Walk-in closets are often a huge draw for anyone looking for a new home. The larger the closet, the better. But a large closet doesn’t seem so big once all of your stuff has been pack inside. This is exactly where custom closets come in handy. Regardless of the closet size, a well-planned custom closet can efficiently keep all your things in place, with all the right elements of course.
- Drawer organizers - Modular organizers sort socks and belts in this pullout tray. Each item has its own compartment, creating a clean look.
- Shoe Storage - Shoes on slanted shelves -- held in place by a metal bar -- are easily accessible. It simplifies each morning's shoe selection.
- Double Hanging Rods - Stacked closet rods double storage space by maximizing the height of the closet. Shirts hang from the upper bar while skirts and longer blouses are hung below. Canvas storage boxes can also squeeze right in to small, deep shelves nearby.
- Rotating Tie Rack - Ties stay neat and wrinkle-free with a battery-operated tie rack. With the touch of a button, the rack rotates, making it easy to find a favorite.
- Pants Organization and Storage - A pullout trouser rack can hold about 10 pairs of freshly pressed pants.
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