Have you been thinking about getting organized lately in your home? A well defined custom built in closet system just might do the trick. This is not the closet systems of yesteryear that were all about the hooks, polls and the wire shelving. But rather, a custom built-in that is on par with quality and craftsmanship you would find in a designer kitchen or designer bathroom. Your walk-in closet can have features such as, lighted display cases, shoe racks that rival a department store, a valet for belts, ties, etc., and several other fun and inviting options, that you’re your clothes and accessories organized.
Is a built-in closet a good solution for your home?
If you are like most homeowners, you have more things in your closet than you would like, and find it challenging to organize clothes, shoes, bags and other items in one place. The great thing about having a built-in closet solution, everything has a place in the closet. You can have custom size shelves, drawers and cabinets that make things easy to access and easy to find at your finger tips.
How do I design my built-in closet?
The first thing that you must do when designing your built-in closet is to inventory the items that you want to keep. Get rid of things that you do not use any longer. This is a great time for cleaning out old things.
The next thing that you should do for your built-in closet design is to measure the area of the closet. Measure each wall, taking the length and the width measurements for all areas. Determine if you have a walk-in closet or a reach in closet. The walk-in closet allows you to walk around in the closet and has more space to handle more items. The reach-in closet allows for quicker access to items in the closet.
How Can I Develop a Super Easy Organized Closet?
The first step to getting an organized closet is to start by developing your closet organization roadmap. What is the first portion of this roadmap? Design and Style , of course…. Since your day starts with you going to the closet for getting dressed and your day ends with you putting away the clothes and shoes for the day.
Start your Closet organization roadmap with looking at your clothing that you wear frequently. Consider using double hanging rods to maximize the space in your closet, especially the things that you wear often.
Use shelves or drawers between or next to your double hanging area of the closet. This maximizes your access to areas, hanging and the folded items.
Use longer hanging areas along outer sides of the closet, in the corner areas; this will be perfect for dresses and suits.
Store shoe shelves in a central area that is closest to the door. This is essential, since shoes are the last thing that you put on in the morning and are the first things that you put away at the end of your day.
If you want to make a custom closet, you have to remember that each item must have a specific place and purpose within this newly designed custom closet.