Archive for the ‘Custom Closets’ Category

Reach In Closet Designs

By csc-admin - March 21st, 2012

Utilizing existing space in a reach in closet is the best solution. Creating a functional and stylish space is the key.Closet Designs - Closet Storage System

Adding a closet storage system, you will gain new space:

  • Drawers
  • Double hanging area
  • Tie-rack and shoe racks
  • Adjustable shelving

All can create a neat accessible closet bringing a whole new look to any room.

You deserve to have a well designed closet tailored to your personality. By organizing your closet, you organize your life saving you time and energy.

Our closet designers can help you transform your existing closet design into an organized solution. Our closet systems are designed to fit the way you live.

Contact us for a No Obligation in Home Custom Closet Design Consultation or call us at 1-888-THE-CLOSET (1-888-843-2567)

 

Walk-In Closet Organizers

By csc-admin - March 21st, 2012

The ultimate walk-in closet begins with a custom closet design to make the most of space.

  • Use long, medium and double hang areas to maximize closet space.
  • Use adjustable closet shelving to easily adapt to your new,
  • Add a Valet Rod to your closet to get your clothes ready for the next day
  • Add a tilt-out hamper
  • Add Shoe Racks to keep them organized

 

Walk-in Closet Organizers - Maximize Closet Space Tilt-out Hamper Walk-in Closet OrganizerShoe Rack Walk-in Closet Organizer   Valet Rod Walk-in Closet Organizer

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Closet & Storage Concepts for a No Obligation in Home Custom Closet Design Consultation.

  • Our designer will come to your home and measure the closet or area in need of organization
  • Show you photographs of available products
  • Perform a wardrobe analysis
  • Create a plan for a custom closet or storage system that will best serve you

Call us at 1-888-THE-CLOSET (1-888-843-2567)

 

Small Closet Storage Solutions

By csc-admin - March 16th, 2012

If you have a closet that you just cannot seem to put everything in, here are some suggestions for organizing smartly.

  1. Closet Storage Get rid of clutter. Do not waste precious small closet space on clutter. Eliminate any clothing or accessories that you no longer want or use. If you find items you want to keep for sentimental reason, you need to find another location to store them.
  2. Eliminate Wasted Shelf Space. Many closet shelves are far apart, deep, or non-existent. One large shelf does not allow you to separate items in your closet. Using shelf dividers help to keep your space organized.
  3. Double Hanging Rods. By hanging clothes like shirts, folded pants, blouses and jackets on two rows – one on top of the other – allows you to actually hang twice the amount of clothing in the area
  4. Add Drawers. Add drawers towards the bottom of the closet or a small dresser for sweaters, socks, scarves, etc.
  5. Add Organizational Accessories. Adding baskets, shoes racks, and belt and tie racks will help insure you have a place for everything.
  6. Space Saving Hangers. Flat style ‘friction’ hangers with non-slip rubber padding insure your garments stay in place and hold more in less space.

Custom closets do not require any extensive remodeling. Our closet experts can maximize your storage by utilizing even the smallest of spaces.  Contact us for a Free In-Home Closet Storage Consultation or Call 1-888-843-2567 (THE-CLOSET).

  • Our closet designer will come to your home and measure the area in need of organization
  • Show you photographs of available products
  • Perform a wardrobe analysis
  • Create a plan for a closet storage solution that will best serve you

 

Closet Organizing for Spring

By csc-admin - February 21st, 2012

Now that we are nearing the end of February, spring is right around the corner. Blooming flowers, longer days, green grass, and warmer temperatures are near! This means it is time to get our closets ready for spring.

Closeting Organizing SystemsMaking a choice to get your closet organized is a step in the right direction. That article of clothing you have not worn over a year, contemplate giving it to a worthy cause. If you have worn out boots and shoes that you just will never put on again, get rid of them. If it does not fit then get it out of your closet. Do you have items that need mending or need alterations? Now is the time to get it done before replacing those items in the closet. Remove items simply stuck inside your closet, giving them a more appropriate area.

