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Tips on organising your wardrobe

The first step in knowing how to organise a wardrobe is to choose the clothes you are going to keep. Depending on this decision, you will then know the type of storage solutions you require. For example, you may need more space for your folded clothes, for ​​hangers, or for long dresses, etc.

Placing clothes inside the wardrobe

The garments will be placed inside the closet depending on their fabric or material. As a general rule, the most delicate fabrics have to be hung; the most resistant can be folded, put in drawers or stacked according to their use, colours, etc.

There must be adequate space between the hangers so that the hung clothes are easily found. For each type of garment you have to use the appropriate hanger, such as those suitable for trousers or jackets.

Wardrobe shelves and drawers are reserved for clothes that are to be folded. As far as the drawers are concerned, it is a question of keeping the smaller sized garments in them, such as t-shirts, underwear, belts, handkerchiefs, etc.

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Accessories for organising the wardrobe

Containers, boxes and baskets can be used for storing the smaller sized clothes in them. There are also different types of accessories that can be stored away in these containers including belts, glasses, gloves, jewelry, etc.

You can also keep everything in place by using wardrobe interior dividers to maximise your space. These are accessories that can be adapted to the interior of the drawers and different sized compartments are created as a result.

Trousers section. This part of the wardrobe allows easier and more comfortable access to your trousers. In addition, the bottom of the wardrobe is better utilised this way.

Shoemaker. There are many ways to organise your footwear. If these accessories are integrated inside a cabinet, you can buy transparent boxes that are hygienic and convenient for use.

Hooks and coat racks. These are useful for organising the bags, necklaces, etc.


The space needed to store short-length clothes should be about 110 centimetres. For skirts and trousers, about 90 centimetres. In the case of long dresses, raincoats, coats, etc., it will be necessary to allow more space, from 130 to 150 centimetres.

It is also better to use the upper area of ​​the wardrobe for boxes with clothes that are not used, such as items that are for other seasons of the year, household linen, etc.

The need for order

There are different methods for better organisation of clothes in the wardrobe. This can be done by sorting out different colours, types of clothes, and seasons according to the use that is given to the clothes, etc. The purpose is to be able to find the right clothes in the shortest possible time.

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