Closet systems can be incredibly valuable when they’re designed with the right functions in mind, but installing the wrong types of storage options can make a disorganized space even worse. If you’ve been thinking about investing in a closet system or installing closet systems in your client’s home, it’s essential to know exactly what type of organization you need.
There is no simple “one size fits all” solution when it comes to closet systems. A closet design that works great for one person might not work well at all for someone else. That’s why our team here at Residential Building Specialties, Inc. wanted to share some key things you should do before installing a closet system.
- Measure the available space. Before you can choose materials and organization supplies for closet systems, you’ll need to accurately measure the dimensions of the space. If there are any unusual nooks or crannies in your closet, keep them in mind and think about how to maximize these odd areas.
- Know what will be stored in the closet. If you’re designing a closet in a bedroom, you’ll likely need space for clothes, shoes, accessories, and seasonal items. However, a closet in a bathroom will need to store bath and hand towels, toilet paper, toiletries, and other household essentials.
- Consider a flexible or adjustable closet system. If your wardrobe is constantly changing, or if you just want the flexibility to update your space as needed, an adjustable closet system is the perfect choice. This type of system allows you to add or remove shelves, hanging rods, drawers, and other features as needed.
To create closet systems that perfectly fit your needs, simply give us a call for more information.