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Organizing Seasonal Clothing

At this time of year, as I do laundry I begin to store 'out of season' clothing. I live on the East Coast so we need to start eliminating sweaters and long sleeved items from our closet.

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I do laundry in the basement, and we store our off season clothes down there too. When I empty the dryer and see a sweater or long sleeved item, I put it on a hanger and find a place for it in the storage area. This way they are not brought upstairs to make the closets cluttered and tight.

When I eliminate a winter item, I reintroduce a summer item to my closet. A simple idea which works great as you go.

By Edith from CT

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January 13, 2005

Store out of season clothing in a garbage can topped with a round table top and cloth. This can serve as a side table, night stand, etc.

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Since I have the space, I keep my late fall and winter clothes on one side of the closet and the spring, summer, and early fall clothes on the other side.

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January 2, 2013

I would like to know how and where to put winter coats and overalls, without a closet for a family of 5.

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January 3, 20130 found this helpful

Buy, reuse or sew some large pillow shams to match or co-ordinate with your rooms' decor...stuff the shams with the winter stuff....very luxurious!

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January 4, 20130 found this helpful

If they are in season clothes get one of those rolling hangers. They are quite inexpensive at WalMart and even Bed, Bath, and Beyond.

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January 4, 20130 found this helpful

Wall hooks, under the bed, in another room of the house depending on how frequent you wear them.

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May 27, 2010

I use dryer sheets (such as bounce, etc) to keep my out-of-season clothes smelling fresh and ready to wear.

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