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New Window Shades By Hunter Douglas – Sonnette Cellular Roller Shades

We are very happy to make this announcement of a great new product. The innovation genius of Hunter Douglas has been tirelessly at work and the result is a fusion of two favorite window shades. This is Sonnete Cellular Roller Shades that combine the neat modern look of roller shades with the superior energy efficiency of honeycomb cellular shades.

New Sonnette Cellular Roller Shades

Sonnette Cellular Roller Shades come in two opacities. The semi-opaque option diffuses light for a soft spread out glow and privacy. The room-darkening option allows for a complete light block-out.

The new shades are safe for kids and pets as they do not have any cords. The operation options are the modern day technology of PowerView Motorization, LiteRise cordless system, and new SoftTouch Motorization.

SoftTouch Motorization is a new operating option presently available only with Sonnette shades. It is a battery powered system and uses a wand. The window treatments are lowered by pulling down on the wand and are raised by gently pushing the wand up.

Sonnette Cellular Roller Shades are available in many textures and colors and you are bound to find a combination to complement your space. Just get in touch with us and we will be happy to provide a free on-site consultation showing you the available options and giving you our recommendations.

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Hunter Douglas Smart Shades Savings Event

Make the most out of your Hunter Douglas window treatments. The exceptional window fashions combined with the modern technology for the ultimate convenience is a sure winning combination. And this combination can also save your some money.

Hunter Douglas is offering a $150 rebate on many shades with PowerView Motorization technology. When you buy qualifying shadings from July 1 until September 11, you will enjoy a $150 rebate. The qualifying quantities depend on the product. Below, is a list of participating shades.

Eligible Hunter Douglas Shadings

Alustra Pirouette: $150 for every 2 shades (2 shades minimum)
Alustra Silhouette: $150 for every 2 shades (2 shades minimum)
Pirouette Shades: $150 for every 2 shades (2 shades minimum)
Silhouette Shades: $150 for every 2 shades (2 shades minimum)
Duette Shades: $150 for every 4 shades (4 shades minimum)
Duette Architella Shades: $150 for every 4 shades (4 shades minimum)
Luminette Shades: $150 for every shade purchased
Vignette Roman Shades: $150 for every 4 shades (4 shades minimum)
Skyline Vertical Blinds: $150 for every blind purchased
Alustra Duette Architella Shades: $150 for every 4 shades (4 shades minimum)
Alustra Woven Textures Shades: $150 for every 4 shades (4 shades minimum)
Designer Roller Shades: $150 for every 4 shades (4 shades minimum)
Designer Screen Shades: $150 for every 4 shades (4 shades minimum)
Alustra Roller Shades: $150 for every 4 shades (4 shades minimum)
Alustra Skyline Shades: $150 for every shade purchased
Solera Shades: $150 for every 4 shades (4 shades minimum)

We have previously written about the PowerView Motorization. Please, check the following articles to learn more about this technology: Hunter Douglas PowerView Motorization is a 2015 Winner and Control Your Hunter Douglas Window Coverings with a Phone or a Tablet.
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Silhouette ClerView – New Shadings From Hunter Douglas

Hunter Douglas has announced a new member of the Silhoutte family – Silhouette ClearView. As a part of the Silhouette line, they feature the signature S-vanes for superior light diffusion but introduce the new combination of fabric and sheer that results in a much improved view through. The exceptional clarity of view is achieved by combining the black sheer backing with either black or white front sheer.

See the comparison of the standard and ClearView Silhouette shadings below.

ClearView vs standard Silhouette shadings

Silhouette ClearView is superior for the rooms that have beautiful outside views and do not require increased privacy, like living or dining rooms. Standard Silhouette shadings are the best for rooms that need more privacy and where light control is preferred over the view, like bedroom or office.

Introduction of the new Silhouette line offers even more opportunities to find exactly what your need for your windows. As usual, Hunter Douglas does not stop improving their products and search for new solutions.

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Power Washing Guide

As the days become mild and the time to enjoy the outdoors arrives, many people take a closer look at their deck, patio, driveway and pathways, or their home’s exterior and realize that they look dingy and something needs to be done.

Often, the weathered surfaces are considered aged and in need of replacement or at least repainting. However, in many cases, just a good cleaning can revive them and no repainting is required. The most common problems are dirt and mildew and they can be effectively eliminated with power washing. If you do need to repaint, pressure washing is an excellent surface preparation.

Power washing tools

First, let’s talk about the equipment you need. The most important is, obviously, a power washing machine.

There are electric and gas pressure washers. The former cost less and are lighter. But they are less powerful and more suitable for smaller, lighter jobs. Gasoline models are more powerful and suitable for tougher jobs. Specifically, cleaning your house exterior will take several times longer with an electric power washer. However, gas powered machines are costlier, noisier, less portable and need to be refueled.

Let’s explain the difference in effectiveness. The effectiveness is expressed in cleaning units which are pressure power PSI (pound per square inch) multiplied by flow rate GPM (gallons per minute). The bigger this number is, the more suitable for tough jobs the power washer is; which means it can tackle dirtier surfaces and clean quicker. Most often the PSI and GPM are listed as characteristics of different models. Typical electrical pressure washer boasts about 1200 psi at 1,5 GPM, while typical homeowner grade gas unit will deliver 2000 – 3000 PSI at about 2 GPM. Professional models deliver even more than that.

