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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to How to Design a His & Hers Wardrobe27 March 2019

Introduce open shelves for keeping folded clothes such as tops, jeans and other casual wear. There should be a clearance of at least 12 to 15 inches between each shelf.Go for a shallow tray with drawer inserts to neatly organise accessories like bangles, makeup, necklaces, belts, earrings, sunglasses, watches and so on.It is not advisable to store your footwear in open shelves within the wardrobe (as in western countries) because in India, our footwear are prone to trapping a lot of dust and bacteria from the outdoors. Keep your shoes in a separate cabinet or dedicate a lower drawer for your shoes.7 Tricks to an Organised Wardrobe

Natasha Saroca added this to 24 Ideas From Stunning Wardrobes For Those Who Love Fashion12 November 2018

15. Divide and conquerAre your drawers out of control? Bring order back to these pull-out storage spaces by fitting them with handy drawer dividers and inserts that will keep them neat and orderly – that’s right, no more tangled jewellery, crumpled ties, kinked belts, misshaped bras or lonely, single socks (hurrah)! They’ll also help prevent delicate or fragile accessories, such as lacy lingerie or sunglasses, from getting damaged, as each item (or similar items that have been grouped together) will have its own designated space, rather than being thrown in a drawer with other wares they could become tangled with and end up getting scratched or snagged.Learn from these expert tips on how to organise the wardrobe

Georgia Madden added this to Experts Tips on How to Organise a Wardrobe Perfectly7 August 2017

Organise your drawersDrawers often get forgotten during wardrobe overhauls – which represents a real missed storage opportunity, in Player’s view. “For example, simple dividers can help keep socks and underwear colour-and style-sorted. Another good use for drawers is jewellery storage using stacking trays. Divide and conquer is the strategy in this instance.”

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Adrienne Powys added this to walk in robe3 August 2021

NO - these are a waste - don't accommodate enough - useless for jewellery and scarves and belts

Claudette D'Cruz added this to Wardrobe22 September 2020

Drawer for jewellery and scarves

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