Getting organized can be overwhelming. Especially when that involves an entire family and all of their belongings. Where and how do you store all of the everyday items like clothing, sports gear, toys, backpacks and more? And how do you even get started? The answer is simple. You have to start with a direction in mind, which means you need a clear set of defined goals. Which areas of your home are the most troublesome? Which have the most need for organization and which will have the most impact on your daily life, once they are more functional? Giving this topic proper thought will allow you to prioritize and make a plan of action. Here is just one of the latest success stories from one of our clients who did just that.
Closets provide convenient storage areas, but they can also become cluttered all too easily. While you can try to tackle these areas on your own and make them more organized, you might not be doing this as efficiently as possible. In fact, you could be creating more work for yourself in the near future. Before you begin, be sure to have a clear vision and plan in place and have an understanding of how you would like your closet to flow and function. Preparing for this project is just as important is the goal. Ask yourself what you are hoping to accomplish and make sure that your strategy for organization helps you achieve the desired outcome.
Maximizing the available space and finding the most efficient way to store and organize everyday items is important to the modern homeowner. Many consider home renovations simply to add additional space and increase their storage. However, before beginning a construction project, consider more cost effective options for saving space and revitalizing living areas. Custom closets designed by experienced professionals could be the ideal alternative to an expensive home remodel.
The first hints of fall are in the air bringing thoughts of warm sweaters, hot apple cider, and evenings spent by the fireside. There’s a lot to do to prepare for fall. Kids are going back to school and it’s time to roll out a professional and casual wardrobe for yourself that’s suited for layering and warmth. This means it’s time to whip your closets into shape for a new season.
Whether you’ve been considering a custom closet for years or you’ve just started doing some research, you’re bound to have some questions about how the process works in order to achieve your goals and get the best possible solution for your needs. We asked our experienced Designers the questions they are asked most frequently and have shared the answers to them below. After having built and installed custom closets for over 30 years, we have gained valuable insights and hope to pass that knowledge along to you so you can feel more comfortable moving forward with your project. Here are the top questions customers ask about custom closets.
Lisa and her husband Richard were building their dream home and knew they would need something more substantial than the standard and basic wire closet systems they had in their previous house. Wanting to stay fiscally responsible, they did not think they could entertain the possibility that even one custom closet, let alone multiple closets in various rooms, could fit into their budget and have all the features the entire family needed. That is until they met Jill from The Closet Works, who started the process of turning their vision into a reality.