Most women (and some men) dream about having their very own walk-in closet. With so many clothes, shoes and accessories to store, a walk-in closet would offer a lot of space to house all of these.
Unfortunately, not all walk-in closets are organization-friendly. With much space, comes a huge responsibility. If you just haphazardly put your things inside, you would end up with a much larger cluttered space and you don’t want this to happen. In order for a walk-in closet to work at your advantage, proper organization measures must be taken. Also, investing in functional ready-to-assemble units is a must.
Here’s some tips on how you can arrange your walk-in closet without spending thousands of dollars and be the envy of all your organizationally-challenged friends:
1) Your closet is mainly for your clothes so make sure you have lots of hanging bars installed. This way, you’ll have ample space for your shirts, skirts, dresses and coats. Don’t forget to get a sliding trouser racks to keep your pants neat and wrinkle-free. A motorized revolving rack for your ties could save you a lot of space and effort especially when looking for the perfect tie of the day.
2) For belts and socks, add inserts inside pullout drawers to keep them in place.
3) Install angled shelves with bars to store and display your gorgeous footwear collection.
4) Have a laundry hamper cleverly installed inside one of the cabinets. You don’t want your dirty clothes anywhere in the closet but inside that bin.
5) Don’t forget to add over-the-door storage units to add more storage space to your walk-in closet.