Closet lighting solutions have come a long way from the old bare bulb and pull-chain. Discover the new best way to light a closet right here.
Who bothers to think about underwear storage when planning a closet or buying furniture? We tend to focus on big things like hanging space and shoe storage. Yet, it’s something we all need. If you don’t want a jumbled mess of underwear in your drawers, you need the right organizers. Find out which ones to get right here!
Thinking about turning a closet into a mudroom? Plan your coat closet makeover with these ideas and examples of mudroom built-ins.
A custom closet should last a lifetime. Use these kids’ closet ideas to make sure your design decisions stand the test of time.
Successful closet design requires advance planning. Use this checklist to ensure success when you design your own closet.
Try these ideas when you want closet mirrors that are both functional and stylish inside your closet.
Corner shelves in closets can be tricky. Avoid dead space in your closet corners with these practical shelving solutions that maximize the potential of your closet corners.
So, you’ve decided to go the extra mile with your new closet and cover your shelves with cabinet doors. However, they didn’t come with the handles pre-installed. Now what? You’re going to have to put them on yourself. How do you do it and make sure they all line up for a quality look? Luckily, there are a few tricks of the trade to ensure your door handle installation experience is both simple and professional.
There are three basic types of bedroom closets including walk-in, reach-in (also known as wall closets), or wardrobes. Each has distinct advantages and disadvantages. But one thing they have in common is their potential to increase your overall storage or serve a dual function. All you need are the right organizers to get started.
It’s easy to design custom storage that is flexible and will grow with your child. All you need is a little advance planning.