With autumn in full swing and winter just around the corner, it’s time to revisit some essentials for clothes storage. The colder weather is a clear indicator that it’s time to organise and pack away those summer clothes so you can make room for all your winter woollies. Besides, why clutter your wardrobe with clothing you are not going to wear for the next few months?
Let’s face it, organising seasonal clothes can be frustrating as it takes more than simply tossing everything into a box and putting it in the loft. Unless you want to ruin your favourite dress or pair of summer trousers, you’re better off following these important tips on effective clothes storage.
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Summer has gone and if you haven’t done so already, storing clothes should be next on your ‘to-do’ list. For most of us, it is a seasonal chore but don’t be tempted to just shove everything into the cupboard. Wardrobe space is limited and the last thing anyone wants to do is waste time finding something to wear. Not only that, how often have you discovered a ruined top among the pile of clothes?
Storing clothes is not something we can ignore and a little effort can go a long way to simplify your life when you later unpack. Take the time to go through what you want to store and follow our guidelines to avoid mould, discolouration or insect damage. Continue reading →
Winter is really beginning to set in. The clocks have already been turned back, the weather is gloomy and we find ourselves tucked up in front of the fire on those cold winter evenings. Now you have no excuse; it’s a good time for those little winter storage projects you’ve been putting off.
Not only can you do a DIY ‘fix-a-thon’, you can also clear out the closets and declutter all over the house. Don’t try and do it all in one day though, give yourself sufficient time and tackle every project one step at a time. Take on too much and, just like most New Year’s resolutions, you’ll lose interest and move on to binge watch Netflix instead. Continue reading →