An easy way to keep your Kid’s Closet cleaned out is having a place to put clothes they’ve outgrown. I placed a bin in the top of B’s closet. Anytime I see him wear something that looks a bit small, instead of hanging it back up after I do his Laundry I simply put it in the bin. Once the bin is full I take it upstairs to the closet where I store the clothes we pass down to his cousin. My husband and I have a bin in Our Closet as well that gets taken to a local donation center when it’s full.
So in Part 1 we put a system in place to clean out our closet. Now we organize! I’m sharing ideas for closet organization and giving you a tour of our master closet.
I redid our master closet a couple of years ago when my husband bought me wooden hangers for my birthday. (Don’t worry, he’s not a bad gift giver, this is actually exactly what I asked for and they made me very happy. I have issues I know). I still have plans to really take our closet to the next level with some built-ins but we’re not there yet. Continue reading “Spring Cleaning: Closet Organization”
We’ve cleaned out the pantry and next it’s on to the closet. I guess I’m really into organizing closets because I’ve got a lot to say about it. I’ve broken it down into 2 different posts:
Part 1: An Easy System to Effortlessly Clean Out your Closet
Part 2: Tips to help you organize things and a tour of our master closet.
I get it, you’re probably holding on to a number of things in your closet that you might wear. Let’s be honest though, you probably won’t. I developed a system to help you weed out those maybe never articles of clothing. Continue reading “Spring Cleaning: Easy Closet Clean Out System”