DIY Closet Staging

Rubbermaid closet system for staging a closet

DIY closet staging Buyers will be opening them up. We have all done it. They want to see how much storage your home has.

This is the key to making it look spacious. Make it look like you have more than enough space. Make it organized and clean.

Now is where packing up what you don't need and storing it somewhere else comes in. Stage these spaces one at a time. Don't overwhelm yourself. It will be worth it.

DIY Closet Staging Tips

Set up separate containers for your things.

•Garbage can for broken or worn out items

•Bin for donations to charity, friends or family

•Boxes for packing up seasonal things and items you want to move with you

•Container for old chemicals to be disposed of properly. Call waste management if you need information on this process. We take ours out to the dump and deliver it to the drop off station.

•The clothes and items that you will need day to day, set them aside neatly, put on hangers of the same color. Use decorative bins for smaller items.

•Wipe down walls with cleaner. Prep for paint if needed. It is surprising how beat up the walls get over the years.

•Replace or add shelf liner paper

•Only replace the items you will be needing day to day.

•Rehang your clothes in an organized way. Group according to category or color, it will make it look neater. Replace small item containers. Stage it to leave space, make it look like you have more than enough room.

•Arrange shoes and towels neatly, pack up extras.

Stage your closets with Rubbermaid closet systems

Now you are ready to clean out each of your closets. All of them, Utility, coat, laundry, all of them. This DIY staging process will make moving on so much easier for you. Do them one at a time and you won't burn out.

Now that you have a step by step DIY closet staging list you should be able to make a difference at your house.

For everything you need to know about packing make sure you visit my Packing information page. You will find step by step guidance and tips.


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