7 Aesthetic and Functional Tips For Organizing A Bathroom Closet

2024-05-24T12:53:30-04:00

article Forbes Home organizing bathroom closetForbes Home
By Nichole Talbot

Home organization is important, but it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Where to start? How to start? Experts recommend focusing on one project at a time, and tidying up a bathroom closet is an ideal bite-sized project with immediate benefits.

If you have deep shelves, be careful about lining up too many items. “When organizing your items in the closet, remember to keep everything toward the front of the shelf to avoid waste and avoid losing items in the back,” says Certified Virtual Organizing Professional Nicole Gabai.  Read more on Forbes Home >

7 Aesthetic and Functional Tips For Organizing A Bathroom Closet2024-05-24T12:53:30-04:00

10 Closet Organization Mistakes to Avoid, According to Experts

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

article Martha Stewart organizing closetsMartha Stewart
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

How To Fold Pants To Save Space

2024-01-22T13:16:06-05:00

article folding jeans first for womenFirst for Women
By Abbey Bender

Nicole Gabai, the founder of B. Organized, a member of the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals and the author of The Art of Organizing: An Artful Guide to an Organized Life is a big fan of drawer dividers. “They can make a huge difference,” she enthuses. She recommends the OXO Good Grips Expandable Dresser Drawer Divider. “These handy dividers spring-load to create two or three sections in your drawer,” she says, which provides a compact area for your folded pants to sit and allows you to find them easily, which means no more digging through your drawer’s depths! Read more on First for Women >

How To Fold Pants To Save Space2024-01-22T13:16:06-05:00

How to Organize a Small Closet With Lots of Clothes – Without Decluttering Your Collection

2024-01-19T15:20:33-05:00

Homes and Gardens article how to organize a small closetHomes and Gardens
by Chiana Dickson

Often, when trying to fit a lot into a tiny area, it can be tricky to see everything in one glance, so zones can help you locate approximately what you need and then dig through for the exact item, explains Nicole Gabai, professional organizer and founder of B. Organized.

‘When you have a small closet, you might think it’s too small for everything you have, but that’s not always the case. Establishing zones and using the right storage products are great ways to help you keep things nice and tidy.” Read more on Homes and Gardens >

How to Organize a Small Closet With Lots of Clothes – Without Decluttering Your Collection2024-01-19T15:20:33-05:00

How to Move Clothes on Hangers – for Simplified House Moves and Quick Trip Packing

2024-01-19T15:20:56-05:00

Homes and Gardens article Nicole Gabai The Art of Organizing bookHomes and Gardens
by Chiana Dickson

Whether you are moving house, or packing for a longer trip, keeping your clothes on their hangers can make shifting your wardrobe a little simpler – and makes unpacking a breeze. A common clothes storage mistake is not using hangers strong enough for the garments you own – but picking out sturdy hangers is particularly important when it comes to moving to prevent them from sagging and snapping, points out Nicole Gabai, a professional organizer at B.Organized. Read more on Homes & Gardens >

How to Move Clothes on Hangers – for Simplified House Moves and Quick Trip Packing2024-01-19T15:20:56-05:00

Style File: Shopping in your own closet

2024-01-22T13:20:53-05:00

Cape Cod Times
by Candace Hammond

We’ve all been there, that moment when we stand in our closet pawing through our clothes and utter those words, “I have nothing to wear!” We may feel that way, but rarely is it true. Read more >

Style File: Shopping in your own closet2024-01-22T13:20:53-05:00
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