Organise your closet. Make space for the spring-summer collection
Storage systems with internal divisions and drawers are recommended for dressing rooms, as they offer specialisation and allow the wardrobe to be arranged in accordance with the frequency of use of the clothing. Storage space must be clearly defined with the possibility of unambiguous classification. Elements such as glass doors are ideal for closing off certain areas that allow clothing to be viewed and at the same time, protect it from dust. A smooth, easy-to-clean cover is also ideal for placing items of clothing on when they are selected.
If you choose multiple drawers as your storage system, the visible side should preferably be made of transparent material, as this allows you to see what’s inside without needing to open it. Another option is open furniture with shelves on which you can see the content.
Drawers should have interior devisions, which should not be very tall, each selection can be used to store something depending on its function and size. Storage areas for clothing must be sufficiently fresh and kept away from the damp areas of the bathroom. They should also have sufficient drawers and containers that are appealing to the eye and allow this space to be arranged.
A shoe closet, should be separated from the main one. It must be airy and have a specific place for the boots and winter shoes in general.
Walking closets are a nice spot to have your private working/office area and keep your personal favourites, like fashion books and family portraits and your bags.. Something like a boutique!