Custom wardrobe make it difficult to keep the rest of an organized home, as it can be a tricky task to put a single item away, and it may be difficult to find items in the wardrobe you are looking for. In addition, a moving wardrobe may be detrimental to the objects contained inside. A well-organized wardrobe will make storage and retrieval much easier for you, and when you create a system for organizing your clothes and accessories, it will not be difficult to maintain
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Take everything out of your custom wardrobe. Sort by your clothes. Throw clothes that are irreparably stained or damaged. Donate clothes that you have not worn for six months or who no longer suit you. Place out-of-season clothing for an under-bed storage container. Determine if any non-clothing items can be thrown or should be stored elsewhere. Do not place clothing items that will stay in medium sized boxes. Label all cartons of content using a permanent marker. Place the drawers in the closet. Put the rest of your clothes back in the closet. Place small accessories, such as belts, shawls and handbags, in an OTC door wardrobe organizer.
Tips and warnings
If the wardrobe shelves will not hold all your items, you may need a wardrobe organization system. Custom wardrobe organization systems can be expensive. Purchase stackable storage as cubes or shelves instead, and create your own configuration. If you still have too much clothing to store in your wardrobe after removing clothes that you no longer wear and out-of-season clothing, consider installing a second rod under the primary rod. Particularly high wardrobes can even support a third clothes bar, although the garments will be difficult to access.