Without proper organization, the clothes closet can fall into chaos very quickly.
To help prevent this, Stephanie Pase, mother of two Australians, shared how she fixed her own immaculate space by following five simple steps.
An Australian mother of two, Stephanie Pase, has captivated her followers with the way she has perfectly arranged her linen closet
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Ms. Pase said that it makes no sense to try to organize any space when it is full of elements that are no longer used.
She recommends that people check each item in their clothes closet and separate them to store, discard and donate batteries.
The mother suggested using old towels as rags to help make room or if they have seen better days, get rid of them completely.
She recommends that people check each item in their clothes closet and separate them in storing, discarding and donating batteries
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Ms. Pase said that the next step that follows is to organize everything in groups.
This means keeping together towels, pillow cases, beach towels, flat sheets and adjustable sheets.
"In this way it is easier to assign areas of the closet in categories and also maintain a functional but attractive space," he said.
Ms. Pase said that the next step that follows is to organize everything in groups. This means keeping together towels, pillow cases, beach towels, flat sheets and adjustable sheets
Section in categories
Although Ms. Pase said that this step could be obvious, there are many people who have their towels mixed with their sheets and sheets of different sizes stored together.
She recommends separating everything into four areas: adult bedding, towels, children's bedding and miscellaneous items, which will contain things like beach towels and blankets.
"These four sections will vary for different people and different life situations, but they create four different areas of the closet so you know what categories belong in which section," he said.
People want to make sure these areas are as functional as possible to make their lives easier.
Ms. Pase recommends separating everything into four areas: adult bedding, towels, children's bedding, and sundries, which will contain things like beach towels and throw blankets.
What does Stephanie have in her tubs?
Children with tight sheets
Bedding for children
Pillow cases for children
Use cubes or storage cubes
The use of vats or storage cubes is one of the main ways in which Ms. Pase keeps her clothes closet organized, as she says it is a "way to structure her wardrobe without having to change the real shelf".
They also help to maintain the overall aesthetics of the space, since people can buy bathtubs that adapt to how they want the space to look.
Bathtubs can also help hide any mismatched items or anything that may look messy on an open shelf.
"One main point that I should emphasize is making sure that the tubs you use are big enough to fit items like bedding and towels," he said.
& # 39; Do not want to spend money on tubs that are not going to be big enough.
The use of bathtubs or storage cubes is one of the main ways in which Ms. Pase keeps her clothes closet organized
Make sure to use labels
Ms. Pase's last piece of advice is that people use a labeler to help maintain the organization and to let other people know where the items are going.
It also means that nobody has to go through all the tubs before finding what they are looking for.
"For the backing of the labels, I bought a light gray cardboard from Kmart and stuck it with a hot glue gun! You can also use labels attached with labels," he said.
& # 39; An alternative; If you do not want to use tubs, you can place the labels on the actual edge of the shelf.
Ms. Pase's final piece of advice is that people use a labeler to help maintain the organization and for other people to know where the items are going.