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Custom Closet Design: How to Improve Any Closet

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 7/1/17 10:00 AM

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What kind of closets do you have in your home? Are they tight little corners where you can hang a few coats? Or do they amount to small rooms, places where you can spend your morning routine getting ready to go out and face the world?

No matter what you have, there are certain custom closet design features that can help improve the functionality of the space, regardless of the size.

This week, we’ll look at some things you can do to improve virtually any closet.

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Light Up Your Closet

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 6/10/17 8:00 AM

LIGHTS_ClosetRods72.jpgWhen we offer our readers suggestions for revamping their closets, we typically return to one key point: Even the most innovative redesign won’t work if you don’t light up your closet.

When you light up your closet, you make it a place where you can spend time, deciding on outfits and preparing yourself for your day.

So today we’re going to share some closet lighting tips, from the elaborate to the everyday.

1. Battery operated

If you have a smaller closet, a battery-operated lighting fixture is a solid option. Typically mounted on the wall or the ceiling, these fixtures are suitable for closets that don’t get a lot of use. If you find you are frequently replacing the batteries, it may be time to think about a hard-wired lighting source.

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Tips for Organizing Your Wall Closet

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 5/27/17 10:00 AM

maple.jpgYou dream of waking up and picking out that day’s outfit from a roomy walk-in closet. It’s well-lit and comfortable, almost like you’re hanging out in a fashionable boutique.

That’s the dream. The reality is that you keep your clothes in a cozy little wall closet. These closets may not be as generous as a walk-in, but they can still fill a functional need.

Let’s hear what closet designers have to say about organizing and maximizing your wall closet space.

Clothing too tight? Time to go

Closet designers say that a quick way to free up space is to get rid of clothing that you no longer wear or haven’t used in at least a year.

After that, zero in on pieces that are too tight, author and professional organizer Julie Morgenstern tells Real Simple.

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Why Interior Designers Work with Closet Designers

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 4/15/17 10:56 AM

In nearly every field, there are specialists. When your kids needed braces, the dentist sent you to an orthodontist. If your mechanic can't figure out what's wrong with your car, they might consult with your car company.

And so it is with the world of interior design.

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