The color coding of the closet makes your preparation in the morning or evening so much easier. You can easily find and even identify your items when the items are missing. It may take some time, but the color coding of your office will certainly work in the long run.
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Organize the clothes in your closet. Divide all the clothes in your closet into tops and bottoms. It is easier to keep clothes on hangers in the closet than to take them out and split them. It also keeps the space around you as you try to paint your closet.
Think of the abbreviation you have learned about the range of colors in elementary school: ROY G BIV – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indian and violet. This is the easiest way to color hanging clothes. As you continue to separate your tops and bottoms, arrange each intersection in color, starting with red and ending with purple or purple. Since most people also have black and white clothes, add black clothes at the end of purple and purple, and white behind black.
Remember that for all objects that are multicolored, you can use one color with this color.
Change the order of clothing in each color section. First put on the shirts and shirts without sleeves and then the short sleeve shirts, shirts, sleeves and dresses with long sleeves.
Repeat step 4 on each segment until each colored segment is completed.
Do the same for the bottoms, change the order of the shorts first, then the short skirts, capris and bermuda shorts, long skirts and pants. Basically, the order is from the shortest to the longest.
Separate the clothes in your drawers with the same colors as in step 2: ROY G BIV.
Keep your underwear and socks separate as they are easier when they all come together.
Give each color a separate drawer if you have room. If you do not have enough space, combine the colors closest to the spectrum.
Change the color coding system to suit your needs.
It is much more difficult to design a color code store if you can, shut down all your clothes to bring the color coding system to its maximum potential.