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An empty wardrobe with hangers, wire mesh drawers, a pegboard and overhead wire rack


Get control of your life and discover clothes you forgot you even had by organising your wardrobe. This might be the most satisfying job you do all year!


1Clear everything out

First thing's first – take everything out of your wardrobe and lay it out on your bed to see what you've got. Now's a great opportunity to go through everything you own and make a pile for donating to charity – this is going to free up even more wardrobe space once you're all nice and organised. Also take the opportunity to make everything look pretty – replace any old, mismatched hangers, and give the empty space a good dust/vacuumand clean. Organise your clothes together by type – jackets in one pile, shirts in another and so on.

A person clearing clothes out of a bedroom wardrobe

2Add your shoe rack and portable hanger

Once we cleaned everything out of our wardrobe, we slowly started adding things back in. We started with our shoes, purchasing a shoe rack from our local Bunnings, to display them and keep them organised and off the floor. We also added a portable hanger, these are particularly handy if you're renting as you can take them with you when you go.

A person looking at a hanging shoe rack inside a wardrobe

3Start arranging your 'Clever Closet' system

These are the pieces that click together to create any wardrobe configuration of your choice. Choose the system/parts that best fit your space and start assembling to your wardrobe's specifications. To install, simply slide the hooks into the ends of the brackets, using the holes to fix them in place, then push up the lever to attach. How simple was that? There are baskets, racks and shelves all available in this range – almost anything you can dream up, they've got the parts for.

An empty wardrobe with hangers, wire mesh drawers, a pegboard and overhead wire rack

4Add a pegboard

Pegboards are particularly good for hanging accessories. Just purchase some hooks and get creative. 

A person installing a pegboard at the back of a wardrobe

5Double your hanging space

You can effectively double your hanging space by adding extra rods below what's already there. Simply purchase more rods then mount either using a temporary 3M mounting grip or if you're using the ‘Clever Closet' system, click them into place.

DIY Step Image - How to organise your wardrobe. Blob storage upload.

6Organise your drawers

Once you've got your drawers sorted and installed, grab some drawer organisers and sort everything within each drawer. 

A person standing in front of wire mesh drawers with contents organised into containers

7Rehang your clothes

A great way to make everything look nice and neat is to have matching clothes hangers – make sure they're facing the right way for an even more satisfying aesthetic! When you're putting all your clothes back in, make sure you continue to group them together – this way you'll easily find what you're looking for.

A person hanging shirts on hangers in a wardrobe

8Admire your handiwork

You'll never have trouble finding that perfect outfit again with your fresh, clean and organised wardrobe.

9Watch the full episode

Check out the full episode for more laundry and home organisation tips and tricks with Steph Pase from @justanothermummyblog.

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