By P11eR. Bedroom. Published at Thursday, February 21st, 2019 - 09:42:48 AM.
One of the most popular new year’s resolutions is to finally get your home organized. That can certainly be a worthy goal, especially if your messiness had turned into a… situation. And one of the places that usually needs some TLC is the closet. Too often, it’s easy to throw things haphazardly into the closet, feeling like because you put things behind those doors you actually managed to clean a room. Luckily, there are several easy ways to get those piles of clothing into a working system that’s easy to browse on short notice. So below are some clothing organization ideas for finally getting that organized closet space.
One increasingly popular clothing organization idea is to go for standalone racks. These are especially popular in small spaces, where designers are even using fully stocked clothing racks as room dividers.
A clothing rack can also be a good way to hang formalwear you don’t want to get wrinkled when jamming it in with other clothing, as the photo above shows. Or you can place a clothing rack at the side of a bedroom and use that to plan and hang your next day’s outfit. A rolling rack can also add additional storage to larger walk-in closets. Stand-alone clothing racks are highly versatile.
The dining room is an interesting space to design. You want it to feel both structured and comfortable. It’s a place where you might serve an elegant, multi-course extravaganza or enjoy a cozier meal like spaghetti. Rattan works in either setting – and everywhere in between. Its carefully woven, sculpted feel is elegant but its natural fibers can help add a sense of casualness. When you want your dining room to make a striking statement without feeling stuffy, this material can deliver. Here are a few examples of it doing exactly that.
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