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Posted by: Meagan | 2010-06-29



Hi Tracey, I have too many clothes, with little space. How can I make my bedroom look tidier without spending money on expensive cupboards for the clothes that do not have a 'home'?

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Tracey Foulkes Tracey Foulkes
- 2010-09-04

Once you have done a good purge of what you no longer need, use or love move your out of season clothes into large containers and store these either at the very top of your wardrobe, in the void section under your hanging rail or preferably out of the room all together. You could also consider putting some pretty hooks on your bedroom wall - use these for hanging the bulky items that take lots of space like jackets and dressing gowns ... this way you will open up more space for the rest of your garments. Accessories: hats, scarves, bags can also be hung up on your wall - place a large frame around the hooks and then your items become an artwork. Use containers for all your smalls to keep them looking neat. 2 or 5 litre white ice cream containers do the trick nicely for grouping undies, socks, costumes, bras, etc.

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