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    Default How to store clothes in wardrobe?

    How would you organise the clothes in here?
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    I've tried neat piles of shirts shorts ect, as you can see that didn't work. The will be two kids clothes in here soon too. Any ideas?

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    Can you do a shelf of tshirts/long sleeve tops then another of shorts/pants etc. that way even if they get a bit muddled you still know what's on each shelf basically..?

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    Drawers or boxes. One for jocks, one for t-shirts - you can put a picture on the front of what's inside so that the kids know what is in each box. Cheepo plastic ones that are see through but have wheels on the bottom would be perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummerFun View Post
    Can you do a shelf of tshirts/long sleeve tops then another of shorts/pants etc. that way even if they get a bit muddled you still know what's on each shelf basically..?
    I tried that, this was the result. Two kids are going to make a bigger mess.

    The problem with the shelves is they aren't very high so boxes won't fit. Ive got one of those tiered plastic draw thing pulled apart for the other room, they get heavy. I haven't been and to find any thing else similar in stores.

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    This is the other room.

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    Can you remove every second shelf and put storage boxes/containers in? Is it your house? If so, I would change the shelf configuration.

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    I would buy one of those cheap clothing racks and hang up all jumpers and shirts which will free up more space in the cupboard for pants. If the piles aren't stacked too high they should remain fairly neat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiflers Mom View Post
    Can you remove every second shelf and put storage boxes/containers in? Is it your house? If so, I would change the shelf configuration.
    Eek no they are fully built in and are rare good hardwood (the house was made from trees logged within 10km of the house).I dont want to touch the wood. Or id install those wire pull out drawers from howards stofage world ect.

    The other side is hanging space so I can hang the jackets ect. I usually store the winter clothes during summer anyway.

    The plastic boxes work ok but arnt very pretty. Has anyone seen anything similar, but prettier?

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    I would suggest shelf dividers like this
    http://www.amazon.com/Organize-It-Al...6795670&sr=1-7

    but I think your shelves would be too thick for them.

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    Oh they look good. The front piece is added on so the shelf itself isn't thick just the front piece.

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