How to Ready Your Closet for Fall | Clozetivity of Central Texas
As the weather outside begins to cool down and the leaves start to change color, it’s time to start thinking about changing your closets over from summer to fall. Depending on the type of closet you have, this process may be different. Here are some tips on how to get your closet ready for fall, no matter what type it is.
If you’re lucky enough to have a custom closet, then you probably don’t need to do much in terms of seasonal changes. However, it’s still a good idea to go through your clothes and get rid of anything you haven’t worn in a while. This will make space for new fall clothes and also help you keep your closet organized.
Hall Fall Closet
Hall closets are usually smaller, so it’s important to be mindful of the space you have when making seasonal changes. Start by taking everything out of the closet and giving it a good cleaning. In the hall closets, go through your clothes, bedclothes, or whatever you have stored in them and remove any summer items that you won’t be needing anymore or any old items that you don’t use anymore. Once you’ve done that, you can start adding in your fall clothes and looking for items that you may need, such as new sheets or towels.
Reach-In Fall Closet
Reach-in closets can be tricky because they often don’t have a lot of extra space. The best way to deal with this is to again start by taking everything out and giving the closet a good cleaning. Once that’s done, go through your clothes and put away any summer items you won’t be needing anymore. You may need to get creative with how you arrange your fall clothing so that everything fits, but that’s all part of the fun! This may also be the time to think about investing in a reach-in custom closet design which will give you a lot more needed storage space.
Walk-in closets offer a lot of potential for seasonal changes since they tend to be larger than other types of closets. The best way to take advantage of this extra space is to invest in some seasonal storage bins or think about redesigning your walk-in custom closet to give you more storage space. That way, you can easily pack away any summer clothes you won’t need and quickly retrieve them when the weather gets warm again next year. You can also use this extra space to store other seasonal items like Christmas decorations or Halloween costumes.
No matter what type of closet you have, it’s relatively easy to make some simple changes so that it’s ready for fall. Just take everything out, give it a good cleaning, and put away any summer clothing you won’t be needing anymore. If you have a walk-in closet, Reach-in closet, or Hall closet with just minimal shelving, you may want to think about calling Clozetivity of Central Texas for a free design consultation to find how much more storage space you could have with a custom closet. By following these tips, you’ll be able to enjoy all your favorite fall fashion in no time!