With clothing taking up the most space in any closet, accessories are items that often take a backseat to storage necessity. With little space left over from bulky sweaters and jeans, hats and jewelry tend to be stored in any remaining space. Here at Closet & Storage Concepts we know the importance of organizing all the items in your closet, including accessories!
Make accessory organization easy with these four tips below from the experts at Closet & Storage Concepts.
Add Hooks to Your Closet
One way to maximize space in your closet is to add hooks to your closet door for belts, scarves, or hats. This will not only create more space in your closet by not having to store these items in bins, but it will also give you easy access to items you reach for daily. No longer will you have to sort through your closet to find your winter hat! By adding hooks, you can grab your hat and head outside!
Take Your Sunglasses Out of Their Cases
Instead of storing eyeglasses and sunglasses in their cases, store them in clear plastic boxes or drawers! This will save space on your closet shelves since you only have to store the glasses, not the cases. By storing them in clear plastic boxes, you will also be able to see all the glasses you have without having to open each case.
Store Your Jewelry Vertically Instead of Horizontally
Have you ever put on a necklace only to find that it’s all tangled from being stored in a jewelry box? We’ve all spent our fair share of time trying to untangle necklaces, but one way to solve this problem is to keep your jewelry hung vertically. You can do this by adding small hooks to your shelves! This not only keeps your jewelry from getting tangled, but it also allows you to see all your jewelry in an organized fashion.
Store Smaller Bags Inside Bigger Bags
If you’re running out of room in your closet, a great way to save space is to store smaller bags inside of larger ones. Wallets and small purses are great items to place in backpacks and duffle bags to make more room in your closet. You can also further organize your bags by color-coding them. For example, all your neutral colors can go in one duffel bag or backpack, while all your colorful bags can go in another.
We know that closet organization can be difficult, and the professionals at Closet & Storage Concepts are here to help! Contact us today for a free in-home consultation to get started on a cleaner, more organized closet!