No storage for “worn once, not dirty” clothesAfrica Studio/shuutterstock
That pair of jeans you slipped into to run a quick errand or the hoodie you wore to walk the dog are not necessarily ready to be laundered, but they are not clean enough to put back with the clean clothes. Instead of slinging them over the side chair in your bedroom, opt for in-the-closet storage for these articles of clothing. Designate a single shelf or section for anything you are still wearing, so all the semi-dirty stuff stays together. Here’s how getting rid of clutter and recharge your life.
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Without proper lighting, the closet can be a dark and messy place, but who wants to pay a pricey electrician to run wiring? Light up the closet with super-bright, battery-operated, stick-up LED light strips. No more wasting time trying to distinguish black pants from navy blue or searching for two matching shoes on the floor of your closet. When you can see the space clearly, you can maximize your storage and keep things tidy. Here are more ways to save on lighting.