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Utilizing your walk-in space
most moderately-built homes have small walk-in closets – just enough room for 1-2 people to walk in and hang clothes and shelve shoes.
- There is just not enough room to organize everything from shirts, pants, wardropes, shoes and other clothing items. And if your bedroom lacks a huge dresser, your closet become the storage area for underwear, t-shirts, blouses and socks/hosieries.
- That is why you need a closet system to keep your closet better organized and fuctional. With these systems, you can store all of your clothing items and replace clothing dressers with other furniture that you may want.
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Knows the components needed to organize your closet:
you can custom make your closet organization or purchased a complete closet system or individual components depend on the size and needs for your closet space.
- The components you will want to consider:
No question the most important piece of your closet organization. Rods as you know is where you can hang clothes, shirts, blouses, suits, dresses and other clothing items.
- Depending on the height of your closet are, you might be able to install a two-tiered rod hanging system – with rods evenly spaced to give you two levels of clothes hanging.
- This two-tiered hanging is the one way to give you more closet space. Most orginally built closets only provide one row of hand rods – certainly not enough room considering the size of wardrobe for 1-2 family members. With the two-tier system, you double the capacity.
- The only downside is allowing for plenty of space between each rod. That means you top rod may be too high to easily access. One of the accessories you might need is a stepping stool or other device to easily retrieve a hanging item from the top rod.
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Shelving is very important organization component for closets. There is high shelving and tiered shelving that you should consider – again this all depends on the closet space area you are working with.
- High shelving – generally positioned above the hanging rod or other high area – is perfect for those not-so-often-used items that can be stored high. You can purchase rod shelving brackets for both shelving and rod handing storage.
- Tiered shelving has individual shelves positioned one above each other from the floor to the ceiling. The height between each shelf is up to you depending on your needs. These shelves can be used to folded clothes of varying types, bed linens, blankets, and and other closet needs. Note the tired shelving in the above image for illustration.
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Again depending on your closet space area, adding closet drawers will allow you to organize and store all underwear clothing and socks/hossiey. These closet drawers can function similar to a dresser – meaning you can replace your current dresser with perhaps a media console or something else for your bedroom space. Or perhaps these closet drawers gives you more space that may be needed.
- Clothing drawers generally go up in height to about your waist-chest level – for easy access and assortment. The space above the drawers can be used for shelving as illustrated in the above image.
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So where do you place your shoes. That is where shoe shelving comes in play. Let’s jump back to our shelving discussion above. You have shelving that goes from the floor to the ceiling. So the space between the floor and the first shelf should be high enough where you can place a shoe shelf.
- Or better yet, add custom shelving in this area for shoes. Plan a shelf height of approximately 7-8 inches for each shoe shelf. So if you have 3 levels of shelves, that is a total of approximately 26-28 inches you need for this area.
- Other options include dedicated shoe shelf or shoe cubby – depending on the number of shoes you have. You can also find shoe tote bag that hangs or a seperate shoe organizer you can buy via retail. You just need to plan according where shoes can be stored and organized for easy retrieval.
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Accessories include items such as:
- — tie, scarf and belt racks or hooks
- — laundry hampers
- — rack and hooks
- — drawer organizers
- — mirrors for dressing
- — lighting
- — other closet organization
- Some of these accessories can be easily installed without taking up space. For example, the mirror could be attached to the front- or backside of a door; hooks can be mounted to the side board that supports the shelving; lighting can be wireless LED components that can be control via wifi.
- Shop around for the accessories that work for you.
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Other closet stuff includes the following
- All of these extras depend of the size of your closet. You don’t want to have too much that makes your closet overwhelming. Just enough rods – shelving – drawers – and other ancillary items that help you manage closet needs.
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You can purchased the individual components above seperately or with good measurements, you can buy a complete closet system to install your current closet space. These systems range in price.
- Just make note that inexpensive systems generally use less that best materials, which could be an issue if you have a lot of weight pulling down on rods, hooks or drawer systems. So please check the quality to ensure the strength is secure.
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so there it is – everything you need to build and/or install a closet system that will give you space, organization and management that can turn a plain closet into something that functions.
- We illustrated a sample system above with shelving, hanging rods, drawers and other accessories. Below is another illustration of a similar sized closet with all of the wardrobe items. Note how closet system can help organize and manage your wardrobe and clothing items.
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