The Purple Rose of Cairo
Tom Ross of Brilliant Creek (www.brilliantcreek.com)
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advice from a wardrobe maker The fact is, tidying, folding and putting things away is boring and time consuming. Designing the wardrobe well so it’s really simple to maintain when you’re not motivated will mean you don’t need to keep on top of it. Most wardrobes are built based on kitchen methodology which does not work for clothing. stop weird folding(folding that requires thinking or more than 2 seconds), by having shelves that are the right size for clothes and shoes Only store where you can see and reach without bending by using low sections for hanging and put shelves above where your eyes and arms are. Don’t try shoes down low, unless you enjoy re-tidying on your knees every week Properly designed wardrobes have proper width and depth shelves so you can quick fold not weird fold(make weird shapes with clothes to fit the shelves). Weird folding is idealistic and forgotten when you’re back to normal life so keep it really simple.