By: Yassmine ElSayed
CAIRO, Jan. 3 (SEE) – Clothes can be a mess, if they were left everywhere. If your bedroom closet is overflowing or its contents no longer suit your life, still there is a solution. Closets are developed by time, not just to easily have all clothes, but also, to have other items, so that people can save places in their homes.
In a recent piece published by Houzz.com, interior design experts assembled the latest deigns for closets that have innovative aspects and looks.
1. Everything Has
A network of shelves, drawers and rods makes room for all manner of clothing in this reach-in closet by Built-Rite Closets in Westchester County, New York. There are hanging rods for pants, dresses and blouses, as well as shelves for T-shirts and cubbies for scarves. The key to such thoughtful design is assessing possessions and determining the best way to store them, then tailoring your storage solutions to fit the items you own.
2. Mountable Shoe
This closet has plenty of built-in storage, which, depending on your space, may or may not be something you can emulate. But what really stands out in this photo by Fotograf Camilla Ropers is the shoe storage wall. Simple wall-mounted racks offer space for 32 pairs of shoes and provide a neat, attractive way to display them.
3. Closet Without
This is a standard-width closet without the standard sliding doors. If seeing all your items at a glance would help you streamline your morning routine, going doorless could be for you. The strategy might work best in rooms where the closet is tucked away in an area not visible from the bed. This custom closet is from Tailored Living of Mercer, Monmouth, Middlesex in New Jersey
4. Pull-Down Rack
This closet in Mill Valley, California, by Precision Cabinets has a lot of custom built-ins, but the pull-down clothing rack is the feature that stands out. It takes advantage of the closet’s vertical space to include double rods and makes garments on the top rod easier to reach. This feature could work in a smaller walk-in closet as well.
If you have the space, turning a spare bedroom into an expansive closet and dressing room can create more than enough storage space. Here, an unused room in a Portland, Oregon, home serves as a full-fledged dressing room with custom boutique-style racks. This remodel project is from design-build firm Arciform.