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5 Things To Consider In Your Custom Closet

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What to expect when you’re expecting… a new closet, that is! Custom closets are the perfect solution to maximize your space and keep your life organized. If you have decided a custom closet is the right solution for you, Closet & Storage Concepts of Massachusetts has the expertise to bring your vision to life. When designing and creating your custom closet, there are a multitude of options to make it fit uniquely into your home. Below are 5 things to consider when building your custom closet.

  1. Adjustable Shelving

Adjustable Shelving is a valuable component of a custom shelving system. With adjustable shelving, your closet can change and adapt to your needs as they change. In a bedroom closet this could be moving shelves to accommodate fall boots. For craft or multi-use closets, adjustable shelves give you the most flexibility to fit all your items no matter what size.

Brown wood custom closet.
  1. Cabinets and Drawers

Cabinets and Drawers are another functional element of a closet. If you have a walk-in closet, these are important for keeping the space organized. The right amount of drawers can also replace the need for a dresser, freeing up space in your room!

  1. Accessories

Adding accessories to your custom closet is the ultimate addition for personalized functionality. Our closet accessories include; jewelry drawers, wall safes, wall-mounted ironing boards, baskets, valet rods, shoe racks, and more! Even just a few of these items will help you get the most out of your closet space.

  1. Wood Finishes

Once you have chosen the perfect elements for your custom closet, then comes the materials to make them in. We offer a multitude of finishes to make your custom closet with. You can choose exactly what matches your design vision, from color to material. 

  1. Closet Hardware

The final element of putting together a closet is the hardware. Choosing the right hardware is the final touch that will bring your closet together. Especially if you have added lots of cabinets and drawers, the hardware you choose will have a larger effect on what your closet looks like.

Installing a new custom closet is an exciting step in home customization and organization. If you are not quite sure where to start, contact your local Closet & Storage Concepts of Massachusetts. Book a free in-home consultation, and our experts will help you put together a closet system that fits your needs perfectly.