sort it Out
Remove all clothing from your closet and create piles for each type of clothing item: blouses, sweaters, pants, skirts, t-shirts, lounge wear, work-out wear, etc. also create piles for accessories you keep in your closet like belts, scarves and shoes. Be sure to also separate out items to be donated. once the sorting is complete, you ought to be able to form a good idea of how much clothing your closet can conveniently accommodate and what types of storage you need: mid-wall hanging rods for t-shirts and full-length hanging space for longer items like dresses and pants; drawers for lingerie and accessories, shelving for shoes and bags; hooks for belts and scarves. once you’ve evaluated your needs, consider the numerous closet systems and components available on the market today that can make use of all the available storage space in your closet and greatly improve its functionality.
Hang scarves and long necklaces from the hooks on pant hangers.
Inexpensive wooden cutlery trays make terrific in-drawer jewelry organizers.
For Your clothes Only
Don’t allow your clothes closet to be home to the vacuum cleaner, winter season coats or ski boots. find space in the attic, basement or mudroom for extraneous items that can be removed to make room for clothing and shoes.
Decide the extent to which you want to change your closet. Your budget may allow you to have a customized developed closet-system made for you or you may choose to go the much more economical route of purchasing a closet-system kit and installing it yourself.
Find much more closet design inspiration in our photo gallery.