How to organize storage in the dressing room? Told in video
one Make room for decorations
The most compact «inhabitants» of the dressing room deserve as much attention as the rest of the filling of the cabinets. Do not store jewelry and accessories in the same box or bag without dividers and other identification marks. Firstly, this directly affects the quality of jewelry: they break and deform faster. Secondly, it is more difficult to put together a single image, and you will spend more time looking for the right earrings or necklace.
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2 Store laundry in drawers
To keep your underwear tidy and not lose its shape during storage, get special drawers with dividers. Place one item in each cell.
3 Put your bags on an open shelf
To keep bags from losing their shape, do not put them in drawers or cramped boxes. It is best to display them on open surfaces: for example, on shelves.
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four Use the same hangers
Storage in the dressing room should be not only functional and roomy, but also beautiful. To do this, try to design the space in the same style, as well as select suitable accessories. For example, the same clothes hangers look beautiful.
5 Use «smart» hangers
Multifunctional accessories for storage and organization will expand the possibilities of your dressing room and increase its capacity with the same volume. One such helper is a vertical hanger.
6 Hang the barbells at different levels
To make the most of your closet space, hang two clothes rails at different levels, one above and one below. On the top hanger you can store sweaters and shirts, and at the bottom — trousers.
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7 Use tags to organize
Use visual cues to better navigate your closet space. One of them is rod tags, with which you can separate things into groups.
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