Having a dressing room is a blessing and our own sanctuary space. It helps us in better organization of all essentials we need to complete our outfits and keep our important things. However, with having limited space for that, the dressing room can turn into a total curse. The mess that occurs does not let us see everything and have the things we need on reach. We end up having tons of random props and unnecessary things piled up, while those that matter the most in certain moments become unavailable and unfindable. Here’s what you have to do in order to solve this and get a neat and stylish dressing room.
Take Everything Out Of Your Wardrobe
It is impossible to utilize your closet without sinking into the sea of your items. Remind yourself of what things you possess and keep in your dressing room. Take them all out and try not to drown in the mess. Once you do that, encounter the reality- ask yourself: do you really need all that you have? If not, do yourself a favor and get rid of the things that waste space in vain. If yes, keep your things properly organized and categorized.
A great helper in this will be sorted by item type, that is, to put jackets with jackets, shirts with shirts, jeans with jeans, dresses with dresses, etc. As clothes are the most needed and main part of your dressing room, you have to deal with them in a categorized and functional way.
You have your mystery bins with lids overloaded and the main problem is that they take much of the space. The best solution for this is to have labeled bins without lids. You do not have to throw your funny things and memories away, but just make sure you place them in labeled spaces for better organization. Put them on the upper shelves of your closet, especially those you don’t need every day, such as scarves, bathing suits, and props. To label your bins, use chalk markers so that you can relabel them when needed.
Piles of shoes and bags don’t have to be a nightmare. In fact, there are numerous ways to store them nicely. Storage boxes are a practical solution, and in addition to bags, you can also keep shoes in them. Your aim is to keep bags and shoes without damaging them, especially due to the expense for them. Sometimes, some storage can be inappropriate for shoes, so you should get acquainted with various options to preserve them and keep their longevity.
Storage boxes come in different sizes, so, depending on the size of your wardrobe, you can keep them both in the closet and outside. If you do not have enough space in the wardrobe, you can also hang the bags on the inside of the closet. You can also dedicate one special shelf just for bags or for shoes and sort them by size, color, and purpose.
Once you give your best on reducing the mess and removing the unnecessary items, consider how much space you have freed. If you still don’t have enough space, it’s an urgent call to add some assistant storage units. It has never been easier to deal with storing your belongings because there are so many units designed to give you all the space you need. Self lockers, cabinets and all kinds of storage spaces, waiting for you to get you out of the mess. The best thing is that you can fit the size of these units with the room space you have at your disposal. In this way, you will finally be able to keep all your seasonal items, collectibles, trifles, paperwork and all the supplies you keep among other dressing room items. Consider having built-in hampers which are also a great option for better organization.
Every Helper is Welcomed
When you realize you are running out of space and your dressing room becomes messy and a horror to watch, anything that you can think of that has the potential to make over your room, is welcomed. By this, we mean that you should use all items, like suitcases, hat stands, drawers, boxes, doors, shelves- wisely! Once you add more storage units, make sure you achieve your aim and be consistent in keeping the proper disposition of the things. You can also consult some expert or more experienced friend to help you out.
There is a home for every single thing. Categorize your things, measure your space and pass the limit you’d had before. Turn your dressing room into a personal belongings paradise.