If you’re lucky enough to have a hall closet in your home, it’s best to take full advantage of it. Yet many people often stuff sheets and towels in them, so it’s hard to use. Here’s how to organize your hall closet and make the best use out of your extra space.
Create Custom Shelving and Cabinetry
To get a purposeful space, it’s important to have plenty of storage. Cabinets and shelves store laundry detergents, cleaning supplies and towels, among other miscellaneous household items. Doors and drawers provide concealed storage for an orderly look. With plenty of sleek cabinet space, a hall closet can become both sleek and efficient.
Create a Custom Reach-In Closet
If the closet is a bit too small to be a full walk-in closet, a reach-in closet is the perfect solution. A reach-in closet requires a combination of high function and bedroom design aesthetic. Drawers, shelves, inserts, differing heights of hanging rods, and other options give clothing, shoes, and accessories a home that is organized and easily accessible.
Elevate Your Laundry Room
If the hall closet happens to be adjacent laundry room, you can provide plenty of storage for other household items, not to mention, elevate it to make it sleek, modern and creative. To truly organize everything for laundry day, it’s vital to add in specialized organizational accessories. These include:
- Baskets and bins to make sorting laundry easy.
- Pullout racks for linens and vertical shelf dividers for mops, brooms, and cleaning supplies to organize often-used items.
- A pullout ironing board that swivels and folds out into the space and tucks away out of sight when not in use.
A designated desk or workspace can aid in conducting projects for the home, as well.