7 Nifty Tips To Help Organise Your Wardrobe

December 10, 2015 - 2 min read

If you’re always fighting for more space in your wardrobe or drawers, perhaps its time to have a look at these top tips to help organise your clothes and accessories!

Does your wardrobe need some serious spring-cleaning? Don’t put off cleaning out your closet any longer with our clever tips to help organise your wardrobe. You’ll be glad you did!

1. Cube Shelving Units

Box Shelves

Whether you have a walk-in robe or a single cupboard, installing a cube-shelving unit will give you space to store shoes, handbags, scarves or chunky-knit clothing. You can have just a single row down the bottom of your cupboard, or a whole wall—they work well in any sized space.

Tip: For a less permanent solution, hanging shoe organisers can be found in most retail stores.

2. Create Extra Storage With A Cushioned Blanket Box

Placing a cushioned blanket box or ottoman in your walk-in robe will not only give you a place to put on your shoes (and wiggle into your tight jeans), but provide you with extra storage space. Pack away off-season clothing, jewellery, shoes or accessories for easy-to-grab storage.

3. Keep A Bag For Charity

Do you always forget to take clothes to the charity depots? Keep a bag or box in your wardrobe and drop in any ill-fitting or rarely worn shoes, accessories or items of clothing. Once it’s full, donate it!

4. Make Your Jewellery A Feature

Necklace display

If you’re jewellery tends to get tangled up in a jewellery box or drawer, putting it out on display is a great option to keep it organised. Whether you choose a jewellery stand or a frame display (see tip below) you can see exactly what you have and have a dazzling display.

Frame Display Tip: To create a frame display, place a pegboard (spray paint the colour of your choice) inside a frame and hang hooks to display your necklaces, rings and bracelets with pride.

5. Keep A Foot Ladder Nearby

Have you ever gone to pull a pair of pants off the top shelf and had the rest come toppling down? An easy solution is to keep a foot-ladder in your wardrobe so you can easily reach those higher up places.

6. Invest In A Hanger Stand

We all have those unused hangers stashed at the back of our wardrobe. Not only do they tend to look messy, they’re also taking up precious hanging space.

Solve your problem with a hanger stand! If you can’t find a hanger stand, a toilet roll stacker works just as well.

7. Create A Wardrobe To Suit Your Needs With A Cabinetmaker


A qualified cabinetmaker will be able to show you plenty of designs and options to create a wardrobe that best suits your needs. Whether you’re looking for an extravagant, celebrity-style walk-in robe, transforming your unused spare room or adding some cabinetry to your existing wardrobe, a cabinetmaker can get the job done quickly and professionally.

Are you looking for a cabinetmaker?

A cabinetmaker can take your wardrobe organisation to the next level! They can also create great options for your kitchen, laundry or bathroom for a clutter-free home.