Wardrobe in the hallway
Home and Interior: Storage and Space Tips
A wardrobe for outerwear is present at the beginning or end of the corridor of each apartment.
And, as a rule, there is enough space there not only for shoes and coats. You can find slippers, skates, Christmas decorations, scarves and gloves, a vacuum cleaner and old wallpaper rolls.
First, you will have to free up space as much as possible. Think about whether the item suits you and whether you will wear it. If not, offer it to someone you know or throw it away. Organize clothing and shoes by frequency of use. Place what is more often worn in a conspicuous place, and what is less common, put it away. Pull items that are stored on the floor or on shelves. Open the boxes or bags to see what's in them. Before putting them in place, do not be lazy and sign what is inside. While the shelves are empty, wipe them with a damp cloth, and then use a furniture nozzle to vacuum the outer clothing from dust, wool, and fluff
and wipe the floor. Cover what you don’t wear often with bags. Just don’t wrap clothes in them completely, things should breathe. Place a couple of cans of baking soda on the shelves to remove odors and excess moisture.