As the last few days of summer are coming to a close, a lot of us are changing our wardrobes for the season. Especially true for autumn here on the east coast, the change in season means a dip in temperatures. We slowly but surely pack up our shorts, swimsuits, and flip-flops, and start to pull out sweaters, sweatshirts, jeans, and jackets to get ready for the cooler days ahead. With this change in outfits, is your closet ready to handle the bigger, bulkier items worn primarily in the fall? If not, it may be time to consider investing in a closet storage system.
Although many dream about having a walk-in closet filled with shelves and endless hanging racks, a lot of people do not have access to such luxury. Instead, clothes tend to spill out of overstuffed standard sized closets or sit in stacks on top of dressers and storage chests. For those who own a home, an option would be to knock down a wall and expand a closet, or install additional shelving units. However for those renting apartments, the option to remodel isn’t available. Here is where a closet system comes in handy.
Closet systems can be customized to any configuration. With a closet system, you can make the storage area as large or small as you want, simply by adding and moving pieces to create a set that matches your specific needs. At Gothic Cabinet Craft, our closet systems have many different components to choose from, including:
- Linen Closets
- Single Door Wardrobes
- Storage Tops
Based on what your storage needs are, you can decide how many pieces you want in your closet system. Perhaps you need an armoire, a wardrobe, and a few sets of drawers. Or perhaps you need an entire closet system complete with storage tops that sit on top of the armoires and wardrobes utilizing more vertical space. The decision is up to you in how you want your closet system set up.
The benefit of a closet system is that they can be installed along any wall in your bedroom, spare room, or even in the hallway. Over time as your needs change, you can add pieces or remove pieces to create a new storage system for your clothes and other belongings. The best part, the closet system isn’t permanent. You can move them anywhere in the house, wherever you need storage.
Instead of trying to figure out where you heavier items such as wool sweaters and hooded sweatshirts should go, consider investing in a closet storage system. Not only do closet systems help keep all of your clothes behind closed doors, but they help to utilize the vertical space in your home. You can keep items you don’t regularly need in the storage tops on top of your armoire/chiffonier while keeping the clothes you wear all the time at arm’s reach. Closet systems aren’t just for clothes either. You can store toys, books, movies, even holiday decorations safely tucked away in the storage units. The possibilities are endless.