Published at Wednesday, May 09th 2018. In Closet Storage. By Scarlett Johnson.
The hanger and single rod system has been the mainstay of closets everywhere for a long time. One of the major problems however, is that traditional hangers are designed for the hanging of shirts and jackets, and maybe the occasional pair of slacks, but little else. There is so much more to the average person's wardrobe. There are ties, belts, socks, jewelry, and even blankets and other household items that often find their way into our closets. Closet storage systems provide the solutions to ALL of your clothing storage needs, including specific product designs used to sort, display, and protect all of your additional clothing accessories.
Several different components can go into today's closet organization systems. A brief rundown of some of the most popular examples is provided below. Closet Shelves - Shelves are incredibly versatile, especially when they can be adjusted according to height and width. Everything from folded-up sweatshirts to baseball caps can be kept on the shelves in a closet. Cubbies - Everyone has little odds-and-ends that just don't seem to fit in anywhere. Cubby holes can be included in a closet organization system, providing a suitable place for anything that you'd like to keep close at hand.
At the end of the day, the right closet organization system can make a world of difference for anyone who'd like to keep their bedroom - and home - as neat as possible. Sit down and write down your most pressing organizational needs. Decide whether you'd like to splurge on a custom closet, or if a DIY system is right for you. In no time flat, you'll have the closet storage system that's right for you.
With a closet storage system you can turn a walk-in closet into a personal dressing room. Simply adding a mirror and sitting bench would make the transformation complete. Depending on the size of your closet it may be possible to install a vanity. This could make it the perfect room to get ready for the big date.
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.
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