The best things I have found for the storing clothes challenge are bedroom wardrobes.
It costs a lot to get in a specialist company to do closet organization. It is not necessary. Find out what clothes you have to store and what purpose each one serves for you. Take out from your bedroom wardrobe any garments that you think you will never wear in the next six months.
Put to one side any items which are no longer modern. In many years time they will be the up to date style again but they take up so much space so is it really worth keeping them that long? Clear out all the old handbags, shoes, suits and dresses while doing this.
It would amaze me if you had not managed to get rid of half the things your wardrobe by doing these simple things.
You need to find a way to sort out what is left into groups that you use at the same time. Maybe start off by having a pile for casual clothes and a separate pile for business clothes. Possibly split sports from casual or even just put all the same colored items together.
Make sure that when you fill the wardrobe again it all goes in neat and tidy.
Now dig out the bins and baskets that have been lying around not used for a long time. They will come in useful now.
To save even more space you could get a DIY corner wardrobe or just use the spare room and buy a cheap wardrobe in there. If you still need some extra space, you can always get some shelves that will fit into one of your wardrobes or on the walls.
Another idea is to buy some hangers that you can keep more than one garment at a time. Without getting them creased, you can get more in like this.
Rather than having a rail some people buy a chain and cut it to a size which will fir into their closet. They then have a coat hanger hanging from each individual link. The links should be small to save space but ensure the coat hanger will fit through them.
All this hardly costs you anything except time. It leaves you with your clothes neatly sorted out so that you can find what you want when you need it. Separating winter clothes from summer ones is a great idea.
Just change the ones you need into your bedroom twice a year. Sending the old things off to the charity shop or tip will be the main problem in keeping your bedroom wardrobes full and tidy.With the way that the economy is today I have had to become the money advice expert for our family and would like to share some ideas that I have found.