closets

How to Create Storage with Stairs & Angles

If you've ever struggled with odd spaces, angled ceilings or the feeling that you're running out of room for any more storage, we feel your pain.

That's why we want to share three examples of how you can design custom storage even in unique or troublesome spaces - like attics and stairways.

How to Create a Walk-In Closet that Feels Like a Boutique

More and more, our clients want their custom closets to be more than just storage. They want gorgeous closets, comfy boudoirs, and closets that look like their own private boutiques.

Kate Cullen, design consultant from California Closets Twin Cities, created another stunning example of a boutique walk-in closet that demonstrates how to combine smart organization, functional storage and stylish design.

How to Create Perfect Storage When You Don't Have Closets

What do you do when you don't have enough - or any - closets?

Check out this before and after transformation from our California Closets Toronto team to see how a custom wall unit design can create perfect storage!

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California Closets on HGTV.com

The HGTV.com feature on "closets for the whole family" included California Closets in three of their stories with a total of fifteen photos. These are some of our favorite inspiring images that really speak to how you can transform your home with gorgeous design and organization.

Check out the three articles and get inspired!

How to Declutter When You're Feeling Sentimental

Getting rid of stuff: It's not easy.

If you're sentimental about your belongings, you're not alone.

In a recent California Closets survey, 53% of women said they were sentimentalists. They have a hard time letting go of anything memorable, from concert tickets to kids’ art projects to favorite clothing items that don’t fit anymore.

Decluttering can definitely be emotional if you're sentimental, but sometimes you need to be practical. Here's how.

Home Improvement Tips: Create More Closet Storage

May is National Home Improvement Month, so it's the perfect time to plan upgrades for your house.

We've already talked about how pantry storage is a top priority, especially if you're looking for ways to increase the value of your home. But there is another feature that impresses househunters and it's no surprise: closets!

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How to Feng Shui Your Closet

We've talked about the benefits of feng shui organizing before - how the ancient practice can be used to create a happy, healthy, and harmonious home. Those same principles can be applied to your closets so you can feel serene and calm when you open your closet doors!

Design consultant Jessica Ballesteros give you the step-by-step plan to feng shui your closet for better health, creativity and prosperity. Try it out!

From Boring Bedroom to Beautiful Boudoir

Is your closet too small to share with your other half? Are your shoes all over the floor and there is just not enough room to get dressed in the morning?

Why not convert that unused bedroom you've been neglecting into a beautiful "boudoir"? Design consultant Sue Knox describes her recent work helping a client create a pretty, feminine space with a functional design. Is this your dream closet too?

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How to Stay Organized in 2012

With the new year, you've no doubt starting setting intentions or making resolutions for 2012.

Are you thinking about how to get more organized? Do you want to spend more time with family and friends and less time dealing with stressful clutter? Do you finally want that dream closet, organized perfectly to fit your needs?

We've pulled together the best of our 2011 organizing tips and advice to get you started with a fresh slate this year.

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3 Ideas for More Storage in Unusual Spaces

Stuck with weird angles and strange nooks and crannies in your home? Feel like you're wasting space?

If you're looking for more storage space in your home, and you've maxed out your closets, consider transforming those odd nooks and crannies into usable, organized storage areas with these tips from design consultant Simone Jackson.

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