Wardrobes Can Be Life Changing
Most people’s homes do not have proper wardrobes that help them organise their clothes and apparel. In fact it’s normally a hanging rail and a top shelf and often an ill fitting chest of drawers. This leads to clutter, lost items and disorganisation. The best scenario would be to have your shirts, skirts, trousers, belts, ties and shoe and not forgetting your jewellery all on display and within easy reach.
This allows you to make outfit decisions quickly and efficiently so you can get on with the more important tasks in your day. It’s stressful looking for clothing or rifling through draws or pulling out a creased shirt. What a terrible start to your day. And then your spouse turns around a tells you to be calm, grrr!
Clutter and disorganisation lead to anxiety
Clutter and disorganisation lead to anxiety not only that it’s a sign of procrastination all because you don’t have a fully operational walk in wardrobe. You have clothes piled up in disarray, clothes you want and clothes you don’t want all mixed together, stuff on the floor and hidden items that you can never remember that they are there. It’s enough to send you straight to the shrink!
Imagine starting your day and after showering the first thing you see is a well organised layout of your clothing in your wardrobe. Your spouse has the same matching belt rack (with a tie rack) clothes baskets, draws, shelves and shoe rack. You can see everything in front of you and a deep feeling of calm prevails. Your outfit decision is quick and your day begins.
After a busy day you’re putting washing away (another tedious activity) but it takes you a few minutes and you’re gone.
The walk in wardrobe has changed your life and made your day!
The first thing you need to do now is call Leigh Robinson and he can go through everything you require, plan the layout and measure up. Consider Leigh to be your wardrobe counsellor, call him now Ph: 0412 525 137
“An organised person puts things away. A disorganised person sets things down.” Anon