You may recall a few months ago that I mentioned I would be doing a lot of organizing this Winter. The nesting bug has hit and I organized my first closet yesterday. I started with one of the easiest closets. You know, enough to get me motivated, but not overwhelmed. I recommend you do the same. This small hallway closet nestled between the bedrooms and the girls’ bathroom didn’t really have a lot of purpose, just random clutter. I needed to consider what it could best be used for. After looking at our overflowing linen closet just across the hall, I decided that it would be a cleaning/utility closet. After all, it seems this is where some of my husband’s miscellaneous tools land, and it’s the perfect nook for cleaning supplies. Not to mention, you have to store light bulbs somewhere out of reach of children.
1) establish a purpose
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For 15 minutes and $6, I found organizing this closet extremely rewarding. I can’t wait to move onto the next! Click here for more tips on organizing your home. For more everyday ideas, follow me on Bloglovin and Facebook, pin with me on Pinterest and go behind the scenes on Instagram.