Make the Most of Your Closet Space With These 4 Tricks

Make the Most of Your Closet Space With These 4 Tricks

Organization is a challenge many of us have trouble with. Often times, we start off well, but have trouble maintaining the balance. With the average American home nearly tripling in size over the last 50 years and holding 300,000 items, it's hard to find a place for everything that does not make the space look overwhelming. Luckily, Origami Rack can help solve some of the organization problems we may have, starting with the closet. For the individuals who are having a hard time getting the most out of their closet space, here are some tips on creating your own DIY closet to meet your organization needs.

Use drawer carts for the unmentionables
Most people would rather not have their underwear visible to guests in their bedroom or wherever they store their clothes. For this reason, drawer carts are a great solution. Not only do they store your unmentionables well, but they also have wheels for mobility.

Stores clothes on shelving units
Shelving units like decorative home racks are a great way to store folded clothes for a DIY closet. They allow you to see exactly what you have and the folded look gives a retail appeal almost as if you are living in your own personal boutique. Bookshelves are another option for building your own closet. They are a great part of any DIY closet because you can switch up what you choose to put on the shelves. You are not limited to clothing because you have the freedom to truly make it what you want.

Utilize the space behind your door
Making a DIY closet gives you the ability to be creative about the space where your clothes, shoes, and accessories live. Although many people prefer shoe racks, shoe organizers come in various shapes and sizes. One way to make the most of the space you have is to use an over-the-door shoe mountain. When not in use, it can be folded down and simply unfolded when ready to use again. It is also lightweight and can be set up in a matter of seconds.

Use tower racks and hanging rods to build a closet
If you are not in the mood to be crafty or are pinched for time, no problem. Origami Rack offers the Armario Closet A2, a free standing closet that can be adjusted from six-feet to eight-feet. Not only does it feature high-quality steel, wood laminate materials, and a durable satin finish, but it also can be set up with one tool in 10 minutes or less.

The home organization industry is alive and thriving. Making more than $8 billion, the industry has more than doubled since the early 2000's. Now that you have a few ideas for how to create the closet that meets your needs, let Origami Rack help you achieve it in 15 minutes or less.

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