Place a hutch in the center of the closet to naturally
divide things from business to casual, and clearly define a separate frame of
mind while working with your wardrobe.
2. Maximize floor to
ceiling closet space.
This is easily done by using double hanging rods, which
keep related items close together and make way for the addition of great
storage features like a hideaway tie or belt rack.
3. Include deep
Why is this design feature helpful? Including drawers in
your closet system can reduce the amount of furniture in the rest of the
bedroom, offering an open and uncluttered space to rest and relax. It also
enables you to keep anything you need close by.
4. Use a closet hutch
surface as a catchall.
Think about your keys, wallets, rings and more. These are
often the first thing you take off at night, followed by the first thing you
put on in the morning. Why not give them the storage space they need with a
great flat catchall surface right in your closet?
5. Use all the closet
The point of going floor to ceiling is to truly go the
distance. The top shelf of your closet system is a wonderful gift, and more
than enough individual shelves will make sure to catch each and every important
If you keep these key rules of design logic in mind while working through your
custom closet design, you’ll be sure to create an intuitive solution that is
personalized just for you.
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