Monday, March 4, 2013

My Closet

I organized my closet and decluttered a little but not much. I bought these new baskets at Wal-Mart for $14.99 each. I have 4 of them on the top shelf. The one holds pants that I need to hem up, two of them hold my workout clothes, and one holds purses, hats and scarves. The box lying on the side is my memory box that I painted and decoupaged about 5 years ago.

I hang all my winter clothes on the bar in my closet. I have my summer clothes in my bedroom dresser along with underclothes. I hang my clothes in order of night clothes, jeans, shirts, jackets, dress pants, skirts and dresses and last coats. I like to organize in color order. I hang my clothes on my hangers backwards at the start of fall and hang them the right direction after I have worn them. This helps me to see what I am not wearing each spring that may need to be purged, which I still need to get done.

My new shoe rack I bought at Wal-Mart for $20. I need more shoes to fill it up mainly I need shoes I can wear in the winter. My workout bag filled with my Yoga equipment which I’ll share about in a later post. I got the bag for Christmas this past year for $20 at Dunham’s.

I have my Zumba bag hanging on a hook that I bought last month for $12 at Dunham’s. I bought it because it matches my Yoga bag.

This is the full view of my closet which is small but functional. The baskets and shoe rack make it so much more organized before I just had stuff setting on the shelf and floor although, it was organized it got messed up easier. I may end up getting a carpet for the floor of my closet at some point.

My closet redo cost me a total of $80 for the baskets and shoe rack which was a splurge project for me since I would not normally buy everything new. It seems over the last year or so I have found that buying new is sometimes it’s worth it if I know I will get many years of use out of it and I just can't find what I need at the thrift stores.

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