12 Ways to Organise your Bedroom Cupboards 

Sorting out your cupboard at least once a year will keep it organised, free of clutter and you’ll find you have lots of extra space. Out with the old. In with the new. Here are 12 ways to organise your bedroom cupboards.

Rotate your Cupboard
Keep out of season clothes out of the way by rotating your wardrobe (including your shoes). Store unseasonal shoes in clearly labeled shoe boxes, which are easily stacked up and open forward. If you can, find ones that are large enough to fit two pairs of shoes in to maximize storage.

Where possible, use drawer dividers in your drawers for socks and underwear and go through this drawer regularly to toss out single socks and old underwear. These drawers can get full quickly so keep an eye on it.

Shelf Baskets
If your shelves are too far apart, use hanging shelf baskets to create another small division that you can use for gym clothes or swimming costumes.

Shelf Dividers
Shelf dividers are so useful when you’ve got stacks of t-shirts and jerseys falling over.

Hanging Rails
If you have the space, install another clothes rail above or below your existing one. In the cupboard that can only accommodate one rail, maximize the space below with trolleys or even shelves. This will create divisions where they weren’t any.

There are many hanger options nowadays. Hang multiple skirts or trousers on one hanger to maximise hanging space. You can also free up space in your drawers by hanging tank tops and scarves. Space saver hangers are also a bonus.

If you need containers in your cupboard, make sure they are clear so that you can easily see what is inside them. Don’t mix and match containers in different colours and sizes. This tends to make your cupboard feel unorganized and cluttered. Remember to label too.

Hang Shoes Up
Fabric shoe pockets or a shoe organiser attached to the back of your cupboard door provides great storage. Try to get one that can accommodate one shoe per pocket. Larger pairs can then go into your shoe boxes.

Cupboard Organisers
Use cupboard organisers to hang up your handbags and jewellery. These can hang on the inside of your cupboard door or over the rail. Over-door solutions are also useful.

Install screw-in hooks inside your cupboard door for hats, belts and even necklaces. It’s amazing how much you can fit on a door.

Tie Rail
Adding a basic tie rail onto the inside of your cupboard can be used for necklaces, scarves, ties, belts and even caps. It is a cheap organiser and multiple of these can be used on one door.

Stack your Handbag
If you don’t organise your handbags you’re likely to not use all of them because you can’t find them so stack them like books on a shelf (side on) so that you can easily pull them out. For those bags that keep on falling over, perhaps using a file divider in the cupboard might help!