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How to Organize Accessories in Your Custom Closet

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Custom closet installers Modesto CAAre you frustrated with your closet? If you answered yes, you’re not alone. One of the biggest time-wasters in our day can be trying to find items buried in our closets. Closet & Storage Concepts Modesto is here to put an end to that. With custom organization, we’ll eliminate mess and prevent clutter from forming down the road. How? By organizing the accessories in your custom closet in a way that works with you and your unique style. Here are some ways you can do just that.

Design and Concept

While you may be able to buy some closet organizers that help with your clutter problems, these won’t solve the problem at the root. You can’t truly organize your closet to fit your needs unless you have a custom closet designed to fit your particular lifestyle. Some may need plenty of hanging space for dress pants or blouses while others consider jeans a staple item and could use more folding room. Then there are those who collect shoes with the same voracity as many of us used to collect baseball cards. Designing a system that works specifically to meet your needs will change everything. 

Sort and Organize

Once you have a custom layout for your closet, organizing will be much easier. Group items together by type to make it easy to find what you are looking for in the morning or trying to put away at the end of the day. Designate a shelf for jackets, wall hooks for hats, a drawer for sweaters, a rack for shoes, and more. Sorting wardrobe pieces and accessories like this will make your daily life so much simpler. 

Custom Closet Organizational Tools

Here are some great accessory organizational tools you can use to make your new custom closet the envy of all your friends.

  • Customized shelves at adjustable heights to modify the layout when necessary
  • Tiered shoe racks to display your footwear 
  • Jewelry drawers with custom, velvet-lined inserts for each precious item
  • Belt and tie racks
  • Pull-down wardrobe rods
  • Pull-out ironing board

Baskets for Organizing Your Accessories

If you like open storage systems like cubbies or shelves, but want to keep things from toppling on each other and making the overall impression of your closet much messier, consider single-toned or color-coordinated baskets for keeping things organized. Baskets are an easy way to maintain the open, airy layout while still adding a pop of personality and storing everything in a more tidy manner. 

What’s Next?

Would you like more information about having a custom closet designed for your specific needs? Closet & Storage Concepts Modesto can help. Contact Us today to schedule a free in-home design consultation or stop by our local Modesto showroom to speak with an expert designer. Once you have your new closet designed and installed, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it. We proudly serve the greater Modesto, Turlock, and Manteca areas.