Sharing a closet space can be difficult, especially when you don’t have a lot of space. Even in the best relationships, the debate of closet sharing can create problems. With these simple tips, sharing closet space does not have to be a problem—in fact, you can even create space in your closet for more items!
Pull-out shelves are the perfect solution to increasing space in your closet. While they are mostly used in the kitchen, they can be utilized in the closet as well. Pull-out shelves maximize space because they serve to openly display your items in an easily accessible area. Furthermore, they make organization simple, as you can see what you want to store, and you can physically pull the items out in order to access them. In addition to being a space-saver, they’re also very durable, and can hold many items.
While lighting may seem like a no-brainer, adding lights or a lighting system to your closet helps you see all of your clothes and necessary items, and also makes the space seem bigger by adding necessary light. LED lighting, undershelf lighting, dimmers, and more, can enhance your closet space by bringing to light all of the dark corners, enabling you to access items you may not have seen before. While lighting may not save space, it is necessary when sharing a closet,
Valet rods are necessary in any closet, but especially when you are sharing one with a significant other. There are many different types and sizes, but what matters most is finding the one that works best for your closet. Valet rods are intended to be a temporary place to hang clothing, and make a much better fit than hanging clothing on the door or doorknobs of your closet. Some valet rods are even retractable, and are easily hidden when not in use. Either way, valet rods are a welcome addition to any closet, and a space-saving alternative for storing clothes.
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