Where to Store Your Clothes

My messiest spot is definitely the cupboard. Since laundry is the bane of my life, I try to get as many wears as I can from things like sweaters and jeans (a.k.a. the entirety of my fall/winter wardrobe) until they must be washed and put back away with the clean clothes on the shelves. The jeans and sweaters inevitably wind up resting in piles on the furniture around the closet and bedroom. Unsightly, to be certain. So I am looking at two significant solutions in the long run: One, a significant cupboard cure where I purge plenty of those things that never get worn. And two, a solution dedicated to the clothes purgatory portion of my wardrobe. It is not going away anytime soon.

If, like me and most everyone else I am guessing, you have trouble figuring out what to do with your in-between clothes, here are a small number of options you can make work for you in your home.

Stash clothes on hangers, or drape less delicate clothes right over the hooks like towels. A wall-mounted coat rack can stash a good deal of pre-worn clothes in a relatively small spot. You can also use Valet stand on your house.


An Over-the-Door Twist


Exactly the like wall hooks, but this is a simple and inexpensive fix for renters or anyone who needs another hole in the wall as they want a hole in the head. As a bonus, over-the-door hooks are basically hidden if you hang them from the rear of the door and leave the door open.

The epitome of”photo shoot smart,” maintain a rolling garment rack around the closet or in the bedroom to hang worn clothing and oft-used accessories.

It is not only for suits anymore. It is possible to stash a outfit or two here for temporary keeping as you determine what needs a wash.


Back in the Closet


You can dedicate a particular shelf or section to your clothes purgatory–or not. Anything you have deemed clean enough to be placed back in your body is surely clean enough to remain in the closet.