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I’m a wife and momma on the daily and bouquets of flowers from Trader Joes are my love language. I'm a wanna be cooking show host. You can probably find me watching Bravo TV with an iced coffee in hand. I'm a big fan of brunch with the girls and ice cream dates with my guys. I love encouraging others with words .
January 3, 2020
My closet update with simplified storage solutions is finally here to share! I’ve always been anxious with clutter, I organize for fun. No, seriously. I’m that friend who comes over to help you clean, because I like it. I’ll organize your pantry if I’m bored and I’ll probably organize your medicine cabinet when I go pee. So it’s probably no surprise that I love an organized closet. I like to say, “everything has a home” and my updated closet gives everything it’s own home! I’m so excited to share this with you all because you said you wanted to see more organization tips!
Let’s break it down… Over the last several years I’ve made a conscience effort to keep a minimal closet. Keeping true to a capsule wardrobe for most seasons and enjoying a minimalistic approach to my wardrobe. Now that I’ve started my career in the medical field and I wear more business attire than I ever have, it’s been a bit of a shift with my wardrobe. I’m still building my workwear capsule (more on that in an upcoming post) and I want to keep my minimalistic approach while keeping an organized closet.
So I had to purge through my closet to make room (and have some extra cash) for my business attire! The problem with my closet (that I don’t share, its in a separate bedroom!) Is that it didn’t have much storage space as far as shelves go. I really wanted to use as much space as possible in my closet and not have to utilize other space in our home.
I had a tidy closet, but wasn’t able to utilize the full space of the closet. I was also having to use a 6 drawer dresser to home most of my clothing.
So, I had my husband add additional storage shelves! We headed to Lowes and bout 3 shelves and heavy duty L brackets. We used anchors to attach the shelves and after about 1.5 hours we had this!
I was so happy to add additional storage for shoes, hats and overhead baskets for off season items!
I’m thrilled with how My closet update came out! I’d love to help you simplify and organize your closet!
Not only did I get more shelf space, but I also switched out all my mismatched bins and containers for a streamlined look. This makes things not only function better but feels more clean and polished. There’s truly a place for everything. It’s as simple as that!
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