This post has very few words, but a lot of photos. I’m not sure if the transformation in my closet could actually be considered “life-changing,” but it certainly made my dressing experience speedier, more enjoyable, and much less frustrating. Well, maybe that DOES constitute life-changing. See for yourself.
I splurged on slimline, non-slip hangers. They take up less room and keep everything looking uniform.
I still have lots of shoes, but the ones I don’t wear very frequently are at the back of the closet.
I tend to take off my jewelry and just dump it on the dresser. Now, I place it on this small ceramic tray. When the tray gets full, I know it’s time to put things away.
I found this decorative mesh-metal apple at Tuesday Morning. I’m using it to hang all my wire earrings. This can probably hold 200 pair, and best of all they are easy to find.
Instructions for folding (compliments of Pinterest):
Of course, we all have to customize our closets according to our own specific needs. I wear a lot of skirts and not many dresses, so I transformed a single, high-hanging rack, into two shorter hanging spaces.
You can get this double hanging rod for $14.99 at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Just be sure to reinforce it once you put it together. I used extra duct tape on the ends, because if you don’t, this could happen to you
…like it did to me.
And that’s the story of my closet. I still own a lot of stuff, but I also got rid of a lot of stuff. Now I can really see what stuff I have. I am discovering clothes I totally forgot about and I’m falling back in love with them…Just like Janna says.