Time for a fun personality quiz! This one is all about who you are in terms of your home organization preferences.
While everyone needs a home to live in, how you prefer to keep your home organized (or not) can say a lot about you. Luckily, no matter which personality type you are, there’s home organization strategy to match, and it can make tidying up a lot easier since it will fit with your lifestyle preferences.
So, ladies, which one of these four personality types best describes you:
1. Zen Goddess
Are you a minimalist who craves simplicity, clean lines, and serenity? Do you understand and try to incorporate the principles of feng shui into your living space? Does the very thought of clutter make you shudder? If so, you could be a Zen Goddess.
For you, you want a streamlined closet system to complement your streamlined lifestyle. You’ll do well with visible hanging rods with plenty of space for a minimalist wardrobe that comes in a stark color palette. You’ll also love open shelves to showcase the few, select elements of aesthetic design you’ll want to put on display.
2. Domestic Diva
Is Martha Stewart your role model? Do you have an inborn obsession with order, organization and detail? Do you know how to perfectly fold a cloth napkin, which you keep in a linen closet perfectly sorted according to size, fabric, and color? Congratulations – you’re a Domestic Diva!
You understand that there should be “a place for everything and everything in its space.” So, you need a closet system that’s designed with the storage capacity to meet your needs. You want to make sure you have plenty of cubbies and drawers – as well as dividers for those drawers – so that you can keep all your belongings sorted and categorized.
A walk-in closet is probably one of your favorite rooms in the house, since it gives you ample space to fill every nook and cranny with a storage solution that keeps everything neat and organized.
3. Hot Mess Rebel
You’re no longer a teenager – but people might think you are judging by the looks of your bedroom. You’ve got clothes laying all over the place, a dresser buried under piles of who-knows-what, and it might take you awhile to find something you know you’ve got somewhere in a closet someplace. Face it, girl - you’re still a rebel. And you’re quite a hot mess.
Luckily, there are baby steps you can take to start to tame your wild streak and begin to put your home in a semblance of order. It might benefit you to take a weekend to go through all your belongings and choose to keep only those that actually are still relevant for your adult life.
If you had more closed drawers, you could use them to at least temporarily hide all the clutter that’s cramping your style. Then, with a basic, functional closet system in place, you can start to bring some organization to at least one part of your life and grow from there.
4. Compact Queen
Do you live in a tiny apartment or small home with minimum space? For you, the perfect home is cozy and adorable, and you are content maximizing every available inch to suit your needs. If so, reign on Compact Queen!
You know you have to make the most of your precious home real estate, so you have to create storage solutions in every closet (if not every drawer!) You definitely need a customized organization solution that’s perfectly tailored to your perfect little space.
If you’re interested to learn more about a customized organization solution to fit your personality type, then reach out to our team here at Modular Closets. We’ll even give you a FREE closet design to meet your lifestyle needs and preferences. Get your customized process started today!
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Have you been procrastinating on getting your closet organized? For many people, it’s easy to let closet organization slip to the bottom of the to-do list – after all, it is one part of your home that guests rarely get to see.Luckily, it can be easy to make some significant improvements to your closet without spending too much time or effort. And the benefits can be enormous, everything from to a more joyful day-to-day routine. Think of it as an exercise in self-care!