Weekend project done! I just fit in 206 items of clothing into an itsy bitsy closet! If you are spatially challenged but don’t want to give up your well loved wardrobe, here’s how I did this.
1. Double up your hanging space by installing an extra clothing rod in the middle.
Yeah, yeah, you’ll probably ask – but what about my long dresses? What I did was that I hung them folded on a hanger. That top clothing rod in the picture? Most of those are dresses. 🙂
I just met my perfect notebook — Leuchtturm Journals! Last April 29, National Book Store launched the “Personalize Your Leuchtturm (loy-turm) Journal” event at their branch in Glorietta, Makati. We got to engrave our names on the soft leather cover of our chosen journal. Here’s me with mine. You will fall in love with this notebook’s details! From its ink proof and acid proof paper, its numbered pages, its detachable sheets, to its page marker, elastic enclosure band and most of all, the myriad of colors that you can choose from!
Whether you live in a condominium with an enclosed laundry area, or a house with an open one, here are some tips on how to keep this area of your home from becoming a mess. Washing and drying can be a breeze if this place is organized and clutter free. Let’s start with the place where you segregate your clothes. You can hang hampers for easy sorting.
Or put baskets inside a drawer to keep them out of sight.
Don’t throw your old shoe boxes away! You can upcycle them for other uses, other than storing your old socks!
If you have a wall just crying out for decorations, then you can use the box tops to create wall art!
You can also maximize the box bottoms to create tiny shelves. You can either paint the boxes just like these, or another idea is to line the inside with pretty prints using a gift wrapper and some glue.
You can also cover the box top with a pretty fabric which you can use as a jewellery organizer.