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I will not use my bedroom floor as a wardrobeAt the end of a long day, it often seems easier to throw your clothes on the bedroom floor or chair than to put them away – especially if you have to battle an over-stuffed wardrobe. While we all do this from time to time, avoiding your wardrobe and building up a mess on the bedroom floor will only lead to stress. The bottleneck is the non-functioning wardrobe and it needs to be working well for you in order to stop the clutter build-up.Take some time out to declutter and reorganise your wardrobe. Remove anything that’s neither clothing nor shoes – books, toys, paperwork. Replace damaged hangers and fix broken rails or shelves. If you hate tidying clothes, hang up as many items as possible – it’s a quicker job than folding. Once the wardrobe is in order, remember that tossing clothes to one side instead of tidying them away is procrastinating. While it might be an irritation to hang up clothes when all you want to do is climb into bed, putting it off will only make the job even worse when you do get around to it!11 ways to avoid a floordrobe in your bedroom
Tuck away winter footwear Clean and polish your warm boots and winter shoes, and gently stuff the toes with crumpled up newspaper to ensure they keep their shape. Shoe boxes make excellent storage containers, so don’t throw them away after purchase. If you’re feeling creative, decorate each box so you know the contents from a distance. Stack your winter shoes and boots at the back or top of your wardrobe and bring forward your summer selection.For a nation of shoe lovers, we’re often pretty lazy about upkeep. If you have many different-coloured shoes, clear polish is an economical buy. Worn-down heels are not a good look, so decide now if it’s worth spending money on repairs or whether it’s time to replace or get rid and free up some more storage space.You can find various products and ideas for shoe storage here.
Save it for shoesA wardrobe just for shoes might feel like an extravagance. But if your collection of heels is on the large side, and you can spare the wall space, it could well be worth it. This bespoke number has been designed for the job in hand and nothing else, meaning no more scrunched and squashed boots languishing under suitcases or mysteriously missing sandals.Browse more bedroom storage ideas
Transform a cupboardI love this idea for being straightforward and doing the job in hand so reliably well. A large linen closet or wardrobe has been overhauled into a huge shoe storage cabinet thanks to rows of slanted shelves, allowing enough space underneath for longer boots. Sometimes it’s the simple ideas that work so incredibly well…