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For too long, closets have acted as useful allies for hiding examples of clutter that have taken root within the home. With the doors shut, the problem temporarily disappears, leaving us to focus on other items on the daily to-do list.
But where many people see an opportunity to save time by letting the problem run wild behind closed doors, others try to make the most of these valuable areas by seeking out the root of such disorganization. More often than not, closets turn into a chore simply due to bad design that fails to take full advantage of the usable space available.
Starting from scratch and placing your own spin on your closet design via added fixtures and tools will pay dividends right away. You’ll save tons of time in the morning once you’ve added extra hanger rods or elevated shelves to keep those seasonal items within reach, but out of the way.
You’ll be able to quickly slip out the door before a night out with friends if you know all of your accessories are in a designated drawer, waiting to be shown off. Whatever the job of the space, there exists a myriad of ways to tailor the design to the items within.
After giving your closets the customization treatment that some of the more high traffic areas within your home have received, you’ll find that organization and tidying up feels intuitive and simple, because you’ve planned ahead and given everything a spot to be. With this mental map guiding you through your mornings, your holidays, or your spring cleaning weekends, you’re bound to find more success, and far less stress, if you invest in establishing a strong organizational foundation in the closets around your home.