Closet Organization Tips Traditional Closet by Los Angeles Closet & Home Storage Designers Lisa Adams, LA Closet Design The biggest argument my best friend and I ever got into was over a milkshake. Word to the wise…don’t ever agree to be someone’s accountability partner. At least when it comes to dieting. It’s all fun and games until […]
31 Days of Organizing Tips with Geralin Thomas Day 23 – Shoe Organizing Ideas Organize your shoes. Pick up any shoes around the house. Choose a shoe storage solution for your master closet. Clear plastic boxes are the easiest way to quickly find your favorite pair. If you store shoes in your coat […]
The Ultimate Guide to Organizing Closets So you need to get organized and you’re pressed for time? Why not start with your closet? Continue reading as I share all my closet organizing tips. A closet is a clutter magnet and regardless of whether you are a stay-at-home mom, a metropolitan working woman, or […]
This week, two more organizing experts answer the question, “If you lost your entire wardrobe, how would you rebuild it?”
Last month, Lorie Marrero and Alex Fayle answered the question, “If you lost your entire wardrobe, how would you rebuild it?” Today we hear from two Canadian professional organizers.
Earlier this year, the New York Times ran an article in their style & fashion section that has me thinking (uh-oh!) The article asked design gurus, “If you lost your entire wardrobe, how would you rebuild it?” For me, this is such an interesting topic to ponder. It’s the ultimate rebuild-your-wardrobe-fantasy question. Think about saying, […]
Women LOVE shoes!! According to ShopSmart magazine, the average woman has about 17 pairs and buys approximately 3 new pairs every year. Storing this many pairs of shoes in a clean, organized, and attractive manner can prove to be quite a challenge. There are multiple ways you can overcome this challenge.
My wardrobe is what most people would consider slightly excessive. I own a lot of clothes. And handbags. And shooooes . I purge my closet two times a year, throwing out what I’m sure I won’t wear again. But I often have a dilemma when donating. I wonder, does my disdain for an item really have merit. Would someone else see treasure where I see trash? Donating is great, but when it comes to old footwear, I only donate old shoes that I bought and never wore much for whatever reason….we all have some of those! I do think that shoes are something we have to be very careful about donating.
A closet is a clutter magnet, whether you are a stay at home mom or a metropolitan gal. There are many techniques and products available to help out once you get in the right mindset and jump in.