A clean and organized closet can give you peace of mind and save you time and money, according to experts. However, we tend to clutter those closets with clothes that don't fit, linens, tax records and anything else we want out of sight.
How many times have you walked into your closet and thought, "I have nothing to wear" all while you're staring at a closet that is overflowing with clothes? You then frantically search for an outfit that ends up being the same old thing you always wear.
Trying to realistically think of a number for how much money you've got sitting in your closet -- the collected amount you've spent on dresses, jeans and shoes -- can be terrifying. If you're brave, take a second to think about how much money you think you have sitting in your closet.
Is your closet a disaster? Do you find yourself wasting priceless minutes searching for that perfect shirt to complement your dress pants in the morning? Let Barbara Reich, our expert organizer, save you time and hassle.
I spend a lot of time in guys' closets, and let me tell you, I've seen it all. From paint cans and bikes to ladies' underwear, closets can easily become a catch-all for all the stuff we don't have the time or energy to deal with.
If you're thinking of selling your home in 2014 or just want to ramp up your home value, it's important to educate yourself on which improvement projects will bring you the most return on your investment.
I have just finally completed a closet renovation in my house that will put all that disorganization of clothing chaos hopefully to bed. So whether, your renovation is big or small, I'm penning these eight tips to help guide and inspire you.
I do clean out my closet once a year, but it was now pretty obvious to me that I wasn't being hard enough on myself or my wardrobe. I knew if I could find an ally to help purge, I wouldn't be able to lie to myself anymore.
Apparently it might be bad Feng Shui to have an office in a closet (because it might be blocking positive or creative energy). Tell that to someone who lives in a smallish (yet expensive) Manhattan apartment.