Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Before and After- Master closet

This custom closet had many positive features. Drawers, shoe storage, adjustable hanging rods, and shelves. The clients had filled it all to the max when they moved in yet did not weed out items no longer liked or that fit. Once we went through every item in the closet, we were able to better utilize all the space.

A set of adjustable shelves was eliminated and replaced by hanging rods. See back right in the photo. (Look for easily adjustable shelving and rods when looking at closet systems as clothing needs change over time). More clothing needed to be hung to keep wrinkle free than folded on shelves. 

Color coding the clothing by type saves time in the morning as it is easier to find what you are looking for when you need it. Group all of your tank tops together from light to dark and repeat with your short sleeve tops. Repeat this process with all of your other categories.
The key to success is putting things back in the proper location. That dark t-shirt should go with the darks and not in the middle of the white shirts. This may be a change for you but after a while, it becomes a habit.

Seldom used purses stored downstairs were brought upstairs and now they are used more often. 

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