Color coding is a life saver for those running late to work every morning. It’s the best way to arrange and organize your clothes in a systematic order to create a neat and organized closet. Such a closet us also very pleasing to the eyes. Color coding your clothes will take a little time, but it will be worth the time spent in the long run.
Here is how you will color code your wardrobe:
- Separate all the clothes according to types, i.e. shirts in one pile, pants in the other, skirts in another, and so on.
- Sort the colors in each pile.
- Choose the color coding, like you can move from light to dark, by beginning with lining all the white shirts, and moving to darker colors gradually, or you can go in the rainbow color coding. The rainbow color coding, or ROYGBIV (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet)looks more decorative in a closet. You can place the whites, grays, and browns in places with contrasts. Same goes for multicolor clothes, place them according to the dominant color in the clothing item.
- Begin placing the clothes in the closet. Hanging most of the clothes is better and simpler. Place the tank tops first along with the sleeveless shirts, and then move on to half-sleeved and full-sleeved shirts.
- Continue the cycle with each types of clothes, keeping the order of the color code the same. Remember to go from shortest to longest to be more organized.
Voila, you are done! Enjoy your newly organized color coded closet!