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6 easy wardrobe hacks to maximise space

ByCatherine Rayward

Is your wardrobe a complete shambles? Never fear: Here’s how to make the most of your wardrobe space with six inexpensive, easy wardrobe hacks.

1. Store out of season clothing

To maximise the space in your wardrobe remove out-of-season clothing and shoes to free up a ton of space. Store this clothing on upper shelves, under a bed or in another location until the time comes to trade your summer clothes for your winter clothes (and vice versa).

2. Store purses and clutch bags vertically using a file holder

You will be able to see what you own at a glance, ensuing you’re using the items you have, while protecting each bag and purse at the same time.

3. Store accessories in a stackable tackle box

A clever and inexpensive way to store like items is to use a fish tackle box; it makes the best use of space and keeps all small pieces together in their sets.

4. Store items on the back of doors

Back of doors are often forgotten about, though it’s a great way to get daily items up off of the floor or dresser.

5. Use baskets on open shelves

This is a simple, yet effective way to store like items together – and it look super cute, too.

6. Use shoe drawers or risers

Shoe drawers and risers allow you to make the best use of the space you have dedicated to your shoes. These clever storage solutions will not only protect your shoes, but will keep them neat and tidy, too.

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