Once you get your rugs vacuumed and your bathroom floors scrubbed, there’s one big spring-cleaning task left to-do, i.e., closet cleaning and organization. Even though it’s time-consuming and requires quite a bit of effort, but the result makes it all worth it.

Get in the Zone

Before you dive in, queue up a playlist that you love to sing along to, light a candle, make yourself a coffee, or grab a family member or a friend to join you to make a boring task fun. Make sure to keep storage organizers handy, so you can pack away your seasonal clothes that you won’t be wearing for a while.

Start Dividing

The best way to clean your closet is to start at the top of the closet and work your way down. Start by doing a preliminary cut-down by getting rid of the things you most obviously need to part ways with. If there is a pair of pants that you haven’t worn in a few years, donate it. If you found a top with stains and thought you would be able to remove it but never did, toss it.  Moreover, keep asking yourself if this piece makes you feel your best. If it doesn’t, it has no room in your wardrobe.

Remove stacks of clothes and begin trying on and sorting accordingly. It will help in making a final decision. If there is a pair of jeans sitting at the bottom of the pile consistently untouched, you can try it on to see if it still fits you.

Put Seasonal Items in Storage

Pack away the pieces that aren’t related to the season. You might be sick of all of your sweaters and jeans, but the ones you are questioning now could feel exciting and new once the season arrives. The same applies to your summer clothes.

However, while storing your seasonal clothes, wait until the very end to put them in storage. You never know what you will decide to add or remove from the pile until you are done sorting everything in the closet.

Use Organizers

Once you have decided which items you are keeping, decide which method would be best for organizing them. Use storage boxes and organizers to put everything in place neatly. You can choose from various organizers, such as no-slip hangers, shelf dividers, expandable organizers, scarf holders, etc.

Moreover, if you are short on space, look around your home for things that are going unused or might be empty, like file drawers, and store things away in there. You can also collect old suitcases and use them for storage, as they don’t take up much room. Since you now have less to deal with, organizing everything in a way that’s accessible and easy to see will make you feel like you have a whole new wardrobe.

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