20 Ideas on Purging a Bedroom Closet For More Space

By Shannon
20 Ideas on Purging a Bedroom Closet For More Space

According to Forbes, the average American woman owns 30 outfits in her closet, and most people spend well over $1,000 a year buying new clothes. With all of these clothes, we obviously need closet space. And according to ClosetMaid, the top item that people tend to hoard in their home is their clothing. This might be because we spend so much money on our clothes, and we instinctively don’t want it to be wasteful. Or, we think that maybe the right occasion might appear one day where your clothes will finally be useful again. If you’re like most people, you might feel frustrated with having an overflowing closet. Here are a few tips that should help you clean out your closet once and for all.

Cleaning your bedroom regularly is a good way to keep your closet clean. Credit: Shutterstock

20. Get in the Habit of Keeping Your Bedroom Tidy

Sometimes, a closet becomes the spot where you shove your mess inside, just so you can close the door and greet your guests with a smile. Before you know it, all of your junk is in the closet, and you can’t access any of the items that are actually meant to be there! This is why one of the first steps in getting your closet cleaned is to make sure your bedroom is always kept neat and tidy. 

Make sure the mess in your bedroom doesn’t end up in the closet. Credit: Shutterstock

When you are in the habit of making your bed, picking up after yourself, and generally keeping a clean bedroom, that attitude will also bleed over into your closet. If you find that certain items always end up sitting out in the open, that’s a sign that there is nowhere for the object to call “home”. Make sure there is a place to put away every single item in your bedroom, and that you know where it belongs.