Tips to Organize Your Linen Closet

By CSC - March 18th, 2016

Linen Closet, Closet and Storage Concepts

Chances are it’s been a while since you reorganized your linen closet. And chances are it needs it. This often neglected storage space in your home is actually pretty important. At Closet and Storage Concepts we believe in organized living. Here are some tips on how to give your linen closet the attention it deserves.

Inventory

An important first step in reorganizing your linen closet is to pull everything out of it and assess what you have. It’s easy to keep shoving that next load of clean laundry in there and pushing things to the back. Now’s the time to decide whether you are really going to be using those super hero sheets any time soon. If not, it’s probably time to let them go. And that frayed towel you never use can join the reject pile as well. As a rule of thumb, try to get rid of anything you haven’t used in the last year.

Arrange

After you’ve thinned the herd, now would be a good time to think about where different types of items should go in your closet. We suggest that you put the most commonly used items at eye level on the middle shelves for easiest access. This will likely be your towels. Sheets and pillowcases can go on the next closest shelves, and seasonal items like heavy blankets are probably best stored out of the way on the top shelf.

Label

After you’ve rearranged, you should consider labeling your newly created bastion of linen organization. This way, neither you nor your other laundry helpers will undo all of your hard work. It will also be easier to find particular items when you need them. Your guests will appreciate this also. Consider getting some shelf dividers as well. These will help with your labeling system, and they also make it easier to stack folded items to keep items in their place.

Revisit

Once you have your system in place it should be fairly self-sustaining. Still, over the long haul it is possible that some disorder creeps back into your closet. Do a little bit of damage control every month or so to avoid any major setbacks. With a little bit of maintenance, you can keep your linens neat and your closet tidy.

Check back in with us for more storage and organization tips. And be sure to get in touch if you decide that a custom storage solution may be a good option for you. We’ll have a member of our design team come to you free of charge and plan a personalized storage system that meets your specific needs. If other closets in your home are in need of some attention, do not hesitate to call us or learn more about our closet systems. We work in all types of homes and spaces!

Photo Credit: DSAused under Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication (CC0 1.0).

How to Visually Declutter a Room

By csc-admin - March 1st, 2016

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Although we usually bring you tips to declutter your home and create more storage space, visual clutter can negatively impact your home, too. That’s why our team has compiled some of the best tips to help you visually declutter your space! Read on for more information.

Take One Item Out

One of the easiest ways to make a room appear less busy is to remove one item. Even if you’ve pared down, thinking if there’s one more item you can take away can give a lighter look. This can be as easy as simply finding a new place to keep the item or by putting it into the donation pile. Finding a new place for the item can help you save money on unwanted purchases all while giving your space a new look!

Upgrade Storage

If you do decide to keep the item in storage, make sure it’s properly stored. If you’re no longer able to store all of your items and it’s causing visual clutter, consider this a sign to upgrade. Go with a built-in storage solution. You’ll be able to solve your storage problems in a practical and stylish way. Call in your local organizing professional today! From custom closets, kitchen pantries, or murphy beds – our team is ready to assist you.

Group Items

Narrow down groupings either by completing the steps above or simply by grouping items closer together. By making it obvious that you are grouping like-items, you may find that vignettes look better to the eye. If you haven’t grouped your items, consider doing so to give a streamlined look. Keeping similar items next to each other will make things look less hectic in your space.

Groupings can be done in a variety of ways, but the most common are by type and by color. With types you’ll want to keep books with books, plants with plants, and so on.

Clean!

Clutter comes in all shapes and sizes and dust is one of those culprits. Give your home a good clean. You may find that this simple solution is all that you need to give your space a refresh. Don’t be afraid to get into the tough nooks and crannies. Give your carpets a good shake and vacuum. For more time consuming cleaning projects, clear away countertops of clutter both the visual and physical. This includes small kitchen appliances, mountains of miscellaneous items on your nightstand, and of course, the junk mail.

Consider Colors and Patterns

While adding in different elements and patterns can help to make a room more lived-in, there’s a fine line before you go overboard. If you feel suffocated by the amount of patterns and textures in a room, take it down a notch by removing one of the patterns or colors. When thinking about colors, keeping the color count to three can be a good way to bring things to more tolerable viewing levels. Same goes with patterns; start off small and add things back in if you feel like it’s needed.

