Game-changing ways to organise your wardrobe

If you are looking for some awesome projects for this weekend, consider organising your clothes and accessories. Here are some fantastic ways to organise your clothes so that they are neatly put away. Enhance that feeling of clarity in your life. I am loving these ideas, some of which I have already implemented, and others that I will soon put in place.

Game-changing ways to organise your wardrobe

1. Cereal and shoe boxes as organisers

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Don’t throw away those cereal boxes or shoe boxes for that matter! Use shoe boxes as dividers. Don’t fold bras in half. Fold items on the side so that you can see what is in the drawer. If you don’t have any shoe boxes, cut the bottoms off cereal boxes or food boxes. These are usually thinner and can hold many items within one draw.

2. Fold T-Shirts on their ends

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Found on iheartorganizing.blogspot.com

This is a great visual on how to fold T-shirts on their ends. This way you will always be able to see all your T-shirts at once. When a new T-shirt comes into the drawer, push the other ones backwards and place new ones at the front. Once you have organised your T-shirts this way, you will not want to go back to the old way of folding T-shirts. This is a true game-changer!

3. Use a shoe organiser to organise socks and underwear

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If you are short on drawer space, consider using a shoe organiser over a door or within the wardrobe door to organise your socks and underwear. You could also use a shoe organiser for various other items including small scarves, large jewellery items or other miscellaneous items of your choosing.

4. If you have a lot of children

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Found on delightfulorder.blogspot.com

Here’s a great  idea from a mother of six. She doesn’t drag laundry around the house at all and keeps this storage unit in the laundry itself. This is also where her children get changed. Shoes and socks are in the bottom racks. What a fantastic idea for a _mother with lots of children. This is very time saving and practical!

5. A cute way to dress up boxes within a drawer

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Found on onegoodthingbyjillee.com

This is an ultra cute way to dress up cereal boxes or shoe boxes within a draw. Simply stick wrapping paper to the bottom of the boxes to make them look pretty and to make you feel pretty too!

6. If you are in a rush daily

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Organise your children’s clothes or even your own clothes by day of the week. Are your mornings are getting bogged down with that question ‘What to wear?. If so, you will save lots of time by organising your clothes for the week this way.

7. Organise your winter boots

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Source: browneidgirl.blogspot.com

I’ve been looking for a simple way to organise my winter boots and I found it! Love this idea for keeping boots in good nick during the winter season.

8. A simple and easy way to organise jewellery

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verthrowmartha.com

If you don’t want to spend too much money on organising your jewellery, this is a really simple idea for keeping items organised.

9. A great way to hang scarves so they don’t fall off!

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And this idea speaks for itself!

Have you got any great ideas for organising your home this weekend? Please leave them in comments below.