3 Ways To Better Organize T-Shirts In Wooden Closets And Dressing Rooms
No matter the age, sex, or social status of who it is, if we look inside any piece of furniture chosen at random from all the wooden closets and dressing rooms, we will always find t-shirts.
Stamped or plain, summer or winter, red, green, yellow, always in numbers greater than 10, these types of garments are so versatile that they end up accumulating badly in the closet, wrinkled and, worse, occupying a precious space of more that we could take advantage of for other pieces.
Today we tell you three ways to organize them better.
The Way To Fold Them
The fundamental thing so that a garment does not wrinkle is to fold it conveniently before storing it in cabinets and dressing rooms made of wood or any other material.
The traditional way, which our parents tried to teach us, and we never learned, is summarized in the following:
The shirt is extended face down on a flat surface, the ends are folded vertically inwards, and the sleeves are folded lengthwise above each folded side. The rectangle obtained must be folded, finally in half.
Orientals have taught us less orthodox, but wonderfully effective methods
The Shape Of The Wooden Coat And Coat Hangers
If we have enough space in the horizontal of dressing rooms and closets and wooden dressing rooms, we can take advantage of it to organize the t-shirts with the hangers there.
Be careful, even if they take up little, you have to organize them so they can breathe. The best option is to choose narrow and thin hangers that do not occupy too much. With the right length, they will never deform the garment.
The Way To Stack Them
When, unfortunately, wooden cabinets or dressing rooms do not have enough space for more shirts, an imaginative solution will be the drawers were to optimize the available space further; we can turn on a new folding technique:
With the garment placed, as usual, we make three horizontal folds instead of one, from the bottom towards the center, and again upwards, as if we were forming a roll but without actually rolling it up, just folding. We obtain a kind of partition that stands up by itself so that, if we place one behind the other, all the shirts no matter the shirt design [desain baju kaos which is the term in Indonesia] will be visible and more accessible without wrinkling much more than usual.