Make a list of the items you want within your custom closet design.  Do you love shoes? Then you definitely need a good deal of storage area for each pair. Maybe you need shelving for your knitted garments or perhaps your most loved publications you keep inside the closet.

The trick is to take anything you do not really need out of your closet and set the remainder of the objects up in an organized fashion that can be useful for you.

All people have various strategies to coordinating. Let Closet & Storage Concepts create a closet organizing system distinctive to you personally. We offer an in-home, no obligation closet design consultation at no charge. During this visit to your home, our designer will measure the closet in need of organization, show you photographs of products, and perform a wardrobe analysis. Using all of this information, the designer will create a plan for a closet system that best serves your needs and budget.

Schedule a free in home Closet Organization Consultation, or call 1-888-THE-CLOSET (1-888-843-2567).

 

Custom Closets: Organizing in Limited Space

By csc-admin - January 19th, 2012

One of the constant battles fought by families in apartments is space management. Custom closets can be a perfect addition if you are looking to restore organization and eliminate clutter. Custom closets offer advantages that can provide the best option for many apartments. In addition, they are attractive and provide a great value.

The following spotlights advantages of a custom closet for your apartment:Custom Closet Design for Limited Space

  • Custom closets provide effective space management and a practical option by combining quality, functionality and durability. Designed to the requirements of the space, custom closets are important to the family.
  • Custom closets can involve adding a new closet to a desired area of the apartment or by adding new organizers that help to create more space.
  • Custom closets can increase the visual properties of a given space with attractive designs and finishes emulating the existing theme or decorative interior.
  • Custom closets do not require any extensive remodeling. With the help of skilled professionals, they are conveniently integrated.
  • There are different types of closet designs based on the available area in the apartment. Including reach in closets, walk in closets, dressing rooms, pantries, laundry rooms and library closets.
  • A custom closet expert uses his expertise to deliver maximum space utilizing even the smallest and limited space available.
  • Based upon storage requirements, custom closets can implement drawers, hooks, rods and shoetrees. For example, a custom closet for the kitchen (kitchen pantry) can help keep counter tops clear, and by adding shelves, canned and boxed products can be stored.

Closet & Storage Concepts’ experts are trained professionals who understand how to beautify a home and help you get organized.

Contact us for a Free In-Home Custom Closet Design Consultation or Call 1-888-843-2567 (THE-CLOSET).

The Importance of Custom Closets for Homeowners

By csc-admin - January 18th, 2012

Custom closets can provide benefits to you as a homeowner.

Here are a few ways adding a custom closet to your home can be a valuable investment:
Custom Closet Design Accessories

  • Space Management – By providing efficient space management, custom closet designs can utilize existing space in your home. By creating a custom closet design in accordance to existing requirements of your home, you can accomplish space management.
  • Creating More Space – Adding a new closet in an unused area of the home will create extra space. Whether a bedroom, bathroom or even in the kitchen, you can benefit from custom storage space that a custom closet can provide.
  • Increase the beauty of your home - Installing custom closets can complement your home’s interior by matching colors, styles and themes to accompany the existing design of your home.
  • Get Organized - A custom closet design professional can introduce you to products that can help you get organized and will show you organizational accessories for your closets. Getting organized is more efficient when you customize it to your design and requirements. Allowing you to position your things and improving the whole look of your home.

 

Contact Closet & Storage Concepts for a No Obligation in Home Custom Closet Design Consultation.

  • Our designer will come to your home and measure the closet or area in need of organization
  • Show you photographs of available products
  • Perform a wardrobe analysis
  • Create a plan for a custom closet or storage system that will best serve you

 

Call 1-888-THE-CLOSET or complete our on line form for a free custom closet Consultation.

