Removing all the excess clutter from your wardrobe is perhaps the hardest part of spring cleaning. But once all the mess is sorted, the rest is a breeze. We recommend you pull out all your clothes from the cupboard and load them onto your bed. Separate the clothes you wear often from the ones you hardy ever wear. This way, you can organise your closet according to what you wear the most. If there are any items you're not sure you want to keep, consider donating them to someone in need.
Now that your cupboards are empty, it is time to give them a good scrub. Wash and dust all the shelves and surfaces, paying special attention to the corners. If you have broken shelves or hinges, consider replacing them with new ones.
Once your cupboard is clean, it's time to redecorate. You can spruce up your closet by painting it or simply reline the shelves with some new paper.
Decide where you want your shoes and clothes to go and how you want to organise your cupboard. You can arrange your clothes according to colour, how often you wear them or by season, whatever works for you. Remember to consider how easy it will be for you to keep your closet organised.
After spending a fortune on certain items, we want to take care of them. The best way to do this is to hang them up neatly. This will also prevent your clothes from getting any wrinkles.
Bulky items, like denim and jerseys, need to be carefully folded and packed away on the shelves in your closet. You can simply stack them neatly to save some space.