Whenever you’re entering a space – whether it’s a room, a building or even a town – the initial impression has a big impact on your experience.
So don’t let piles of keys, phones, gym shoes and wallets make you feel unorganized when you enter your home.
Incorporate a closet organization system and these ideas to make it look and feel better:
1) Consider a closet storage system with doors and drawers. Then you can hide all the things people dump when company calls simply by closing things up. And if you plan wisely (or get lucky) you’ll have an accessible electric outlet so those gadgets can be plugged in and charging while in hiding.
But if that’s not an option, try a recharging pad. Duracell, Philips and Powermat offer options.
2) Incorporate space for hooks – preferably staggered at two different heights. It’s the easiest way to get family members to stop throwing things on the floor.
3) Build in shelves for shoes. Shoes are notorious clutter bugs. Shelves provide an easy space to stash them and make life less stressful.
4) Reflect Beautifully! Adding a wall mirror – or some mirrored doors to your closet storage system – can be a nice touch of elegance and give you that “last look” as you dash out the door to face the day ahead.