Does your master bedroom closet act as a dumping area for things without a set place? If your answer is yes, it's time to do a closet revamp and organize the closet to your liking. Clothes, dress shoes, t-shirts and shorts all have their place in your master closet. Most master closets also become dumping grounds for cherished possessions, keepsakes and even air conditioners during the winter months. Closets come in large and small. Those fortunate enough to have large, walk-in closets do not clamber for space like those with a lack of space. Closest organizers can be pricey leaving many people questioning how to efficiently use their closet space.
The first step to organizing your closet involves tossing everything out of your closet and then going through it thing by thing. If you have clothing you've never worn or if you rarely wear it, it's time to throw it away. Resale shops like Goodwill and the Salvation Army will happily take your used clothes for their stores. In many places, they'll even pick up the items at your residence. The clothing that remains should actually fit you.
If you have some extra money, many hardware and home good stores have cedar panels that you fit in your closet. These cedar closet liners smell good, ward off moths and help add insulation to closets on outside walls. Cedar closet liners are simple to install without an expert. Additionally, consider sprucing up your closet space with a brand new coat of paint. If your closet is situated on a wall against the outside of your residence, you may find the closet temperature warms up in the summer and is much cooler in the winter. Use mildew resistant paint to avoid any mildew troubles from occurring.
Your mission is to end with a master closet that makes it easy for you to find and store the things you use. A time-tested way to organize your closet follows the rule of storing "like with like." Separate your clothes according to kind of item and color. For example, hang each of your blue jeans and slacks on hangers, and store them on the right side of your closet. Arrange shirts and blouses according to color, and hang them on the left side of your closet. Store jackets, sweaters and coats together. Install hooks for belts, ties and purses. Shoe storage can be a challenge, depending on your closet space. Buy special multi-rack shoe storage containers fitted to your closet space. If you still don't have enough room, use a special over-the-door shoe organizer.
In conclusion, if you use your closet for storing other items, try to store them toward the back so that they do not hinder you getting your clothing and accessories. It saves you time and energy if you are not having to climb over things to reach your clothing.