The Perfect Raleigh Closet Organizers from California Closets

In over 13 years of service to the residents of the Raleigh area, California Closets has learned one thing: Raleigh residents will settle for nothing less than the best when it comes to their homes. When it comes to tackling home storage and organization challenges, Raleigh prefers California Closets because we are the best. Our high-quality products, innovative techniques and dedication to our clients’ vision create products that are unrivaled in our industry and our highly dedicated and experienced staff provides superior service to our clients. Our experienced design staff is uniquely familiar with the closet organizer needs facing Raleigh residents and the science of closet design and organization.

The Science of Closet Organizers

When it comes to choosing closet organizers to efficiently sort and fit all the clothes in your closet, closet design can be more of a science than you might think. The closet designers at California Closets Raleigh have a few tips for you when picking out storage organizers. Exact measurements are extremely important if you would like to maximize your space and take care of your belonging. Will your closet measure up?

Shelf Width and Depth
Closet organizers don’t just store your clothes. They need to conform to and make use of every inch of space in your closet. To minimize unused space, each shelf in your closet organizers should be 12 inches wide and 14 inches deep. This is the width and depth of a folded sweater. Longer shelves should be in multiples of 12: a 36 inch shelf would hold three stacks of sweaters, for example.

Shelf Height
The shelves of closet organizers should be no more than eight to ten inches tall. This may not seem like much, but any more would encourage high stacking, which in turn leads to piles of sweaters of t-shirts falling on you as you try to pull one out of the middle of the pile. Eight to ten inches should fit about 3 sweaters in a pile in your closet organizers.

Eye Level Height
Make sure that your closet organizers have compartments separated into eye level, ground level, and tall levels. This can allow you to put your most frequently used items at eye level in your closet organizers. Less frequently used items and seasonal items can be placed in the lower or higher spots.

Hanger Depth
If your closet organizers will allow it, shoot for a minimum of 24 inches (two feet) of depth for hanging items. This will prevent suit jackets, dresses and pants from hitting the back wall. Prolonged rubbing against the wall could damage your clothing.

Expert Closet Organizers at California Closets

Allow the closet organizers and designers at California Closets Raleigh to incorporate the above concepts and more into a customized closet solution for your home. Schedule a free in-home design consultation online or come in and visit our showroom in Raleigh to learn more about how California Closets can transform your bedroom closet, garage storage system, home office and more.