Take five minutes to assess the myriad of clothing and accessories you possess, it’s probably a little overwhelming.

Dresses, shirts, trousers, skirts, blouses, belts, scarves, ties, undies, heels and slippers, across the United Kingdom and beyond, wardrobes are bursting.

So rather than shoving it all in, closing the wardrobes doors and pretending the mess isn’t there, let’s get shopping.

Not for more apparel, though, but for clever storage to keep it all in order.


Perspex shoe boxes

Excess shoes can be stored in clear Perspex boxes, these are great as you can immediately see what is inside and they keep your beloved shoes clean and dust free. Boot size boxes are also available, so they too can be neatly stored.


Butterfly scarf holder

Pretty and functional, these hangers are designed to resemble butterflies, the wings having holes through them, which scarves can be threaded.

Thus, no more tangled scarves and no more rummaging around a box that has over 50 items stored within it.


Hanging storage

If you open your sliding wardrobe doors fully and peak inside, you can then ascertain whether your hanging space is being fully utilised.

If space allows, you could invest in some hanging storage.

These sometimes come in the form of canvas square boxes (one above the other) that can be used to hold items such as swimwear and vest tops, or purses and small bags.


Drawer dividers

Drawers can also be organised and the use of compartmental boxes or drawer dividers can stop clothes like pants and bras from getting in a jumble.

These can also help you to separate items by colour if you want to be ultra-organised.


Storage boxes with tissue paper

The top of the wardrobe can be a great place to store boxes that may contain items that you do not necessarily want access to all the time.

Clothes such as a cashmere jumper (you may want to stash it safely in the heat of summer) should be wrapped in tissue paper and placed in a storage box.

Keep boxes tucked away and make sure you fully close drawers and sliding wardrobe doors to prevent moths from treating themselves to a cashmere feast.



Add bespoke sliding wardrobe doors to complete your orderly closet

Here at Superglide Sliding Wardrobe Doors we offer a full and complete service, providing made-to-measure sliding wardrobe doors.

We have our very own workshop in The Cotswolds and craft everything on-site. You can choose from a wide selection of finishes including oak, walnut and beech.

Let us provide chic sliding wardrobe doors to enhance your well-arranged attire.

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Dave Collins
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