This is not an easy answer for those sharing a closet with a spouse. Opposites attract does not stop at money and decor.
Door closes… does that count??
@chienfou Only if you don’t get buried under an avalanche when you open the door after you managed to shut it.
It’s so organized, it keeps going out on strike!
It’s packed, but at least it’s packed neatly.
My closet is organized af. Granted, most of the stuff that belongs in there is on my bedroom floor.
“Closet” and “drawer” are my synonyms for organization. It’s the countertops and floors that aren’t organized.
Not only is it organized, mine is sorted by color and I rotate the individual items - LILO. I keep hubby’s shirts sorted by sleeve length, button down versus pull-over and solids versus prints. OCD much?
@allergycheryl I just started doing LILO in my closet recently so I didn’t keep wearing just my favorite shirts. If my wife puts the clothes away I have to go rearrange it now, but that’s ok.
@allergycheryl @djslack Sounds risky. Does your wife approve?
@therealjrn the way it is arranged, my side is behind her back when she’s facing her side, so I believe I’m sneaky enough to get away with it.
I’d say 80% of the time I put them up anyway so I’m pretty good.
Closet? We’re only allowed to have one?
@rockblossom Closets are like bathrooms–you can never have too many.
@rockblossom @therealjrn the number of skeletons to hide and trips to toilet increase with age.
So very organized. Clothes are sorted by type then by color/pattern.
The laundry basket I live out of is well organized; its a stack, last in first out. The black socks at the bottom haven’t been used since the last wedding I attended.
The closet is packed with all the clothes we don’t use