A neat and organized closet not only saves the time spent looking for lost stuff, but can also help you feel relaxed and stress-free.
Do you know that 54% of Americans report feeling overwhelmed by clutter at home? 78% find organizing and clearing out clutter too complicated. So it is not surprising that many prefer to move their unused belongings to rented, professionally-managed storage facilities, thus contributing to a massive $154 billion industry. But contrary to common perception, managing closet clutter is not a lost battle.
All you need are determination and some durable storage solutions. First and foremost, you need to ensure that every inch of the available space in your closet or wardrobe is optimally utilized. Extra shelving and hanging rods can be installed, and cubbies, boxes and tiered shelves can be used for dedicated storage. Stackable bins and coordinated hangers not only help in organization but also make your wardrobe look nice and neat. Also, remember that your unused stuff can be put to good use if you donate them to the needy. Here is an infographic to help you in closet organization.