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5 tips for a stress free life (aka, organised wardrobe)

Published - 25 Oct 2016
It’s 8:45am and your heart starts to beat a little faster, your cheeks are burning and you can already envision the piercing eyes of your boss glaring at you as you walk into the office late, once again. Yesterday you couldn’t find a pair of black trousers and today you were blaming the washing machine for eating all your socks! We’ve all been there. But if you are unfamiliar with this feeling, that’s probably because you already have an organised wardrobe. We all know it but whether it’s because we’re afraid of it or too lazy to establish it, organisation is the solution to a stress-free life. So, today, I am going to solve one of your life problems with these five, simple ways to organise your wardrobe and get your life back on track!

Colour coding
So you’ve been wearing the same white shirt to work every Monday for the last five years. Colour coding is the easiest and quickest way to organise your wardrobe, and you might find some other coloured shirts that you completely forgot you had! While you’re at it, you might want to consider decluttering as well; if you haven’t worn it in the last 12 months, send it to Salvos!

Vertical space
Using wire baskets, shelves and drawers, vertical space will become your new best friend! Sliding Wardrobes World is an authorized dealer of Komandor wardrobe systems and Komandor wardrobe accessories and they have a great variety of vertical storage for all of your organisational needs.


A variety of storage fixtures
Installing a mixtures of storage types will force you to use the wardrobe accessories  for what they were designed for. From shoe shelves to belt and ties racks, hanging rods to trousers hangers, Komandor manufacture a number of wardrobe accessories that will have you organised in no time!

Prepare for the seasons
A rule to set yourself is that at the beginning of a new season (which is only four times a year!), re-negotiate your wardrobe. Most-used clothes should be at eye level, with less used clothing below them, and least used clothing hidden up high. 


Introduce light
Yes, you have lights in the room where your wardrobe is located but for those items that do get lost and when it comes to diving into those deep drawers, a little extra light would help. Wardrobe lighting will allow you to see what you have and find what you’re looking for a lot quicker.  
It’s really that easy! So what are you waiting for!? Organising your wardrobe will be the beginning of a new way of living, stress free.