Plastic storage drawers can add tons of organization to any space. In a linen closet, use them to corral wash clothes and hand towels. The sturdy drawers also help piles of bath towels stay neat and upright on each side.
A toddler's closet painted in tones of purple and white provides organized storage for clothes, stuffed animals and other items. The hanging fabric shelf keeps child's favorite playthings within easy reach.
This Washington, D.C., area homeowner wanted the convenience of a mudroom near her kitchen. However, she wanted its contents concealed. Four Brothers, a carpentry company, granted her wish with two side-by-side small closets to house traditional mudroom supplies that blends seamlessly with the kitchen cabinetry.
Stop sifting through clothing that no longer fits. Professional organizer Darla DeMorrow suggests keeping a box labeled “too small” for items your child has outgrown. When you have time, donate or pass down.
Sometimes divide and conquer is the way to go. For this child's bedroom closet, a combination of hanging rods, cubbies, drawers and slide-out baskets helps store both clothes and toys. Use dead space under drawers for pull-out baskets that can provide a home for odd-shaped toys.
This Ivory reach-in closet organizer looks great with Oil-Rubbed Bronze hardware and Smooth handles. The closet storage system features slanted shoes shelves, Raised Panel drawers and pull-out baskets.
This homeowner wanted a closet that was an organized, relaxing space, so designers made sure to include plenty of space to hang clothes. Then, they added two full length mirrors, a comfortable chair. Finally, white, semi-sheer curtains help diffuse the light that comes into the space and helps it feel light, airy and relaxing.
The basic components of a well-organized home is undoubtedly rooms with dressers and closets....starting in your master closet. There's no better way for quality and functional arrangement of a home than a reasonable and practical organization of any room.