Closets are one of my all-time favorite organizing projects (shhhhh, don't tell paper or garages!). Just leave me alone in your closet, and within a few short hours, your closet will be completely made over and more organized that you could've ever imagined! When organizing closets, there are certain techniques that I am always asked about: Folding, more folding, and hangers. This month's hacks will teach you some new and tried and true techniques for organizing your closets.
The Illustrated Guide to the KonMari Method
Arguably the most revolutionary Kondo tidying tool is her folding technique. In short: Rather than haphazardly laying things flat in a drawer, they should stand upright; the more folds there are, the less wrinkled the item will be once ready for wear.
If folding a fitted sheet never seems to work out in your favor, here is a helpful (and amusing) video from Martha Stewart to help you learn once and for all!
Slim, Space-Saving Velvet Clothes Hangers
With few exceptions, these are the only hangers you'll find in my closets! The slim profile minimizes bulk in your closet and the shape of the hangers helps to retain the shape of your clothing. You'll be surprised at how much space you can create just by swapping out all of your old hangers for these!
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