The One Rule to Stay Organised With Limited Closet Space
Welcome back to our organisational series, where on the last day of each month, we’ll roll out a new closet-related topic with expert-approved tips and advice. With us this month is Melanie Charlton from Clos-ette, who will be sharing her organizational insight.
When you're dealing with cramped closet space, there's one rule I always repeat: Use all the spaces you thought couldn't store anything. You would be surprised at how much space is looked over in even the smallest of closets. Whether it's behind doors or even on the ceiling, when you're dealing with limited space, utilise every bit of space available to you. All you need are the right tools.
Keep reading for three underutilised areas to store items in your closet.
That's right—you can even use your closet ceiling to store wardrobe items. Most people don't realise that this space can be utilised almost in the same way as dead wall space. Use the closet ceiling for seasonal storage, hanging bags, or installing hat or coat hooks. This is also a great space for shoe and boot storage.
What rule do you always follow when organising your closet?