Do you struggle to find what you need in your closet because it's so cluttered? Here are some helpful space-saving tips to help you organize your closet:

1. Sort your clothes: Start by taking everything out of your closet. Sort through your clothes and decide which items you want to keep, donate or throw away. Old clothes can also be recycled by cutting them into squares and using them as rags, foot pads, etc., or cut into strips for mops.

2. Categorize: Once you've decided what to keep, categorize your clothes by type. For example, put tops, pants, skirts, underwear, and socks in separate piles. This will help you fold them more efficiently and keep your closet more organized.

3. Organize your shirts: When it comes to shirts, it's best to fold them one by one to the same size and arrange them by the neckline. This makes it easier to see each garment as soon as you open the drawer.

It also helps to prevent damage and deformation to the neckline. Pleated skirts and linen shirts wrinkle easily, so fold them on a tray before putting them in a drawer to prevent overlapping and damage to your clothes. You can also buy special boxes for shirts to keep them organized and prevent deformation.

4. Buy storage boxes: Use storage boxes to store items like socks and underwear. This not only protects them from deformation but also saves space.

5. Store seasonal clothing separately: Store seasonal clothing separately from clothing that needs to be stored. Temporarily stored clothing should also be kept separate from non-seasonal clothing. Arrange and stack clothes so that they take up less space and are easy to find.

6. Fold clothes in squares: Basic clothes like short-sleeved and long-sleeved shirts can be folded in squares. First, fold them inwards, find a right angle for the sleeve, fold it in half or three like a quilt, and leave a little space at the crease. Finally, turn it into a small square that can stand upright. Then, put it upright in a drawer or storage box.

7. Sort clothes by color: Put clothes of the same color together. Dark clothes should be on the inside and light-colored clothes on the outside.

8. Pay attention to storage capacity: Don't overstuff your drawers or hang too many clothes on a hanger. Aim for 90% storage capacity, meaning a drawer is 9 points full. This helps prevent clothes from falling off and keeps them wrinkle-free.

By following these space-saving tips, you'll be able to organize your closet and find what you need easily. Remember to declutter regularly to maintain a clean and organized closet.

Organizing your closet can save you time and space. Start by sorting through your clothes and getting rid of items you no longer need. Categorize your clothes by type, and organize them by folding and storing them in designated boxes or drawers. You can also organize clothes by color to make them easier to find.

Remember to pay attention to the storage capacity of your drawers and hangers, and avoid overcrowding them. By following these tips, you'll have a clean and organized closet that makes getting ready in the morning a breeze.