Simplify your life and let STORAGE be an extension to your overflowing wardrobe and be clutter-free. Of course, a streamlined wardrobe offers more benefits than simple beauty. It saves time in the morning (and sometimes, the evening). It reduces stress and frustration. It saves money. There is a special pleasure reserved for those who look in their closet and love everything they see.
We can help you streamline your wardrobe, you can store your seasonal clothing and less frequently worn items in our secure, clean state of the ART storage facilities across London, without fear of humidity or moisture. If you are looking for help decluttering your wardrobe and thinning out your closet, look no further than on-demand storage service. Our approach is flexible, stress-free from the comfort of your home.
Space is valuable, why not store your winter clothing, summer or less frequently worn items of clothing until they are needed, you can simply request to have them delivered take what you need and the rest will be returned to our storage facility, rotate between groups as often as you like and live a clutter-free life.
How does it work.
1/ We assess your wardrobe by working closely with you to determine and group what items you like to store, organize and group your seasonal clothing into groups Autumn, Winter, Summer.
2, We supply the right boxes and packaging, wardrobe boxes with hanging rails, boxes for shoes, and folded cloth.
3/ We color coded, labeled ,and tagged with your name and a brief description of items an inventory which you will receive a copy.
4/ Working with you closely to determine what items of clothing you will like to store and rotation frequency..
Remember is on-demand you can request for any of your stored items at any time delivered straight to your door, and when you did we collect and return back to our storage facilities is that simple.
Getting Started is Easy, Here are a few steps to follow
Check your wardrobe.
Take a look at your clothes and assess what you wear most, least, or not at all. Donate the clothing you haven’t worn in a year or more, as well as anything that no longer fits. If an item is severely damaged, toss it out.
Decide what to store.
Let seasonality and frequency of use be your guide in determining what to keep in the closet and what to store with Pick&Move On-demand storage solution
Organize hanging garments by type and color.
Blouses, for example, can be sorted first by sleeve length and then by shade. By keeping like with like, options for a given outfit are clear at a glance.
Choose the right hanger.
Your closet will look neater if you use just one type of hanger—wood, wire, or plastic.
Set up zones.
A low rod holds tops and skirts; an eye-level pole dresses; and a high bar, shirts, and suits. A high shelf works fine for out-of-season shoes and sweaters.
. Arrange folded items.
Any clothing that will stretch out of shape should be folded over hangers. When organizing the folded clothing you’ll store on shelves, place heavier items at the bottom of the pile, and lighter ones at the top. After folding, arrange garments by function (workout tops together, business tops together, etc.) and color (white to nude to bright colors to black). If your closet doesn’t have shelves, consider using part of your clothing rod for hanging canvas ones.
Get a garment bag.
A sturdy canvas garment bag protects fine suits, dresses, and jackets better than plastic. (Leather, in particular, is susceptible to drying and even cracking if kept in plastic.)
Deal with dry cleaning.
Remove clothes from dry-cleaning bags as soon as you get home, and hang your clothes on proper hangers. Return the wire hangers to the dry cleaner for reuse.
Manage odds and ends.
Store bags, belts, ties, scarves, and other accessories in plain sight on hooks or racks, which can be attached to the inside of your closet door.
Contain what doesn’t hang.
Use containers—consider a matching set of baskets—to hold accessories and clothing that can’t be hung, such as socks and undergarments. Smaller baskets or boxes can store a single type of accessories, such as scarves or hats.
Pick a system for storing shoes.
Choose between a shoe rack on the floor, a hanging shoe organizer, see-through plastic boxes, or original shoeboxes with photographs stapled to them to identify the boxes’ contents. Stow shoes you don’t wear frequently in labeled plastic boxes on a high shelf, in another closet, or under your bed.