Give our designers a call today to seamlessly blend your storage systems with your existing décor for a clutter free space both physically and visually!

Photo by Emily May of Go Haus Go, used under Creative Commons Attributions License (CC BY 2.0).

Easy Entryway Spruce Up Tips

By csc-admin - February 19th, 2016

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At Closet and Storage Concepts we love helping our customers create more space so they can enjoy their homes even more. If you’re tired of tripping over shoes, mail piling up on the table, or of dirty coats, we’re here to help. Use these tips to get an entryway that’s neat and tidy. The best part is that many of these tasks can be done easily!

Quick Wipe Down

In the last few weeks of winter, many see boot and shoe prints in their entryway from the extra dirt and mud caused by the rain and snow. Be sure to give your entryway a good wipe down. This will help protect your floors and get your mudroom or entryway back in tidy order. Your space will look larger from less mess and you may even jumpstart an organizing session.

In addition to your floors, don’t forget to clean the boot trays and liners and rugs. While you’re at it, taking a few minutes to clear away scuff marks along your baseboards or to quickly dust along the tops of your storage units, is a relatively easy task that can help you keep your entryway clean and organized.

Mail Time Purge

Complete a quick purge and get your entryway cleared for the coming weeks. Say goodbye to items that are taking over your entryway organizer – whether it’s old receipts, wrappers, or trash. By removing these items you’ll be on your way to a cleaner and more efficient space. To help you get in the habit of clearing items right away, consider putting the recycle bin or shredder in your entryway.

File or Store Away

Properly file or store items. File documents and statements away to your home office file cabinets. For immediate items that need to be dealt with, make sure you have a sorting system in place. You’ll be less likely to let things fall through the cracks.

Move and store out of season items. Some examples include the swim goggles and beach toys unless you’re in a warmer state. Put coats on their proper hangers and make sure everything is put back in place. Draft family members to help you – you’ll all be able to spend more time doing something you love by spending less time cleaning and organizing.

Make the Most of Your Storage Space

The entryway or mudroom is often a multipurpose room. Make sure it is able to produce the best results by evaluating your storage. If you’re running out of space for sports equipment or guests’ coats, it may be time to find a better solution. Consider built-in units that can help you store your kids’ school supplies, cleats, swim bag, your guests’ coats, and even laundry supplies. If your home doesn’t have the luxury of a mudroom, simple solutions that double your space can help. A small bench with shoe storage or even mounting a few more hooks for backpacks and coats can be easy alternatives. These solutions keep your entryway streamlined and help you stay organized.

Make It Pretty

If your entryway is already organized and clean, but is still looking a little bit worse for wear, consider aesthetic upgrades. A fresh coat of paint to refresh your entryway can give a little bit of extra life. Spruce up your storage units with a fresh coat of paint to cover up scuffs and scratches.

Simply adding new cushion covers to your bench or new hangers can give your mudroom some extra utility and beauty. If your entryway tends to look a little dark, adding in another light source or some bright flowers can help you stay positive in the last throws of winter.

Upgrade your entryway or utility room storage. Give your local Closet and Storage Concepts designer a call today. We’ll help you transform your space to make room for life!

Want to Be Healthier? Start With Your Home

By csc-admin - January 30th, 2016

Tips for a Healthier You and Happier Home

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If you’re looking to be healthier, one way to encourage change is by changing your environment. Start in your home. Here are some top tips from the team at Closet and Storage Concepts.

Pare Down

Take some time to declutter. Having an excess of belongings, especially unnecessary items, can be a both a visual and mental stressor. Pare down in key areas throughout your home to start implementing new habits for a healthier you. Think about it as creating a clean slate.

Start with a pantry purge. If you’re looking to lose weight and become more toned say goodbye to the junk food – stop temptation in the bud. While you’re at it, you can toss out your expired products. You’ll be one step closer to a healthier body and your kitchen pantry will be slimmer too.

Declutter throughout your home such as in the bathroom, in your wardrobe, or even your email! Taking the time to pare down can help relieve stress. With fewer items in your wardrobe it will be easier to make outfit decisions and cutting out the spam email means less time spent deleting them and more time with your kids.

Add Color

Give yourself added motivation each day with a jolt of color. Not only can a bright color impact our moods for the better, it can be a great way to revamp your home. It’s also an easy DIY weekend project. If you’re averse to incorporating color, try small batches of it such as with your office supplies. You can always push for more color later depending on your needs.

