How to declutter your wardrobe

Start your Spring cleaning regime by de-cluttering your wardrobe.

The thought of clearing out your wardrobe might make you want to run for the hills, but with Spring just around the corner what better time to de-clutter and make space for your SS13 wardrobe. Hammonds Furniture have come up with some top tips on how to Spring clean your wardrobe.
Winter is almost over and you are sure to be looking forward to warmer climes and lighter days. With this in mind it might be worth taking out all of your Winter woollies and putting them into storage. This will create more space for your lighter, brighter clothes and accessories that take up less space.
Fitted window seats or linen presses are ideal for storing those extra Winter layers and bulky bedding that don’t need to be a permanent fixture in your wardrobe. They also look really pretty and are very on-trend right now.
Have a serious think about the things that are inside your wardrobe. Are you really going to fit back into that outfit that became a little too tight years ago and will you really use ALL of the belts/ties/scarves hanging there gathering dust? Be ruthless when it comes to making space and don’t think that getting rid of things means you can replace them with more clutter!
If there are items in your wardrobe you use more often than others or are particularly fond of then think about incorporating an in-built display unit. This could be to show off your wonderful shoe collection OR could be a rack to display your ties. Tailor made drawers can be customised to keep jewellery and bottles hidden and organised. Display units will definitely encourage you to remain clutter free as you won’t want to mess up your lovely new wardrobe.
Clever features like LED lighting inside your wardrobe can really help when trying to de-clutter and will make finding things much easier once you are done. Those, along with pull-out rails, will allow your revamped wardrobe to perform to its fullest potential.
At the end of your de-cluttering session you should have plenty of things to throw away, re-home or give away and you will feel a huge sense of wellbeing which will definitely translate to a more harmonious bedroom.
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