What Are the Best Rooms in a Home for Custom Closets?
Custom closets are a luxury feature that can add a lot of value to your home, both in terms of financial value and practical value. Whether you’re building a new home or preparing for a remodel, the implementation of custom closets can aid you with some storage space perfectly geared to your needs.
Custom closets can be incorporated in just about any room of the home. What are the best ways to use these closets in the various rooms of your home? Here are a few ideas for you to consider.
When people think about custom, walk-in closets, they tend to first think of a master bedroom. And it’s true—a well-designed custom closet can be a tremendous perk to have available in a master bedroom.
You can design closets that perfectly fit all of your hanging clothes items while also providing space for shoes, jewelry and accessories. Customize these closets by providing enough space for the items you have, strategically placing hanging rods, cabinets or drawers for ease of access, and giving yourself enough space to easily maneuver around. If you share your bedroom with a partner, you can create a dual-sided closet that’s custom designed for each of your needs and gives each of you enough space to maneuver around during your morning routines.
Bathroom closets tend to be small, but they can still be customized for the specific needs you have, including towel storage, medicine racks and drawers for certain types of bathroom products.
Your home office will have different storage needs than a bedroom. You can either create a new cabinet space or retrofit an existing one to give you storage for office supplies, built-in filing cabinets for your documents and space where you can have a printer set up to operate as needed. It can be a good idea to run new electrical outlets into a closet (if none already exist) to give yourself options for items like printers or pencil sharpeners should you wish to keep them there.
Kitchen closets can either be used as pantries or for storage of items like brooms and dustpans, mops, garbage and recycling, bags, rarely-used appliances or other types of items that tend to get stored away. Customize pantries with perfectly-sized spice racks and designated areas for certain types of food, so you can always stay organized.
Closets in family rooms can be used for storing a wide variety of items, including board games, books and various household items. Create custom closets that take good advantage of vertical space and give you plenty of room to store and organize items that are regularly used in the main living areas of your home.
For more tips about custom closet design and where you can implement walk-in closets in your home to achieve the best effect, we encourage you to contact the experts at Nowak Cabinets of Midland today. We’d be happy to schedule a consultation to discuss your needs from your upcoming project.
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