Add Plants

Much like adding color can boost our moods, adding a few plants can give some added energy. Plus, it’s a great natural way to help purify the air in your home. If you’re a bit scared that you’ll kill a plant, a cactus or succulent can be a great starter plant. Using hanging planters is a great way to try adding a plant without it taking up too much counter space.

Relaxation Destination

Sleep can be a big factor in reducing stress, lowering high blood pressure, and being more energized. Be sure to foster it in your home. Consider saying goodbye to the smartphone scrolling or browsing before bed and try reading a physical book or relaxing bath instead. Also ditch the caffeine at least 2 hours before bed. Be sure to use comforting linens and comforters to make staying asleep just as easy.

No matter what you’re looking to accomplish in the coming year, changing and improving your home can help you be happier and healthier. To stop the stress from your lack of storage, call your local Closet and Storage Concepts designer today. They’ll help you find a storage solution that works for your life.

Photo by Erika Wittlieb, under Public Domain (CC0 1.0).

Your Yearly Decluttering & Organizing Guide

By csc-admin - January 16th, 2016

Modern workspace with digital calendarAt Closet and Storage Concepts, we’re in the business of helping you create a more organized life. Here’s how you can plan out your year for a more organized home and life.

January

Ease into organizing by starting small. Start with your junk drawer or your nightstand. With your junk drawer, clear out bad pens, broken rubber bands, or even the dried out glue. When tackling your nightstand say goodbye to receipts you don’t need, replace light bulbs with energy efficient ones, and get a holder to store your rings and jewelry. Whatever small area you choose to work on, use this task to work your way up to bigger projects.

February

Use February to focus in on your office. Stay focused by vowing to keep your Internet browsing habits to a minimum and make sure your office fosters productivity. Give the file cabinet a look through and shred items you don’t need. Take some time to gather the needed paperwork for your taxes as you clear out. This way you can get everything in ahead of schedule for an easier April. If you’re feeling up to it, see if there are solutions you can employ to hide the cords whether if it’s with simple cable ties, a DIY project, or something more elaborate and custom-built.

March

Get on the spring cleaning bandwagon early. Do a de-cluttering and clean up in each room of your home. Be sure to schedule multiple days for this so you don’t wear yourself thin. Multiple cleaning sessions ensure that every nook and cranny of your home receives attention, as you won’t be rushing.

April

If you feel like it’s been a constant state of de-cluttering, planning, and cleaning, it’s time to take a break – you’ve earned it. Just be sure as the month continues that everything is getting tucked away into their proper places so it’s easy to continue organizing and decluttering in May.

May

New movie blockbusters are on the way! Get your DVD and music collection organized. Donate old DVDs and records to make room for new favorites. Alternatively, ditch the discs all together and go digital. Slim down your entertainment center and use the space for family albums or books.
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June

We’re halfway through the year! As things warm up, take this month to pay attention to your closet. Do a swap out by storing winter clothes in the spare closet or under your bed and bringing in the summer clothes. If you know you haven’t worn an item from two winters past, it’s time for it to be donated. If you’re frustrated by the lack of space in your closet, it may be time to bring in an expert. A custom unit may be your best solution to maximize your space and make getting organized easier in the rest of the year.

July

With the school year over (for most kids), focus on your car. Vacuum up the crumbs that have accumulated and make sure your car is ready for your next beach or road trip. Outfit your car with dividers in your console and be sure to keep a few reusable bags in there for grocery runs.

August

It’s time to prepare for back to school season, and that includes your home! Really hone in on the kid areas such as your child’s bedroom or playroom. Make sure their bedroom sets them up for success. Whether it’s cleaning out the closet for a new uniform (my, they’ve grown!) or upgrading with a new workstation, leave nothing to chance.

September

With the new school year underway, dive into your schedule. Make sure both your digital and paper calendars are all squared away. Already know about birthday parties and bake sales you’ll be attending? Jot them down. After you’ve nailed a schedule and gotten your family back into the swing of things, be sure to take some time for yourself. The holiday season will be here before you know it!

October

GarageIt wouldn’t be surprising to see Christmas decorations already hitting stores, but resist the urge to get buy every item. Rather, focus your energy on the garage. Put away the beach toys until next summer and get your tools in order. Stock up on storage bins for the holiday decorations if yours are looking a little worse for wear. It’s the perfect time before the cold weather hits.

