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First, get inspired by your favourite colours and work out which colours will create stand out in your wardrobe. If it’s mainly dark clothes in the closet, go for classic metallics or neutral shades like pastels. However, if you’re a lover of colour, go wild and select bold, stand out shades.
From Satin to Gloss, Metallic to Chalky, the Rust-Oleum paint range comes in brush or spray applications and boasts an extensive colour palette meaning you can easily find your preferred colour.
Before you start make sure you have selected a number of key groups to organisae you clothes in (e.g. tops, trousers, coats and shirts) Then, pick a different colour for each group so instead of rummaging around, you’ll know in an instant where your favourite top is.
For children’s bedrooms stick to wooden hangers in vibrant shades; they’re less likely to snap if they get trampled on. Then, in the same way you would organise your wardrobe, select the main clothing groups and get the kiddies to pick their favourite colour for each group.
Getting them firmly on the organisation track young can only be a good thing and if they aren’t as enthused as you’d hoped, at least you’ve injected some colour into their rooms.
For this project we used Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch in Dark Grey, Real Orange, Cherry Red and Deep Blue.