Organize Your Walk-in Closet
August 29, 2015
We are nearing the end of the summer heat and you may wondering where your fall clothes are in the cluttered chaos that is your closet. If you need a little more space for your clothing, the homes for sale in LaGrange, GA in the Bryant Park community feature large walk-in closets to accommodate your growing wardrobe. Here are some of the top organization tips that will help you maximize your walk-in closet space.
Photo: LA Closet Design
If your belts and ties are a tangled mess this very chic closet system by LA Closet Design banishes the clutter. Featuring separate compartments that are ideal for keeping belts organized. The drawers below are perfect for jewelry or ties. There is also a pullout table for folding clothes.
Photo: The Container Store
This very organized walk-in closet is courtesy of The Container Store. The use of shelves and clear compartments make all the clothing, accessories, and shoes visible as well as easily accessible. You can maximize your space like this closet by using the vertical wall space.
Photo: California Closets
Cubby-style shelving units are the perfect for storing purses, pants, sweaters, shoes, hats and other accessories. The shelving is adjustable to accommodate what ever you need to store. This unit keeps your items easily visible and it also has drawers to corral your unmentionables, socks and other items.
Shoes are guilty of causing of most of the closet clutter. Solve that problem with shelves to keep your shoes up and off the floor. The built-in cabinets and drawers will help to remedy your clutter problems. This boutique-style walk-in closet shoe cases the owner’s shoes and makes finding something to wear an experience.
No matter the floor plan you choose in Bryant Park you will find one of the beautiful homes for sale in LaGrange, GA to meet you and your families needs.Tags: new homes columbus, new homes columbus ga, new homes georgia, new homes in phenix city
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This post was written by Rose Anne Erickson
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