November

As things cool down, do another closet swap out. Head to your local thrift or charity shop to donate your items – it’s a great time to give back to the community. Focus on your spare room to make room for guests this holiday season, or transform your guest room into gift-wrapping central in preparation for the holidays.

December

At the start of December, consider getting your pantry in order. This way you can prepare for the baking and cooking session that often accompanies the holidays. Toss out expired spices and indulge in a little pantry organization session to get it back in working order. An organized pantry will make your holiday baking session that much easier.

We’re looking to a great year at Closet and Storage Concepts and we hope these tips can help you stay organized in 2016. Be sure to check back in for more monthly tips. When you’re ready to upgrade the storage in your home be sure to call in your local experts. From garage storage units to home offices to custom closets to murphy beds – we do it all. We look forward to working with you!

Featured image: FirmBee, under Public Domain (CC0 1.0). 

Hello 2016: Resolving to Get Organized

By csc-admin - December 30th, 2015

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2016 is almost officially here. If you’re looking to get organized in the New Year, Closet and Storage Concepts is here to help you with these tips when making resolutions and more importantly, sticking to them.

Set SMART Goals

Setting the right goals is the first step to a more organized home and life. Use the SMART acronym to help you.

Specific: Make sure your goal is specific. A goal that is too broad such as “getting everything in my home organized” can set you up for failure. Instead, try “organize my desk drawers” – use specific, smaller goals to build up to your entire home.

Measurable: Your goal should be measurable – you want to know if you meet your goal. If you want to make sure you stick to a cleaning schedule, put a time slot on your calendar. If you check it off on those days, you know that you’re making progress to make staying organized a habit.

Assignable: Who will be completing the task? If you want to share the load of getting your home organized make sure all parties know what their task is.

Realistic: Setting goals that are challenging, but not too hard, is key. Consistently meeting realistic goals will help you maintain your sanity as well as encourage you to stay organized. For a daily organization goal, start small by removing empty pens and markers from your craft storage or cleaning your couch from crumbs and change.

Timely: Make sure your goal has a time limit. Saying you have all year to organize your bathroom can encourage procrastination. While it may take time to make a habit out of organizing, don’t give yourself eternity.

Treat Yourself

After you’ve set your resolutions, don’ forget to reward yourself. Try going on a spa day after a major closet overhaul or shed clean out. Even having a small piece of chocolate can help brighten your day after a pantry organization session. Whatever you find joy in, take a breather and treat yourself for a job well done. Celebrating your successes is important to create positive re-enforcement for what you accomplish.

Accountability

Our last tip is to stay accountable. Having someone to encourage you as well as help you steer through your goal is one way to keep you accountable. Tell your spouse or a friend about your goals and make sure you check-in with them. Even if you fall off for a bit, know that they can help you get back on track. A planner can be a great way to keep yourself accountable. It can also help you track your goals. As you analyze if you’re getting organized, staying accountable is another way to track progress.

Talk to one of our knowledgeable experts today to start creating more room for life! Our Closet and Storage Concepts staff can’t wait to work with you. Click here to find a location near you today.

Tasks to Do Today For A Stress Free Holiday Season

By csc-admin - December 17th, 2015

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With the holidays almost here (did it sneak up on you, too?), here are some tasks we encourage you to complete today for a stress-free day of festivities. And don’t forget to call your local Closet and Storage Concepts when you’re ready to make your home more storage efficient.

  1. Get the Gift Wrap In Order

Take inventory of your wrapping supplies. If you’re running low on ribbons, gift tags, or simply want a new wrapping paper design, make a note of what colors you need, and how much you need. For wrapping paper, if you’re replenishing your stash, be sure you have extra for those gifts that you may have forgotten. Getting the gift wrapping supplies today makes it one less thing to purchase a day before Christmas.

Clear out or set aside space in your spare bedroom or office for a gift wrapping station. Having a pre-designated area will make wrapping everything a breeze. Plus you can be sure that you have all the room you need ahead of time.

  1. Clean The House

Cleaning generally falls down the list of priorities during the holidays, but cleaning up now can make things easier for you, especially if you’re hosting a gathering. Even if you’re not hosting this year, getting the cleaning done before you go on vacation or before the major swing of holiday parties can help you feel more relaxed when things die down. You’ll definitely be ready to ring in the New Year with a clean home!

