If you want to save some money but still want the best storage space that you can have at the same time in terms of interior and functionality, you need to read this article as soon as possible. We will try to give you some tips on how to transform your children’s wardrobe or even your own wardrobe into a more functional space that will take many years. Just follow these steps and you will surely not go wrong.
First you have to divide the cabinet into zones. Would you like a job in the closet? Depending on the size, you can do this very well by installing additional shelves on each corner of the cabinet. You can also hang a blackboard or white board on the wall of the closet for reminders and other planning activities that you or your daughter may have.
In addition, by using containers of different sizes, you can definitely find what you need to store the smaller items in the closet.
You should also make sure to fold all of your smaller items of clothing and eagerly make more space for other items in the closet. You can also install small drawers on the lower parts of the cabinet as shown in the picture.
Speaking of containers: you can also place larger containers over the cabinet. This saves more space under the cabinet where other items can be stored. You can even have your own workspace in this corner of the closet.
In addition, using a color-coded system for all of your garments can definitely give you what you want in terms of organization and cleanliness. Arrange your clothes so that you can easily get them by color.
Likewise, using color-coded hangers for larger items of clothing can also help you organize your closet effectively. Do not hesitate to use labels for your containers. If you can afford it, you’ve always tried to use transparent containers for everyone hidden in your closet so you can easily see what items are in each container.
These are just a few of the many ways you can rearrange your own or your child’s wardrobe to meet your ever-changing needs. I am sure you will not regret using these tips to maximize the usability of your closet for many years to come.