When we first moved in to this house, I was so glad that the builders had installed shelving for master closet organization. I had just spent the past few years adding shelving to my last master closet and didn’t want to spend the time or money doing that again.
But with all of those shelves, I didn’t have room for folded clothes, drawers or a hamper. And no matter what I did to organize, the closet always ended up with scattered shoes and piles of clothes covering the floor.
After seven years, I’ve finally figured out our master closet organization. And today, I’m taking you on a tour inside my closet to share some simple organizing solutions.
Master Closet Organization Ideas
It’s so much easier to love the home you’re with when your home suits your needs.
How the Master Closet Organization Works Three Years Later
That really was a decent master closet design, but for some reason, I kept rearranging and tweaking until I couldn’t live with the builder design any longer.
The lesson in all this is having an organized home is an evolving process. You will need to revisit your master closet organization every once in a while to see how it’s working.
You’ll know when it’s time to check-in because something within the organization system will stop working as well as it used to. A lot of times, this is because of changes in your routine or moving into a new stage of life.
When this happens, ask yourself what is still working, what isn’t working anymore, and why. Adjust the organization system based on the answers to those questions and on how you need the space to function.
The reward is so worth the effort.