Even taking only 15 minutes here or there everyday can help to reduce the stress rather than completing one major cleanup while you’re multitasking on the day of your gathering.

  1. Get Enough Rest

Before you have to pull an all-nighter for last minute presents or baking the cookies for Santa’s trip down the chimney, be sure to get in your sleep. A proper night’s rest can keep you and your body feeling it’s best. You’ll say goodbye to any wintertime blue’s in time for the festivities.

  1. Make Your List and Check it Twice

If it’s time to do one last push for gifts or to stock up on snacks and ingredients for that roast, make like Santa and check it twice. Check in the pantry, fridge, and freezer to make sure you don’t have the items on your list already and cross-reference ingredients to your recipes. If you’re worried about gifts, get some gender-neutral gifts or general gifts on the off chance that you did in fact miss a gift. Flowers for hosts, or a good bottle of wine with a certificate to a restaurant can be a good option.

Create a stress-free holiday by staying organized with proper planning. Then get your home storage nightmares resolved by giving Closet and Storage Concepts a call today for your free in-home consultation!

Photo by Jill Wellington, under Public Domain (CC0 1.0).

Halloween Clean Up: Candy

By csc-admin - November 30th, 2015

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Do you still have left over candy from Halloween? Or maybe even from last year? Or maybe you simply want to make sure your child doesn’t eat all of it in one sitting? At Closet and Storage Concepts we’re here to help with tips on when to throw it out, reuse it, or give it away.

  1. Expiration dates

Expiration dates are always a good place to start to determine if it’s time to say goodbye to packaged candy, but sometimes even those can be misleading. Many experts say that food, including candy, is still good past the sell date. With chocolate for examples, chocolate chips that are frozen can last two to three years, while plain milk chocolate is only usually good for 12 to 18 months. With gummy candies, the true expiration date is usually only for about 12 months although Skittles are known to have a shelf life of two to three years. In most cases, it will be safe to re-purpose candy for your holiday stocking stuffers, just be aware that your other senses like smell and sight can help to determine if it’s time to say goodbye to the candy.

  1. Freeze it

Freezing your candy can help extend it’s life. Chocolate in particular can benefit by increasing the sell by date an additional 12 months. Even the different temperatures between a fridge and a freezer can impact (and increase) the amount of time you can keep candy around. If you do want to save your candy, freezing it may be the best option. Keep in mind that certain candies will lose some of their taste and consistency if you freeze them.

  1. Bake it

Chocolate chips, M&Ms, and other candy products might be able to be used in another dish if you don’t want to eat them plain. Baking them into other goods can be a good gift, or you can save them for your ginger bread houses. Simply look for a recipe online and voila! You’ll have new baked goods to share so you don’t waste anything and your kids don’t eat everything in one sitting.

  1. Just say goodbye

If you’re on a health kick, it may be best to just say goodbye to the candy. If so, don’t feel guilty. You’re stopping any cravings and temptation while clearing out the clutter in your home. If you don’t want to completely toss it, try reaching out to a local organization to see if you can donate the candy. Local children hospitals or non-profits that work with the armed forces frequently accept donations.

No matter what you choose to do with your leftover candy Closet and Storage Concepts is here to help you make more room for a well-organized life. For more food storage tips for your pantry or other tips for throughout your home, check out our other blog posts or visit our showroom!

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Craft Room Organization Tips

By csc-admin - November 17th, 2015

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It’s time to get the craft room organized before you need the wrapping paper for all of those gifts. The team at Closet and Storage Concepts is here to help you find the best solutions for your crafts no matter if you have a dedicated room or a simple closet area.

Baskets

Keeping all of your supplies and baubles in one spot is a go-to solution for organizers and designers. Baskets can keep like items grouped together all while keeping them concealed when guests are over. They also make moving items a breeze. Simply store your items in the basket and move them between shelves, or even different rooms if you need to. Choose from a variety of options including the standard wicker basket, modern metal crates, and anything in between.

See Me If You Can

You should be able to see through your baskets, bins, or other units. This makes finding your crafts easy and efficient. If you want to conceal things a bit more, try a frosted glass insert on your cabinets or drawers. A sheer window panel can help save space if you have a crafts closet while giving you the option to keep things hidden once company comes through. While baskets can be used to completely conceal your items, having a set of transparent drawer units, especially for items you frequently use may be more efficient.

