Now this is one organized closet. On the left side, the closet houses all of the homeowner's casual clothes, with all of his work/business clothes on the right. The center shelving unit also keeps his casual and work shoes separated, making it easy to decipher where each appropriate item is when he needs it. Flat walnut veneer drawer fronts dress up the off-white shelving unit and offer additional storage for underwear and other accessories. Photo courtesy of California Closets.
Afraid to invest in built-in systems for the trend-chasing teens? Try removable modular systems such as these hanging options from Pottery Barn Teen. Available in different colors and styles, these can be rearranged as easily as hanging cloths.
To get a high-end customized look on a low-end budget, use systems like Cincinnati-based Organized Living’s “Freedom Railway.” These easy-to-install systems, available from organization-focused retailers, are perfect for the not-so-handy man. Shown here in cypress, the rail system includes adjustable drawers and shelving.
Keep your accessories like jewelry and sunglasses within reach in your closet without the tangled mess with stackable clear containers. These plastic containers come in a variety of sizes that allow you to organize and arrange them wherever you need to coral small items.
Mirrored closet doors slide open to reveal clever storage and costumes fit for a princess. This bedroom suite, which belongs to Tiffani Thiessen's young daughter, Harper, features a modern all-white color scheme with fun pops of pink and yellow sprinkled throughout the space.
A large doorless closet in a boys' bedroom has three rows of small cubes, in which different colored baskets are used to store books, toys and clothing. Two silver racks are attached inside the closet to hang clothing. The closet adds style and function to the room where the bold blue wallpaper with red accent features make the room fun and playful.
Where there's a little room, often there's a way to boost storage space. For this dressing room redo, designer Courtney Blaymore created a space for double hanging as well as a shoe wall to showcase her client's many pairs of shoes. The result: no more desperate searching for that one perfect outfit.
This impressive walk-in closet is a fashionista's dream. Walls of built-in shelves provide the perfect place to store and display collections of handbags and shoes, and elegant chandeliers offer a sense of sophistication overhead.