August 11, 2016

Organizing Closet Spaces- Growing Trends


Closets Organizing

Organizing closet space is always an issue. Clothes on the floor, piles of stacked shoes, overburdened clothing rods — sound familiar? They’re all common closet afflictions, and they can quickly turn a closet into a disaster zone. You’re not alone; we all can relate. After all, it’s hard to find space for all of our goodies, and most of us are more than willing to sacrifice perfect order for just one more pair of killer boots.  More and more people are electing to increase there closet space by taking part or all of an adjacent room.
1. Dresser island/Peninsula– Always wanted an island dresser, consider the area first of all… do you have a fair amount of space on all four sides, 3 to 4 feet all the way around?  Don’t have the space? A peninsula dresser may be the next best thing, since you don’t have to have all four sides clear.
2. Pullout ironing board.  Having a pullout ironing board where you need it most, in your closet… what a great idea right?
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Almost 114,000 users think this idea is the way to go. (The handy hamper drawers are a bonus.)
3. Shoe Cubbies – According to Houzz magazine “shoe walls are off-the-charts popular” they go on to say… these designs have been added to almost 80,000 idea books.
The above photo shows Cubbies measuring 9½ inches wide and 8 inches tall — plenty of room for prized heels. (Houzz Photo)
4. Jewelry cabinet. This oversize cabinet from California Closets, a favorite for more than 69,000 Houzzers, is customizable down to the size, shelf liner and number of drawers. You can even add a keypad lock.
5. Man closets. One of the biggest Houzz dreams is having his-and-her closets. More than 67,000 of you love this room full of dark wood and plenty of shelf space for shoes, hats and shirts.
6. Purse hooks. About 56,000 Houzzers love these handy hook rails; they showcase pretty purchases and make swapping bags a breeze. These are customized — made to mimic the client’s shoulder, in fact — but you could do something similar with sturdy wall-mounted coatracks.