Dirty clothes go in your hamper, but we often mess up the room with clothes that are worn but not quite dirty yet. Instead of throwing them on a chair or bed, keep a coat hanger around as a quick dumping place.
I'm a pretty neat and tidy guy — my friends would call me compulsive — but one thing I definitely struggle with are those worn-but-not-yet-dirty clothes. You know, the sweaters, jeans or other clothes you take out of your closet, but don't throw them in the laundry after only one wear. Sure, in theory, you're supposed to put them back away when you're done, but the fact of the matter is that most of us don't. We throw them over a chair, on the bed, or somewhere else instead of hanging them up, and it can really make a room look messy.
Home-centric blog Apartment Therapy has a simple solution: Just throw a coat hanger or a set of door hooks in your bedroom and, at the end of the day, just throw your clothes on that instead. The rest of the room will look much tidier as a result. Again, you could of course just develop better clothes-hanging habits, but let's be honest: the last thing I want to do at bedtime is re-fold and re-hang my clothes from the day. Hit the link to read more. Photo by ercwttmn.
5 Ways to Keep Worn (But Not Dirty) Clothes Organized [Apartment Therapy]