Are you a stereotypical closet avoider? No matter how clean people are, the closet is often a topic of conversation that’s avoided. Luckily, the correct advice from the design experts may be just what you need to finally get your closet under control. The California Closets Central Massachusetts team put together five ways to organize your closet better for homeowners living in Shrewsbury, Holden, Westborough, Southborough, Worchester, Leicester, Boylston, and Northborough.
- Get Rid of Unnecessary Items
Spring-cleaning shouldn’t just be reserved for springtime. Regularly go through your closet each season, and get rid of any clothing or accessories you don’t wear anymore. Give to friends, donate or sell so that they will be used elsewhere. This instantly frees up closet space and clears the clutter to see what you really have to work with.
- Come up with a Closet System
The foundation of the closet is found in the closet system. It helps you decide what accessories, racks, design and more will best organize your items for any room in your home.
- Add in the Accessories
One of the best ways to organize your items efficiently is with smart closet accessories. This includes: shoe storage, drawer and shelf dividers, jewelry drawer dividers, hanging racks and accessories, pullout baskets and hampers, and more. This will ensure you’re making the best use of your space while finding a home for all of your items.
- Consider a Slat Wall System
Oftentimes when people utilize their closets, they limit themselves to directly what’s in front of them. Take advantage of every square inch of your closet by installing a custom slat wall system. This is a great area to hang earrings, ties, scarves and more to keep everything organized.
- Contact the Pros
Organizing your closet is not exactly a fun and easy process if you don’t know what you’re doing. Make it easy on yourself by contacting the professionals. By contacting the California Closets team, you’ll receive a complimentary in-home expert design consultation to discuss your unique budget and goals. Featured on Houzz, California Closets has been transforming homes all over the country for nearly four decades.