Closet Design Ideas And Tips

March 6, 2017

More and more gets packed into our days lately – it really does feel like a 25 hour day. Modern technology has made it possible to have it all – from a stellar career plus a model family life, to a healthy, sporty lifestyle plus a raucous social circle. Being able to work and play on the move is one of the cornerstones of 21st Century living. However, to get the most out of this type of existence, it is vital that you are well prepared. If you are not exquisitely organized, you risk exhaustion and burnout. The key to seamlessly changing roles at a moment’s notice is to have a custom closet system.

Morning, Noon, and Night Organization

When you wake up in the morning, you need to have everything at your fingertips for a brisk start to the day. Closet systems that are clean and streamlined, hiding clutter and ensuring that every item has a place will reduce the time it takes to prepare for the day ahead. As dressing rooms are functional spaces, they often involve challenging space issues. For the ultimate flexibility, avoid prefabricated cabinets. Instead, invest in quality, custom cabinetry.

A tip you were probably taught while still in school is to set out your clothes for the next day before going to bed. A valet is a closet idea which works perfectly for this task.

One of the most popular closet organization ideas is a shoe tray to avoid a messy pile of footwear at the bottom of your closet. Going for a run? No problem – your sneakers are in their place. Hauling out your corporate wear? Heels are neatly arranged to keep their shape.

If the day seems uncharacteristically cold, pull-down rods make it easy to access the out of season clothing you may have stored at a higher level. By simply pulling on the reachable rod, the upper rail is lowered to a more comfortable level. This effectively doubles the amount of space in your closet.

Closet design ideas always include easily-accessible belt and tie racks as these slippery items can be hard to find.

As evening approaches, you can don your heirloom jewelry without worrying about any tangles and knots if you install custom-made jewelry trays

Schrapper’s Fine Cabinetry and Design, Inc.

Enjoy these closet design ideas and tips in your home. Please contact Schrapper’s Fine Cabinetry and Design, Inc. today to find out more about our selection of finishes, accessories, and hardware.

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