MOST of us dream of more wardrobe space, but if you’re lucky enough to have a spare cupboard in the house, you can easily turn it into one with a little creativity.
Just ask this avid organiser who turned a “total dumping ground” of a cupboard into a walk-in-wardrobe complete with floor to ceiling shoe storage and stacking cubes filled with perfectly folded t-shirts.
The space was small and messy [/caption]
Carla shared snaps of her wardrobe space online which showed a regular size cupboard bursting with piles of scrunched up clothes.
Deciding to get her clothes in order, Carla bought storage cubes off Amazon and ripped out the wooden shelves which allowed her to open up the space – and it’s so amazing.
She posted the transformation in the Organise my UK home Facebook group where people complimented the new space, with many eager to replicate it themselves.
But while the new storage system is impressive in its own right, many were most impressed by the woman’s envious shoe collection.
It’s now extremely organised and stores so many shoes[/caption]
The wire cubes were cheap on Amazon – and great for organising clothes[/caption]
People love the new space but were equally impressed by the shoe collection [/caption]
The cupboard stored more shoes than it did clothes, most of which were stilettos in every colour imaginable.
“Looks well better but omg I wood kill my self in them heels,” one person wrote.
And a second wrote: “I’m impressed with the space but more so with the height of those heels”
“This is fantastic and so are your shoes,” said another.
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