Pegboard, Always

When organizing your craft room, or even your garage, pegboards almost always should be used. They help to free up valuable working areas by keeping your tools and materials off of the table. Using your walls, by installing a pegboard insures that you’re maximizing your space. Pegboards are very handy in a craft room as hooks and baskets can be moved around very easily, so they can flex to whatever project you’re working on. Plus they can be decorated and painted to fit your room’s décor so it’s not an eyesore.

Group Like Items

Baskets and containers are great for housing items. To make the best use of them, take some time to group items together. Keeping all of your buttons, thread, scissors, or wrapping paper grouped together can help when creating storage space. Once you’ve made piles, putting them away in designated containers will be a breeze. Taking time to organize all of your craft supplies can be a lot of work, but the outcome is worth it!

Still need help implementing these tips in your craft room? Bring in the experts at Closet and Storage Concepts. Our designers will work with you to find a solution, giving you room for more craft projects, and more importantly a space to wrap all of those presents!

Closet Details: Lighting

By csc-admin - October 30th, 2015

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The details matter, especially when making home improvement upgrades. From picking a paint color to creating a certain ambience in a room, lighting can effect a large number of decisions. Be sure to pay close attention to lighting in your closet system. Here are some things to consider from the team at Closet and Storage Concepts.

Types of Lighting

Let’s start by going over the three key types of lighting that can come into play in your closet.

Accent

Exactly as it sounds, accent lighting is used to highlight certain pieces. It’s a great way to create a bit of drama in a space. Accent lighting works particularly well for large walk-in closets. Use it to highlight art if you’ve decided to hang any, or for any holy-grail items such as a purse or a pair of shoes. This works well for boutique-styled layouts.

Task

This type of lighting helps you get things done. Whether it’s applying your makeup or choosing an accessory, task lighting can be critical to helping you make decisions as you get ready each morning. Task lighting is most often used in a walk-in closet system, but can also work extremely well with a reach-in system.

Ambient

Think of ambient lighting as the umbrella for the other types of lighting in your space. It provides general illumination and can even overlap as task lighting. Ambient lighting is important for all kinds of closet designs.

Bulbs

Interested in creating a certain atmosphere? Try switching out your bulbs. Here’s what you need to consider. Light bulbs can offer warm or cool tones. Some even provide heat radiance.

Incandescent

This is the most common type of light bulb, and is most associated with electricity. It is also the least energy efficient as most of the energy produces heat rather than light. In fact, many home improvement stores are reducing the amount of incandescent lights they carry. They can be used in fixtures that create all three types of lighting.

CFL

Compact Fluorescent Lights are most easily identified as lights with a curly tube inside the bulb. These are more energy efficient although the one major complaint is that they tend to take a longer time to shine or warm up. They use to be quite common in fluorescent under-the-cabinet lights.

LED

These bulbs have been increasingly popular as they are extremely energy efficient and the price to purchase them decreases. They have been popular for accent and task lighting although they can be used for all three types of lighting. Choose this type of bulb in your closet so you can reduce the amount of time you have to replace your lights – some have been known to have a lifespan of 20 years!

Fixtures and Styles

Recessed

These are by some of the most common types of light fixtures, especially in newer homes. These lights can create all types of light and ambience in your home but are particularly good for general lighting and accent lighting.

Track Lights

With this fixture, the lights are aligned on a track, although you don’t have to settle for the plain white linear track anymore. There is a wide selection of styles and many use LED bulbs. These are great to help create accent or overall ambience to your space.

Under-the-cabinet

These are particularly useful for task lighting. They can help you select a piece of jewelry or compare certain accessories. They go perfect with a set of drawers that house your jewelry, cuff links, or other small items.

Chandeliers and Pendants

Give your closet an added design touch with a miniature chandelier or strategically placed pendants. They can give added drama while providing essential lighting.

Be sure to plan your closet design with the details in mind. Consult with one of our expert designers at Closet and Storage Concepts today to start creating and organizing your home today!

More Information/ Sources:
https://www.americanlightingassoc.com/Lighting-Fundamentals/3-Types-of-Lighting.aspx
http://www.energy.gov/energysaver/lighting-choices-save-you-money
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