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Ways To Organize and Store Winter Gloves, Hats And Mittens

 

You can get your family’s winter gear organized and stored away quickly and easily in just three easy steps.

Step 1: The Sort Through

Start by organizing all of your winter gear. Take everything out and see what’s still in good shape. If you have more items than you can use, donate the extras. Toss gloves or mittens with a missing match and items that have ripped or worn out.

 

Step 2: Type of Organization

The way you organize your items can also vary. You might want to organize by type of item, color or even what belongs to whom. Each member of your family could have a cabinet or box with their items.

 

Step 3: The Grand Finale

This is the fun part! You want to make sure everything is easily accessible. Boxes or bins in the entry way to your home are a great solution.

The two biggest things to remember are to use labels and not to stack. Labels ensure you’ll find what you need fast, and not stacking boxes ensures that everything is within reach. If you’re using boxes, consider clipping mitten pairs together with clothespins.

If boxes aren't your thing try these options:

  • Hide an over-the-door shoe organizer inside your coat closet. Put pairs of gloves or mittens and knit hats in each pocket.
  • Hang an indoor clothes line made from a pretty ribbon strung between two hooks. Let kids decorate their own clothes pins for holding items on the line.
  • Buy a mitten tree for your mud room. Check Amazon.com to see lots of options for mitten stands and mitten trees.
  • Attach wire baskets to the inside wall of your hall closet. Each family member gets a basket for their winter items.

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