5 Wardrobe Storage Organizational Tips

All Storage Online | August 24, 2020 @ 12:00 AM

It's common to dream about having a perfectly neat and organized wardrobe to wake up to each morning. That's not the reality for many people, though. Instead, it's common to have a messy and overwhelming closet.

This situation is frustrating and even overwhelming for some. That's why we've created a list of helpful home storage ideas you can use, along with access to some high-quality Garland storage space to overhaul your closet and improve your wardrobe.

Learn how self-storage can help you on your quest, and what changes to make in your home closet to open it up and make it more inviting. 

Empty Your Closet then Fill it Up

One of the top ways to start getting organized is to pull every single item out of your closet and wipe it down. This gives you an empty slate that you can start applying our wardrobe storage ideas to. Once it's empty, you should slowly fill it up again, while removing items you don't wear or that don't fit properly along the way. If you get rid of enough items, you may even be able to avoid buying storage in Garland, TX, to get an open and organized closet. At the very least, you will be able to get a smaller unit as a result. 

Organize Clothing by Category

One useful tool you can use when trying to organize the clothing in your home storage is to divide up your items based on category. Separate items by type, color, style, or any preferences you care about. Dividing your clothing into different categories will give you a structure you can use to enhance your wardrobe's function and organization. 

Roll them Up 

A quick hack many people don't think of when trying to maximize storage space in drawers or boxes is to roll up shirts, pajama bottoms, and other thinner items. Roll them up tight and place them throughout the box using dividers to keep everything in position. You can invest in a wardrobe storage organizer kit to give you even more room to place these items, but you will be impressed with how much extra space this one trick gives you. 

Stack them High

When you're storing bulky items like jackets, sweatshirts, sweat pants, and others, fold them up and stack them on shelves rather than hanging them up. You'll fit more items into your space, and leave space for more hangers in your closet at the same time. You can even separate these items into boxes and store a few of them in a storage unit when you don't need them. 

Tuck Away Seasonal Items

Everyone has a few clothing items they don't wear all year long. Perhaps you have some holiday-themed items or pieces you wear to special events. Either way, it's important to separate those special items into sections so you can store them in protective boxes and put them in your home storage or in storage units in Garland, TX, to open up some of your closet real estate for other wardrobe items. 

Here at All Storage, we offer secure storage units in different sizes to give you exactly the space you need to expand your wardrobe comfortably. Use one of our units as an extension of your home closet and enjoy the enhanced organization you get as a result of that change, along with some of our other tips.