If your wardrobe is feeling cluttered and chaotic, you could benefit from the wardrobe organisation ideas we share in this blog.
An organised wardrobe with a practical configuration of shelves and hanging space – plus triple track sliding doors for easy accessibility – can help you save time and money.
Why? Well, if you can see where your belongings are, and they have a dedicated spot in your cupboard, you won’t waste time looking for them.
This also means you’ll know what you’ve got and you’re less likely to waste money buying items you already have (but can’t find).
At The Sliding Robe Door Company we can tailor the internal configuration of your closet, so it meets your requirements. But, if that’s not enough to keep your items organised, we share a range of tips below!
7 Top Tips for Organising Your Wardrobe
- Tailor the internal configuration to your needs:
The internal configuration of your wardrobe can play a huge part in how messy your wardrobe will look and feel.
At the Sliding Robe Door Company, we work with our clients and tailor the layout for their needs.
That way there are designated sections for specific items they have more of or use often, to maintain order and boost accessibility.
- Categorise Clothes and Accessories:
Store clothes and accessories by category (make the most of the internal configuration!) so you know exactly where to go look when you need something.
If you are designing your wardrobe internals from scratch, or redesigning the space, think about what you need to store, so you include the right combination of shelves, drawers and hanging areas.
- Colour coordinate for belongings:
Once you’ve grouped your like objects together in your wardrobe, you can sort them further into colours.
We guarantee that will make it even easier to find what you’re looking for.
- Coordinate your hangers:
When you switch to a consistent colour and style hangar, you’ll be surprised just how much it reduces the visual clutter.
Some people even use one colour per family member, which makes it easier to sort clothes when you’re putting the laundry away.
Or you can opt for no slip ‘flocked’ hangers which are a great space saver.
- Hang your delicates:
There’s no need accommodate hanging space for items that can be folded or rolled easily like t-shirts or active wear.
Plus, it’s important to look after the beloved items which need to be hung up to maintain their shape and quality.
Keep in mind how many delicate items you’ve got when designing your wardrobe layout and ensure you’ve got enough hanging space.
- Don’t overlook accessibility:
Store items you use regularly in a spot which is easy to access.
At The Sliding Robe Door Company, we like to ensure our clients have easy access to all parts of their wardrobe.
If our customers have a standard twin track, we might recommend upgrading to a triple track on a 3-door set, so they can increase accessibility from half to two thirds of their cupboard’s contents.
- Give your accessories a home:
Accessories can be stored well too, and this can help to maintain the order of your wardrobe contents.
Some additions we include for optimal accessory storage include tie racks, trouser racks, pull down racks and jewellery trays.
How The Sliding Robe Door Company Can Help With Wardrobe Organisation
- We can design your internal configuration so you can store everything neatly and easily access your most-used items.
- Got a sliding door? Discuss upgrading from twin track to triple track for better accessibility (and visibility!) of your wardrobe’s contents.
Find out more about our custom wardrobe internals in our blog here.
Wardrobe Organisation Ideas
If your wardrobe is feeling disorganised, talk to our team about upgrading your internals to a custom solution.
The Sliding Robe Door Company creates custom sliding wardrobe door sets and internals at affordable prices.
Our products, which are made-to-measure by our professional team at our Lawnton factory, come in a range of colours and finishes to suit any style or taste.
We can supply our high-quality products with an instructional video for those who wish to install them on their own, or our experienced team mem