Published at Wednesday, May 09th 2018. In Closet Storage. By Lily Moore.
If it appears that the closet space that you have is completely inadequate firstly consider whether there is space available anywhere else within your home before making expensive changes. If this is not feasible consider what changes are required to make your closet storage workable.
Closet storage is not something that many of us consider when purchasing our homes; however, having adequate closet storage can make the difference between a cluttered and untidy bedroom and a clean, calm environment. Organising your closet can even affect the way that you look as you are able to more clearly and easily locate and select appropriate outfits.
Another cheap way to arrange closet storage is to examine the actual stuff that is stored in the closet. Homogenization is the key. That means the stuff should be the same and accessed at the same rate. A daily used hat or brief case should not be stored with a tennis racquet that is never used (even if bought with the best intentions) or Hallow'een decorations that are pulled out once per year. If you need to store items you don't use then store then in some obscure corner of your basement. For items used once or twice per year, store them in a closet with other items used with the same frequency.
Closets come in one of several forms. Stand alone closets are useful in that they can be moved from room to room and be taken with you when you move. However, they are often fairly small and it may be difficult to reorganise the storage space within them. Built in closets are usually larger and are often more adaptable. Frequently it is possible to find a way to reorganize or rearrange the interior so that space can be more efficiently used. Walk in closets are generally the most flexible kind of closet storage and can be completely reconfigured if required, although this might take a skilled craftsman and some considerable expense in some instances.
Closet storage systems help you to get rid of untidy closet pile up, save you precious time, and even add a touch of style to a mundane wardrobe. Do you find yourself using the floor of your closet as a final storage spot for seldom used items? Are you constantly digging through drawers and boxes of crumple clothing? Do your clothes hang in a compressed row, simple an accordion of future ironing tasks?
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