Today we are going to talk about the exciting topic of spring cleaning, particularly as it relates to your clothing and seasonal wardrobe changes. Due to the nature of blogging, I spend time organizing my closet much more frequently than twice a year. I also try to be just as mindful of what’s coming out, as to what’s going in.
Organizing Your Bedroom Closet
An efficient closet clean-out means organizing is such a way that you are getting more out of your clothes. You want your wardrobe to be fully functional with pieces that work together. You also want to store things so that they last and are easily accessible.
But organizing your bedroom closet doesn’t necessarily meaning spending a fortune on an organizational system. I have minimal space and still feel like I’m able to efficiently organize the vast amount of clothing, shoes, and accessories I own.
Tips and Tricks
- Group like-colored hanging items so that you can find what you need quickly. I also separate long and short sleeves.
- Invest in quality hangers like these velvet hangers which are under $30 for a 100-pack.
- Inexpensive 2 or 3 shelf bookcases are great for folding jeans, shorts, leggings and pajama pants. They are also a great place to store shoes and handbags.
- Make sure to store your investment handbags in protective covers. You can also purchase them here.
- Utilize under the bed storage bins for off-season items like sweaters or sandals. Off topic, but these are also great for storing toys in your kids’ rooms.
- Roll tee shirts in drawers to maximize space and visibility. This is also a great packing hack!
- Stick with a color theme when shopping for new seasonal items. For example, this spring I’m picking items in shades of pink and muted green, with accents of denim, black and white. This ensures that everything is easy to mix and match, maximizing the number of outfits you can create. This is a great way to get more out of your clothes!
- Know when to invest: quality, timeless handbags and shoes are never a bad investment.
I hope these tips for organizing your bedroom closet were helpful. I’d love to say I have a giant walk-in with vast quantities of storage space, but I’ve learned to do more with less, and I hope this post helps you do the same!