Some folks are born organizers. Others… not so much. For people in the latter category — i.e., self-professed lazy girls who would *much* rather DIY something creative than organize their clothes by color, cut and category — there’s a solution out there with a certain… magnetism. And it’s so simple, it’s a wonder no one thought of it earlier.
Especially great for people with lots of stacks of clothes, the ThreadStax system ($30 for a starter set of seven) looks pretty hardcore at first glance but is actually super easy to use. Employing a stackable series of plastic dividers hinged together by small magnets, it’s kind of like an old CD changer in the way it cascades like the pages of a magazine. It’s customizable, too, and its modular design makes it perfect for tiny spaces like itty bitty closets and wardrobe chests.
Thanks to its successful Kickstarter campaign, gone are the days of tees and jeans piled high to the ceiling; now they can stay neatly arranged without toppling over every time you pull something out from the bottom of the tower. All it takes is a bit of work to fill it up each time you’ve got a fresh load of laundry to put away. In the end, though, it’s a small price to pay for a closet even Cher Horowitz would be jealous of.
And that small price? You can pre-order ThreadStax starting at $60 (7 folders + binder) and up with an estimated delivery of May 2016.
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