Although I see myself as an organised person this book took me to another level. It taught me lessons on how to organise things in order, the right way and to only keep things that I love.
It made me change the way I organise my clothes in my chest of drawer.
In this post, I will be sharing 5 storage solutions that you can use to organise and store things in your my chest of drawer.
This set of 3 storage organiser is great. I use this mainly to organise and store my underwear, socks and ties and it works perfectly. You can easily fold it away when not in use.
This drawer makes it easy to partition your drawers the way you want. You can adjust the dividers to your needs. With different partitions, you can easily organise and store your things nicely .
Again this is a fantastic storage box for storing different sorts of things from underwear to make up. The box comes with 4 compartments and you can buy different colours too.
These storage boxes are great for storing different items of clothing that fold easily like t-shirts. .These boxes come in different colours.
This storage box is a multi use you can use it to store and organise your makeup, making your morning makeup routine a hassle-free.
Since I don’t have a dresser in my bedroom I keep my makeup in my chest of drawer and use this storage box to store my makeup and nail polish.
I have recently de-clutter my makeup and was surprised to see the huge amount of make up I had. What surprised me most was that, whilst I had this huge amount of make up collection I only used the same few things every day in my collection.
The rest of the makeup was just sitting there, taking space and cluttering my makeup drawer. During the process of de-cluttering my make up I decided to keep makeup that I loved and used every day.
I also recommend these storage cubes from IKEA they come in a set of 6 pack. They can be used to store many things.
I used these storage boxes to store clothes for my kids in the drawer using the KonMari folding method which I learned from the book I mentioned above. This makes it easy to find things when you need them.
You can choose to live the rest of your life with an overloaded chest of drawer that pains you and stresses you each time you open it. Or you can choose to live a better life by starting to organise your chest of drawers.
Over to you…
What do you use to organise your chest of drawer?
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