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6 Tricks to super organise your closet for spring!

6 Tricks to super Organise your Closet for Spring!

April 18, 2017

By Nisrine El Lababidi Moghraby, Creative Director at Harf Noon Design Studio

Why is it that despite all the clothes, shoes & acessories we have, we still are lost on daily basis as to what to wear...yet the minute we step into a shop our eyes can put together multiple outfits from just one stand?

The answer is simple...no matter how big or small your wardrobe may be, if it's not organised, getting dressed is going to be a hassle!

Here I will share with you six basic rules everyone should abide by to achieve a perfectly put-together closet.


USE ONE KIND OF HANGER
It might seem minor but this will make a huge difference. It will create a more organised, uniform look and help keep everything tidy. If you can find the velour ones, that's a plus, since they are compact and clothing stays put.

ORGANISE BY COLOUR
Organising by colour will not only look nicer than having everything jumpled, it will make it a lot easier to get dressed in the morning. I suggest to go from black to colours of the rainbow in the same order.

INVEST IN A SYSTEM
Sort by type of clothing (long-sleeve blouses, short sleeve blouses), and then hang according to colour.

GET CREATIVE
Need more drawers? Why not creating an island with back to back drawers? You can also add a glass top o give it an extra touch and style it with a collection of perfumes and fresh orchids to add that lavish touch to the space.

TREAT YOUR SHOES LIKE ART
Display them well and you'll feel you are stepping into a store each time! You can use simple shelving and organised shoes by colour. This will not only help preserve their life but will keep you from buying extra pairs you don't need!

PROTECT YOUR ITEMS
Take precautions to protect your cloting from moths. I store things that are really precious in breathable garment bags, and I sue cedar-scented wood chips for everything else.

Do you have any other tips of your own? Share them with us!

Credit Photography: Harf Noon Design Studio