10 Closet Organization Mistakes to Avoid, According to Experts

2024-05-24T08:49:24-04:00

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By Lauren Wellbank

A well-organized closet is beneficial in many ways. Your closet should be divided into different sections and zones, according to Nicole Gabai, a professional organizer, founder of B. Organized, and the author of The Art of Organizing: An Artful Guide to an Organized Life.

“In sectional organizing, each room is divided into areas corresponding to a given activity,” she says. In terms of your closet, that means grouping like items (like activewear or formal wear) together so that you can more easily choose from your collection when it’s time to get dressed. Gabai says it’s important to prioritize the things you use often, putting them in the most easy-to-access place. That means if you spend your week wearing business casual, those items should be front and center, and your less frequently used items should get pushed to the back.  Read more on Martha Stewart >

10 Closet Organization Mistakes to Avoid, According to Experts2024-05-24T08:49:24-04:00
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