Think about how you want your wardrobe interiors to be organised. The first question to ask yourself is, “what are my wardrobes best features?”, does it have any shelves, is it tall, wide? Are there any disadvantages that I can fix? All these questions can trigger some inspiration to build further and really open your eyes to what can be done with bespoke wardrobe space.
Step Three Placement and Order:
When you open your wardrobe, you should be able to locate where everything is without any hassle. So, when discussing your fitted wardrobe design with our team, it’s important that you consider the layout, placement and order of your items, and how it will work best for you.
Within your bespoke wardrobe, the correct use of drawers and rail space correctly, will give you more space to separate your valuable clothing to your regular items. Knowing what you will be storing in your wardrobe space is important when maintaining an organised and clutter-free home. With made to measure, bespoke fitted wardrobes you can guarantee that the storage in your home is the exact solution to your design, lifestyle and aesthetic preferences.
- Colour co-ordinating – even though they have already been placed into ‘type of clothing’, it will be useful to progress to colours too as it will look more appealing and make your wardrobe easier to navigate – especially if it’s in a rainbow effect.
- Stacking thick clothing – i.e., jumpers and denim, this will give you more space to hang the clothes which are more valuable or prone to creases. Denim will not crinkle or lose their shape, so this will save any hanging space for other loose items.
Step Four: Maintaining Your Wardrobe Space
To maintain the organisation, follow a new rule. Imagine a one in and one out routine; whenever you buy new items of clothing you throw another out. This way, your wardrobe is always fresh, new and never overwhelmed or cramped.
At Deane, our bespoke fitted furniture is built to last, reliable, and easy to get into the nooks and crannies of any room. We can enhance the use of your space and ensure that your wardrobe is bespoke to you and your requests.
Making Your New Wardrobe Design a Reality
Keeping to these four easy steps will ensure that organising your wardrobe space will no longer be an issue, it will be fun, creative, and exciting!
In a small space, finding easily accessible storage is key which is why creative design and bespoke storage solutions are ideal. So, don’t assume that small spaces are bad, they’re a great opportunity for a design solution tailored to your style and storage needs.
If you are looking to redesign your wardrobe space into an area that is completely bespoke to you and your room then get in touch with us to arrange a time to pop into our showroom and discuss project ideas with one of our design specialists.
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