Not all homes and apartments have fabulous closet solutions you see in the movies. Sure, Mr. Big built Carrie a dream walk-in closet in the Sex and the City movie, but not everyone has the luxury of that much space (or money). So, what do you do if you live in a small apartment or townhouse with very limited storage options?
Chances are you have only one small walk-in closet with a single shelf and a lonely pole in the master bedroom. You’re forced to store your wardrobe in various closets around your home and have to maneuver around the shoes littering your closet floor. Shouldn’t there be a better way? Let the pros from Chicagoland Custom Closets show you how.
The first step in designing your walk-in closet is to clear as much space as possible by weeding out clothes that you no longer wear. If you haven’t worn a particular clothing item in the past year, odds are, you will never wear it again. Donate these items to goodwill, or any other charity. You will be amazed by how much space you create, and you’ll feel good about performing a good deed.
The next step is to contact a closet and organization professional from Chicagoland Custom Closets. They will make recommendations on ways to maximize your space, and stay within budget. Utilizing double hang, tall hang, shelving, drawers and accessories for belts and ties can personalize your space and bring it to it’s full potential.
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