Just recently I completed a storage course with Designer Training Australia. This has already been very useful to re-organise my shared cupboard space. I have discovered that there are endless possibilities to help create more space in your wardrobe.
From my experience the best way to start improving your cupboard space is by analysing your wardrobe and determining what extra storage you require. My cluttered wardrobe requires extra shoe, trouser and belt storage.
Here are some practical solutions to help you organise your shoes, trousers and belts:
Shoes can be stored in many different ways including stackable plastic boxes, on a fitted gliding shoe rack, and with a hanging shoe organiser which is fitted to you’re hanging rod. Another idea is to fit a vertical shoe rack to the inside of your cupboard door.
A gliding shoe rack with shoe drawers above. Both products are available from Howard’s Storage World.
A hanging shoe organiser, available from Howard Storage World.
A vertical shoe rack, available from Howard Storage World.
For extra trouser storage it is worth considering a fitted gliding pant rack, as this can hold up to 6-10 pairs of pants.
An extended gliding pant rack. This product is available from Howard Storage World and Hettich.
I am going to consider storing my belts with either a pull out belt rack or using a clever belt hanger. These ideas will definetly help to declutter my wardrobe and won’t break the bank!
A collection of belt hangers, all available at Howard Storage World.
If you need extra assistance to declutter and re-organise your wardrobe, call Debbie on 0425 236 480 to arrange a storage consultation.