Straining to reach those too-high spaces? This ingenious side mounted, pull-down closet rod lets you maximize closet space. It comes in three sizes and is adjustable from 34" to 50". Hang clothes you don’t need every day on it, then send them up for out-of-the-way storage.
Custom closet rods feature LED lights that make it easy to view and organize hanging clothes in this masculine closet. Small lights illuminate a shelf that holds a collection of baseball caps while a metal ladder on a sliding rail allows easy access to higher cabinets and shelves.
This massive walk-in closet boasts deep masculine tones and textures. Bright blue LED panels turn an extensive shoe collection into an artful display while custom LED light closet rods illuminate color-coordinated hanging clothes.
This enormous masculine closet boasts layers of sophisticated textures. Green felted wall covering lines the back of the closet storage with thin blue stripes that create the effect of a pinstripe suit. Neutral wood shelves and a rolling ladder add sleek charm while custom LED-lit closet rods make clothes easy to find.
A rich Espresso finish creates a sophisticated style for this expansive walk-in closet. Hanging rods create zones for each type of clothing, and open shelves keep shirts, linens, and collections looking neat. Drawers, hutches, slanted shoe racks, and corner storage make the most of every square inch.
This vast closet boasts high-tech amenities to create a space that is the peak of masculine luxury. LED lights are used for the custom closet rods for easy viewing. Blue LED light panels showcase an extensive shoe collection and creates a sophisticated club feel. A closet island features a pop-up TV, turning the closet into a relaxing lounge.
Sometimes you can simply eliminate a shelf or two and your storage space will expand significantly. Barriers and other dividers just create dead space within your closet, so the sooner you can remove them, the more space you can create for your essentials. Lisa Adams, CEO and designer of LA Closet Design, made a few cosmetic changes to this walk-in closet that make it feel more spacious and maximize the storage space. "In this closet I eliminated the vertical panels between individual cabinets/sections, creating an open, horizontal look. This opens up the space and makes it feel much bigger," Lisa says. "The use of L-shaped shelves and hanging rods at the corners, again, maximizes the corner spaces and makes the closet feel more customized and luxurious." Photo courtesy of LA Closet Design.
Thanks to fresh paint, an updated floor, ready-made cabinets and double-hang rod installation, what was a disorganized closet is now functions more as a sophisticated, organized dressing room for an elegant, stylish tween.
Multi-level clothing rods maximizes the real estate for your hanging wardrobe. Decorative touches are kept to a minimum – fresh-cut flowers and globe pendant lights – keeping all eyes on the clothing and accessories.
Create a floor-to-ceiling closet by attaching rods and shelves to a wall, then draping off the area with a set of curtains. Define your storage needs, then choose the best spot—here we moved the bed to the center of the room and built the closet on the wall behind it.