SPRING CLEANING YOUR CLOSET
I know all about you and what you are thinking. I just dont know whats more important sometimes.
- being economical and storing invaluable items for later or- buying wardrobes and cupboards for more storage.
I am filled with ideas and inspiration but just dont know how I am going to store everything,
So ladies, here it is how to spring clean that closet.
Read below my top 10 tips on how to spring clean your closet.
Dont throw away those beautiful air looms (I am not talking about your high street purchases here) because someone elsa in your family will definately appreciate them, see if you can pack them air tight.
Sort out the clothes into sizes so all the same sized clothes are together. This way if your size changes due to weight gain, illness or pregnancy, you will have relevant sized clothes close to hand.
Put all your tops, troussers and dressses together, unless they are part of suits, in which case place all suits togrther. So you can access everything easily and know exactly where everything is.
Sort out the clothes seasonally so jumpers and wollens are kept together as are summer and spring clothes.
If you do come across anything you absolutely dont want then put it in a bag marked charity and dtop it off next time you are out.
Its hard work shopping, can be leisurely, but not when you are rushed for time. If you buy wisely your purchases will last a long time, be economical and can be used for a very long time.
Seal clothes in plastic bags to protect from water and damp damage.
Wrap clothes in cotton to absorb any excess moisture.
Underbed storage is great, as is draws which have been designed into the side of the bed to add aditional storage.
You can always utilise the loft space for extra storage, but remember to pack everything securely and waterproof.
So there you have it, my 10 tips on how to spring clean your closet.