But What Are Closet Organizers?
Closet organizers are a system of shelving units, drawers, storage racks, storage boxes, hanging racks, and hanging bars. These individual components are strategically designed in such manner that they complement each other well as a whole closet organizing unit. More so, this system makes it possible to optimize the usage of the entire closet space by ensuring that every inch of it are put into proper use.
There are many different types of closet organizers -- referred to by different names, such as bedroom closet organizers, kids closet organizers, kitchen closet organizers, or home office closet organizers. These names simply refer to the various places in the house in which these systems are to be used.
Freestanding or wall-hung are the two main options for professional closet organizers, and many people choose to combine the two. Wall-hung units do not have to be attached to studs, though with studs they can carry heavier loads, which is important when thinking about long-term use of closet organizers.
Freestanding closet organizers, or modular systems, give you the ability to mount units on walls or ceiling if possible. But they are also portable, in case you want to move the closet in the future.
Many California Closets systems are a hybrid of the two types of closet organizers, utilizing hanging rods and shelves that are connected to drawer units, which rest on the ground. Depending on your specific needs, we will design closet organizers to suit.
How Do I Know What Closet Organizers I Need?
Your personal taste, functionality – even the style of your home – all come into play when selecting closet organizers. Your California Closets Suffolk County Design Consultant can talk you through the choices and help you find the right closet organizers for your needs.
To us, there's no such thing as a typical customer -- each of you are unique, with different lifestyle, needs, and preference. That's why we emphasize customization. Our design consultants are skilled at listening to your story and will help you assess what's most important to you, and then use that knowledge to figure out how to create the best use of your space.