Home organization systems

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3 Signs Your Home Is Too Messy

Clutter has more of an impact on your mental health than you may realize. A disorganized home overwhelms the senses, which can leave you feeling constantly stressed. Without a neat closet system, the mess could even make you ashamed of the state of your house. To help you prevent these issues, here are a few of the first signs that you may benefit from some home organization.

When to De-Clutter & Organize Your Home

1. You Can’t Find Clothes


If you’ve ever spent minutes searching for a particular item and couldn’t find it, you’re not alone. The closet is usually the first to get disorganized, since it’s easy to throw pieces in and close the door to leave them out of sight.

Installing exposed closet systems and putting each item in its place will help you find what you need when you need it.  

2. You Have to Watch Your Step

When you walk through your home, you should be able to do so without tripping over shoes or toys. Each item should have its place, and should be put back into that spot as soon as it’s not in use.

Use closet organizers and label bins that aren’t transparent so it’s clear where objects go. Putting shoes or other items you use daily in a closet by the door, rather than the bedroom, will also make putting belongings away more convenient.

3. You Own Clothing You Don’t Wear

When an item is in a pile in the corner of the bedroom or in the back of your closet, you may unknowingly keep it for years. However, there’s no need to hang onto belongings that you won’t be needing again.

A helpful rule of thumb is to toss out anything that you haven’t worn in the past year. At this point, the item is simply taking up space in your closet and your life. You can also donate it to charities or sell it online to put it to good use.

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Do’s & Don’ts of Tidying Up a Closet

If your closet is a mess and it’s hard to find what you need, it’s time to clean it out. Sorting your belongings and adding closet organizers will save you time and help free up space. Here are some tips to make the process easy and effective.


Take all items out first.

It’s not efficient to only shift your items and work around them. Take all belongings out and lay them on your bed or the floor. This will help you take stock of everything you had tucked away so you can decide what to keep. It also gives you a chance to dust, vacuum, and check for damage.

Use shelving units and closet organizers.

Closet Organizers

The more shelving and racks you have, the less likely you are to end up with a jumbled pile of clothes.

Vertical storage options like shelves also make items easier to find when you’re in a hurry. Measure your closet and choose a system that will fit the space and the objects you need to store, including shoes, dresses, and accessories.


Keep all of your belongings.

This is the perfect time to declutter. As you sort all pieces into your new closet organizers, have separate boxes for items to donate and throw away.

As a rule of thumb, any piece you haven’t worn in a year should go. Clothes that are damaged may need to be tossed, while ones that you don’t like or don’t fit anymore can be donated.

Treat it as a one-time job.

After you’ve finished tidying your closet, you’ll have to take steps daily to keep it that way. After doing laundry, place all items in their designated areas. Don’t leave clothing on the floor and vacuum periodically to keep the closet fresh. Work sorting and decluttering into your schedule at least once a year.

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