A cluttered and disorganized closet can be a source of daily frustration. Are you tired of searching for your favorite clothes, struggling to find matching pairs of shoes, or dealing with piles of clothes that seem to grow on their own? It’s time to take charge and turn your closet into a well-organized and functional space. In this blog post, we’ll share some essential tips for organizing your closet, transforming it into a tidy space where everything has its place.

  • Declutter and Purge: The first step to an organized closet is decluttering. Start by taking everything out of your closet and sorting items into three categories: Keep, Donate, Toss, and Relocate. Be honest with yourself and let go of items you haven’t worn in years or those that no longer fit your style. By purging unnecessary items, you’ll create more space and make it easier to find the clothes you love. See how I created a capsule wardrobe with items I already owned.

  • Categorize and Sort: Once you’ve decluttered, it’s time to categorize and sort your clothes. Group similar items together – shirts with shirts, pants with pants, dresses with dresses, etc. You’ll know exactly where to look when you need a specific item. Consider arranging clothes by color to create a visually appealing display that makes selecting outfits a breeze.
  • Utilize Storage Solutions: Maximize your closet space by using storage solutions such as shelves, hanging organizers, and shoe racks. Shelves can hold folded clothes and accessories, while hanging organizers are ideal for items like scarves, belts, and ties. A shoe rack will keep your footwear neatly displayed and prevent them from getting scattered around the closet floor.
  • Invest in Quality Hangers: Switching to uniform, slimline felt hangers can work wonders for your closet organization. Not only do they save space, but they also prevent clothes from slipping off and wrinkling. Consider using non-slip hangers for delicate fabrics or those prone to falling off standard hangers.


  • Make Use of Door Space: The inside of your closet door can be an often-overlooked storage area. Install hooks or over-the-door organizers to hang frequently-used items like bathrobes, bags, or scarves. This clever utilization of space keeps clutter off the floor and keeps your essentials easily accessible.
  • Seasonal Rotation: Keep your closet organized year-round by implementing a seasonal rotation system. As the weather changes, swap out seasonal clothing to create more space for the current season’s attire. Store off-season clothes in labeled bins or vacuum-sealed bags, making it easy to find them when the time comes.
  • Regular Maintenance: Finally, maintaining an organized closet requires consistent effort. Make it a habit to tidy up your closets at least once a month, reevaluating items and reorganizing as needed. By staying on top of the clutter, you’ll prevent the chaos from taking over again.

Organizing your closets doesn’t have to be an overwhelming task. With these essential tips, you can transform your closet into a well-structured, clutter-free space. An organized closet not only saves you time and stress when getting ready but also ensures your clothes are well-preserved and ready to wear whenever you need them. Join us in Homekeeping Society this month, the Monthly Focus is Closets and we’re working on them all month long.