Ask a Pro: Find Your Sanity In a Reach-In ClosetAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Shouldn’t your home be a place of balance and sanity? There are many custom closets solutions for your home to help turn a cluttered space into an organized haven. Your home is where you begin each new day and where you find peace at night. Well-designed and intelligent custom closets can help turn any room into a perfect home base. A California Closets design consultant will offer a wide range of custom closet storage solutions that can help you get the most out of your space – and still have space to spare!
The best place to start your dream closet system is by determining which custom closets best suit your needs. The “Reach-In” closet is common in older construction and newer homes’ guest bedrooms. These closets are often designed with a single rod for hanging clothes and jackets. A mindful consultant can utilize multiple levels of storage and incorporate shelves and drawers to help turn limited space into an ample closet for two.
With a small wall closet, you must maximize every inch of space from top to bottom and right to left. California Closets can incorporate hanging space, shelving for folded items and shoes, as well as drawer space to accommodate all of your personal storage needs. The final product will be so beautiful that you may want to remove your closet doors – if you have superpowers that will keep it neat and tidy at all times.
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