How to Makeover a Bedroom Closet-Step 5 (of 6)
I’ve been taking a little time every week to work on each of the 6 steps and I can’t wait to see how it turns out. Now, I know a lot of you probably move a lot faster on projects and that’s awesome sauce! I’m moving a little slower on presenting the steps to you guys, though, because not everyone works at the same pace and I don’t want anyone to feel overwhelmed (including myself) and I want to give you time to donate anything you don’t want and to grab the supplies that you’ll need to finish-up the makeover!
There are so many organizing tools out in the world, it’s tough to even know where to start when choosing the ones that will work best for yourneeds! The internet is amazing until you end up down a rabbit hole of shopping links and still can’t make a choice.
Two trouble items in our closet were belts and bras; they’re totally unrelated (both hold things up, though—HA!), but neither of them had a good home. So, I bought THESE twirling hooks that have 4 prongs and rotate 360 degrees, now it’s so much easier to get to the item we need!
I had been storing my bras in a hanging basket (which did work, in case you want to use this method), but it left a lot of unused space in a corner of the closet. Switching the bras over to the twirling hooks created a better use of the space and allowed me to use the hanging basket for my loungewear. You can find a similar basket HERE, HERE, and HERE! Truthfully, I thrifted mine, so I haven’t been able to find the exact one to share!
A big part of organizing and working with the space you have is trying different methods to see what works best for you. Everyone’s closet is different, as well as, their clothes, shoes, and accessories—you’ll need to evaluate the pieces you have, what you need to store, and what you use most often to know the best way to arrange things.
Be sure to check back next Tuesday for step 6 of your closet makeover!