We’ve compiled a list of the most common styles of closets used today. Some are bigger, some are smaller, but any of these can be customized to increase the storage and organization of your bedroom through a little Perfect Fit expertise.
Reach-In Closets 101
These are standard in most older homes. Although the small space can seem confining, you don’t have to be stuck with the traditional one rod, one shelf set-up any longer. With a little ingenuity and a lot of creativity, you can make use of a lot of the unused space in there! For example, taking advantage of the depth of your closet by adding rods perpendicular to the back wall is one way that we can add usable room.
A great big space means more clothes and shoes! But if not properly set up, it also means a lot more room for clutter. Set yourself up for success by implementing a top-notch organization plan. Make use of the vertical space up and along the walls of your closet. Drawer and shelving systems will be your greatest allies. You could go to a store and buy a pre-designed system, but if you want maximum storage and efficiency, your best choice is a custom solution.
In your bedroom, do you have a tiny little closet in the corner but a great big wall that just sits there empty? Well then a wardrobe may be the solution for you! The only limit here is your imagination. The wardrobe itself not only offers functionality, but customized style. Because there are no doors to cover it up, you can have fun deciding on the design and finish of the standalone unit. Who knows, you may even want to leave your bedroom door open from now on when guests come over!
Eliminate the stress of aimlessly probing through your closet each morning. Discover its true potential with clutter-cancelling solutions! With a boost from shelving systems and pant hangers, to jewelry trays and hampers and more, you’ll be well on your way to setting up your closet exactly the way you need. Ready to make the change, give Perfect Fit Closets a call today!