Closet Organizers: The Basics

By csc-admin - December 19th, 2011

Closet Design Accessories: Shoe Rack
One of the most frustrating things is to wake up in the morning and try to decide what to wear. This is compounded when your closet is a mess. Why not make this your time for closet organizing.

  • Section off your closet so that you have ‘like’ items hung together. That way you will always know where to find that specific article of clothing.
  • Divide items within each section by color or purpose.
  • Organizational accessories insure you have a place for everything. If you know where an item goes, it is easy to put it away!
  • Store your shoes where you hang your clothes and keep them organized on shelving. Keep them neatly sorted by color and style.

Closet & Storage Concepts has been creating closet organization systems since 1987.  Our closet designers can help your closet organizing.

Call our office for a free  in-home, no obligation closet design consultation. Our closet designer will measure the closet, show you photographs of our closet organization products, and perform an analysis. Using this information, the closet designer will create a plan for a closet or storage system which best serves both your needs and your budget.  Call us at 1-888-THE-CLOSET or complete our closet design consultation request form on our website.

When a customer calls our office, we offer an in-home, no obligation design consultation at no charge. During this visit in the customer’s home, our designer will measure the closet or area in need of organization, show the customer photographs of products, and perform a wardrobe analysis. Using all of this information, the designer will create a plan for a closet or storage system which best serves the customer’s needs and budget.When a customer calls our office, we offer an in-home, no obligation design consultation at no charge. During this visit in the customer’s home, our designer will measure the closet or area in need of organization, show the customer photographs of products, and perform a wardrobe analysis. Using all of this information, the designer will create a plan for a closet or storage system which best serves the customer’s needs and budget.

Closet Organization Systems for 2012

By csc-admin - December 19th, 2011

Closet & Storage Concepts Closet DesignersAs the New Year approaches, it is time to reassess your clothing storage and closet organization.

If you are a busy professional with suits or dresses, you should provide for ample hanging space. This will help to let your clothes breathe and keep them continuing to look good.

If you have mostly informal clothes, which can be easily folded, you may want to think about installing Closet Organizers: Closet & Storage Conceptsshelves or drawers to put away these items.

Another consideration would be if you are sharing a closet with someone else. If this is the case, you may want to put in dividers to separate the space.

Closet organization does not need to be difficult! We are here to help with our closet organization systems. Contact Closet & Storage Concepts for a Free in-home closet design consultation. Our closet designer will measure the closet or area in need of organization, show you photographs of our closet organization systems, and perform a wardrobe analysis. Using this information, the closet designer will create a plan for a closet or storage system which best serves your needs and budget.

 

Closet Design Must Haves

By csc-admin - December 19th, 2011

Lined Closet Drawers

  • Built-in laundry hamper to keep dirty clothing off the floor and out of the way.
  • Pullout racks to help optimize closet space as much as possible.
  • Double Hang areas to maximize closet space.
  • Lined drawers that can store wallets, watches, keys, an iPod or other valuables.
  • Cubbies that allow for neatly folded items.
  • A slat wall with closet organizer racks.

View our gallery of closet organization systems then contact us for a Free in Home closet design consultation.

Getting Organized: Top New Year’s Resolution for 2012

By csc-admin - December 19th, 2011

Closet Designs Organization SystemsThere is nothing worse than having a messy cluttered house to make you feel cluttered too. So if you are hoping to check de-cluttering off your to do list, begin with closet organization systems.

There are several predicted closet designs trending for 2012.

Walk in Closet. Change that vacant room into the closet of your dreams. Add a seating area and create a relaxing atmosphere with energy efficient ceiling lighting.

Textures. Add accents to your closet designs with textures, patterns and even leather to create warmth.

Hardware. Steel and brushed chrome hardware are predicted to be the most popular because they are so versatile.

Begin your plan for a custom closet design by contacting Closet & Storage Concepts to schedule your Free in Home Closet Design Consultation, or call 1-888-THE-CLOSET (1-888-843-2567)

 

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