- 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.
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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)
Options for designing a closet today are as vast as choices for furnishing your entire home. In days gone by a closet was a pole, hooks and a shelf. Today’s closet designs come in an array of materials, colors and finishes. A closet’s custom mill work can be as sophisticated as high end kitchens and baths.
A professionally designed – measured to fit – custom closet will offer maximum storage capacity.
View some of our closet designs – then contact us for a Free in-home no obligation closet design consultation.
Our designers will:
- Measure your area in need of organization
- Perform a wardrobe analysis
- Create a plan for a closet or storage system that is best for your needs and budget
Closet design options include features like:
- Built-in drawers
- Shoe Racks
- Wall mounted ironing boards
- Valet Rods
- Pull-out baskets
- Jewelry Drawers
- Hosiery Drawers
- Belt & Tie Racks
- Wall safes
- Shelf dividers
- And much, much more
Do you feel you never have enough storage space in your home because of all of the ‘stuff’ you accumulate?
Storage space always seems to come at a premium. Closet and Storage Concepts can help you organize and utilize every available space in your home.
Here are some tips and motivating ideas:
- Organize and clean out those closets. Take an inventory of all items you need to store and decide where it will all go to Conquer your Closet Clutter.
- Closet lighting is imperative. You need to see what you have so items do not get lost. Painting the closet in a bright, bold color is a great way to brighten things up.
- A full-length mirror is a closet design must have. Perhaps by putting mirrors in front of doors.
- Closet designs with clothing islands, if you have the space.
This can take the place of a dresser and is a great place to ‘lay out’ your clothing.
- Closet seating. Either a built in bench or furniture, this gives you a place to sit to put on your shoes.
- Shoe organizers. Shoe shelves are a great way to see and help preserve your shoes.
Closet and Storage Concepts closet organization solutions designed to fit your way of life and match your needs. Our closet systems, built in our own factories, allow easy design of even difficult closet spaces.
There is no better time than now to schedule a Free in-home consultation to Conquer your Closet Clutter.
Closet & Storage Concepts has recently been featured on a segment of local talk show ‘Charlotte Today‘. The segment toured Closet and Storage Concepts’ Charlotte showroom and provided tips for getting organized in different areas of your home. They featured great solutions for kitchens, craft rooms, and garages.
The video is available for viewing at: WCNC Charlotte Today .
Every household needs efficient and functional closet systems. Closet systems bring enormous benefits wherever they are installed – bedrooms, pantry, laundry room, garage, home office.
It does not matter if your closet is a complete mess or you simply do not have enough room for all your belongings, closet organizers can help keep your belongings in order by giving them a ‘designated’ area. Conquer closet clutter and learn how to utilize a closet system to your benefit.
So do your Dog Days of Summer task and get your closets beautified. Spend less time looking and more time wearing.
Contact us for a Free In-Home Closet Design Consultation. Our designers will create a plan for a closet or storage system which best serves your needs and budget.
When you start looking at closet storage systems, you will be amazed at the choices. Whether you have a walk-in or reach-in closet or even a room you plan to turn into a closet there is something in every price range for every decor. If you look at custom designed closets like those offered by Closet & Storage Concepts you will see quality-crafted closets manufactured in local, company owned US factories.
- 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
- Using add-ons like shoe shelves, lingerie drawers, jewelry drawers, tie racks and belt racks will save even more space
- Adding a clothes hamper hidden behind drawers
- Utilizing pull out baskets to store folded shirts, sweatshirts and sweaters
Perhaps your closet solutions will include not only space to hang clothes but a place where you can store all your clothing. You can actually eliminate the need for bedroom furniture. Some like the idea of having all their clothing in walk in closet organizers. Eliminating the need for a bureau or chest of drawers frees up a lot of room in a bedroom for a cozy reading area.
Contact Closet & Storage Concepts to schedule a Free In-Home Closet Design Consultation. Closet organization solutions designed to fit the way you live.
Tackling our closets is a daily task for most of us. If your closet is full of items that you have no other space for this can become a routine you dread. Getting your closets organized is no doubt on your ‘to do’ list. So why not push it to the top of the list and make today the day?
Taking the time to customize your closets can give you a feeling of accomplishment. In addition, you will be able to start each day in a calmer frame of mind. Most of us have enough stress each day that finding two shoes that match so you can get to work on time is not needed.
Take a good look at your closet.
- How much of your closet is actually being taken up by your clothing?
- How much space is just wide open and not being used?
Most closets have a similar layout: one long clothes hanging rod and a shelf above it. If this is how your closet layout is, why not make some changes and start using that space?
Before you run out and purchase closet organization products or a kit, take the time to do some research; but don’t use this as an excuse to put off finding the right closet organization system. Find out all you can about various closet organization systems, manufactures, and the materials you can choose. Also, remember to find out about warranty information or the installation time expected.
Doing the research is going to ensure you have the best experience possible selecting a custom closet system that works best for you. After all, you finally got around to starting the process, don’t let it to be something you can’t finish or that looks worse than the closet you started out with.
Make sure you find out about the quality. Is it something that is going to hold up to the weight of the products you store? Are you going to have to replace the items in a year or two or will they last ten to twenty years? It is cost effective to spend more now than to have to invest your time and money doing a redo.
Contact Closet & Storage Concepts for a Free In-Home Closet Design Consultation. Our personnel are company employees, not sub-contractors, and all work is covered by a full lifetime warranty*.
*call 1-888-THE-CLOSET for more information.
Cluttered closets defeat the purpose of storage place.
To accomplish organization in your home, you should begin with your closet. You will no doubt want a total over haul to recover major space lost. One solution in conquering closet clutter is to organize things into categories. Begin by sorting items you use, items you can pass on to family or friends, items you can donate and items that just need to be gotten rid of.
The next step is to begin arranging in order. If you have top and bottom rods for hanging, use them efficiently. Try grouping folded clothes by type – sweaters, shirts, shorts etc. and put them in specific areas for easy access.
Closet and Storage Concepts can help you overcome disorganized closets and Conquer Closet Clutter®.
Contact Us to Schedule a FREE In-Home Closet – Storage – Design Consultation. Our closet systems are built in our own factories so even the most difficult of closet spaces can be easily designed
The value that custom closets can add to a home cannot be underestimated. For that reason you need to take care in selecting the right option. The right purchase can add value by adding both functionality and style to a room.
The best way to start is to have a trained professional closet designer help you decide the best options for your wardrobe. There are several aspects to take into consideration when selecting and designing a storage solution to fit your needs.
The first area for custom closet design will no doubt be the bedroom. Choose a closet system to match your needs and décor. Make sure that the model contains enough space.
There are of course other areas in the home to get organized. A home office storage solution can add to your working environment. Select from different finishes and types to add the most value to your workplace.
The first step is to contact Closet & Storage Concepts for an in-home, no obligation design consultation at no charge. During this visit, our designer will measure the closet or area in need of organization, show 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.
Once the design is approved, we will custom manufacture the system in our own factory. A company trained and employed installer will then deliver the system and custom install it in the location. Our personnel are company employees, not sub-contractors, and all work is covered by a full lifetime warranty.