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17 Wardrobe Organisation Tips to Help You Set Up Your New Wardrobe

You've chosen the wardrobe doors and now the fun part - planning and organising all your clothes and accessories inside!


Wardrobe organisation

There are so many different ways to arrange your wardrobe, but here are a few tips to

get you started:



1. Start by sorting out any items that don't belong in the wardrobe and placing them in another area of your home. This will help make the process easier as you won't have to continually be moving items around.


2. Group similar items together such as shirts, dresses and skirts. This makes it easier to quickly grab whatever you need each day.

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3. Fold clothes which don't need to be hung - this will help save space in your wardrobe and keep it looking neat and tidy. Your knitted items will thank you.





4. Utilise all the storage options your wardrobe provides - use drawers for small items such as socks and underwear, and shelves for folded items like t-shirts.


5. Place any out of season clothes in a separate area or section of your wardrobe so you don't have to search through them every day.


6. Hang up coats and jackets on the most accessible area of your wardrobe so you can grab them quickly when needed, we know how unpredictable Melbourne weather can be.

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7. Hang delicate items such as dresses and blouses in a way that won't cause creasing or disfiguration.


8. Add storage organisers such as shelves, drawers, boxes and drawer separators to help store small accessories like scarves and belts.


9. Make use of wall space either in your wardrobe or externally to hang jewellery and other small items that can be placed on hooks or little narrow shelves.


10. Hang trousers the correct way - fold them in half and hang from the waistband rather than from the bottom of the leg, this will save a lot of space!


11. Use dividers and containers to store folded items such as t-shirts, sweaters and other garments.


12. Place items that you use frequently in the most accessible area of your wardrobe so you can easily find them when needed.


wardrobe drawer organising tips

13. Utilise drawer dividers and organisers to keep smaller items such as socks, lingerie and underwear neat and tidy.



14. Utilise the top shelf of your wardrobe for out-of-season clothes or luggage that won't be used everyday.



15. Invest in vacuum storage bags to save space if you have too many clothes but not enough room. These are great for storing winter coats and blankets, or seasonal clothes that you don't need all the time.


16. Hang accessories such as scarves, ties and belts on hangers in your wardrobe to keep them organised.


17. Utilise any wasted space in your wardrobe by adding shelves and drawers to store bags, shoes, accessories and other items.




Whether you’re a seasoned pro when it comes to wardrobe fit-outs, or this is your first time, these 17 wardrobe organisation tips can help guide you through your new wardrobe planning. With a bit of thought and some pre-planning you can embark on a project that not only meets the requirements of your space but also has an end result you can be proud of.


Having access to expert advice from the team at Melbourne Wardrobes Online provides an added layer of assurance when researching and going through the planning stages for creating an internal wardrobe fit out that suits your home and lifestyle.




If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact the team at Melbourne Wardrobes Online.


We're always happy to help.




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