You can rent a power washer or buy your own to use over and over again. They are not very expensive and it might make sense to buy one. However, keep in mind that it will need to be stored somewhere and it will need to be maintained.

Pressure washer pushes water out of a tip on its wand. The diameter of the tip is important and greatly influences the effectiveness and the end result. Some basic washers only have one tip and might have a couple of settings for it. More serious machines have a set for various purposes. Generally speaking, the smaller the diameter is, the more forceful the water stream will be. The tips are universally color-coded. Yellow nozzles spray at a fan pattern of 15 degrees, green at 25 degrees, and white at 40 degrees. The black 60-degree tip is used for applying soap. Green and white are general purpose tips and are also used for rinsing off soap. Reserve the red nozzle (0 degrees) for unusual applications like stripping off hardened mud.

Another useful tool is an extension wand. Its use is recommended because pressure washing from the ladder is not safe. Gutter extension is a convenient way to clean gutters. Bruch attachment is not necessary and is mostly useful for jobs such as car cleaning.

Very often people are wondering whether or not to use soap. Soap significantly improves the end result – the surface will be cleaner and might not need another wash longer. Application of soap makes for a more tedious project but is worth it.

Use soap specifically designed for power washing and match it to the type of surface being cleaned. We will talk more about using soap later on.

Other tools you will need:

  • a 3/4″ diameter garden hose with standard couplings.
  • a bucket for mixing soap;
  • safety glasses and ear muffs;
  • optional: plastic sheets, garden sprayer, bleach, brushes, rubber boots, etc.

Let’s take a break for now. We will continue with the detailed step-by-step guide of the power washing process in the next article. Stay tuned.

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Hunter Douglas Celebration of Light Rebate

Summer is fast approaching with its sunny days, breezy nights and pleasing views. Take advantage of all these summer splendors with the right window treatments. Plus, you will reap some savings with the Hunter Douglas Celebration of Light Rebate offer on certain window shades.

The promotion runs until June 26, 2017. As usual with Hunter Douglas rebates, you will receive a prepaid reward card with total rebate amount. The funds will not expire but, in order to avoid a monthly fee, you will need to use the full amount with 6 months. There are minimum purchase requirements in order to qualify for a rebate, so see below for specifics and qualifying products.

Eligible Window Treatments

Alustra Pirouette: $100 for every 2 shades (2 shades minimum)
Alustra Silhouette: $100 for every 2 shades (2 shades minimum)
Pirouette Shades: $100 for every 2 shades (2 shades minimum)
Silhouette Shades: $100 for every 2 shades (2 shades minimum)
Luminette Shades: $100 for every shade purchased

Call or contact us to get a free consultation and an estimate or for more information on the rebate.

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Pantry Organization Solutions and Tips

As we continue discussing organization solutions for your home, let’s talk about another place begging for some order in most homes – pantry. Even walk-in pantries are prone to becoming messy and seemingly lacking of storage space. However, the problem for most, big and small, is the absence of organization. You will be amazed at how much storage capacity could be gained by instilling some order to this all-important space.

Not to sound like a broken record… but start with a clean out. Just like other areas we have already covered, pantries accumulate lots of items that should be discarded but remain and take space. Go through everything you have in your pantry and throw away expired foods and broken items. Consider donating non-perishables that you do not need or long unused things like kitchenware or containers. However, before getting rid of potential storage helpers create an organization plan. Maybe you could use what you already have.

Sort everything into groups of related items as you go. This will make it easier during to next stage when you create your organization plan and then start loading things back in.

Once only needed items remain and everything is sorted, take a good look and create a plan. Decide on the best way to keep and where to put your belongings.

We will not go into various possibilities for containers, holders, tiered towers, etc. and the best placement. We will rather concentrate on foundational things like cabinets, shelving and accessories options. The main thing to remember is to put the most frequently used items at an eye level and within the easiest reach.

Storage and organization solutions

As with other spaces, you can choose to go with wire or solid shelving. Benefits and drawbacks of each have been previously discussed in the article on closet organization. Pantries tend to contain a lot of smaller sized items which can make wire problematic. BUT… you are advised to keep such items in a container of some sort and not free roaming.

Now, if you have a walk-in, generous size pantry, you have 2 options: open shelves or cabinets. Open shelves provide clear view, a little easier access, and don’t require any clearance for door opening. Closet cabinets will hide less aesthetically pleasing items, protect contents from dust or “unauthorized access” (for example, spirits from children), and will result in a streamlined clean look. So, it is really up to you and both can find their place in the same pantry.

Beautiful walk-in pantry

No matter with kind of storage you decide on, choose the one that lets you adjust the height of shelves. It is very important.

Another important feature of the system you choose is pull outs. They make it for so much more convenient access. Depending on the system, you might be able to get pull out shelves or drawers (excellent for bulky appliances, for example, or larger containers) and pull out baskets (great for produce that do not require refrigeration).

If you keep items besides food in your pantry, then extras such as dividers for sheets, trays, and other large thin pieces, or wine racks, or glassware holders can be very handy.

Example of tray divider, wine rack and glass holder accessories

Pantry door does not need to be forgotten and can be outfitted with additional storage, like hanging shelves, baskets, holders, or hooks. Even cabinet doors (a bonus of the closed system) could be useful for proving more space with hanging accessories.

ORGhome storage solutions that we offer provide all of the above possibilities combined with excellent quality and professional design and installation. We have successfully converted not small reach-in and larger walk-in pantries into pride and joy of our customers. A well-organized pantry will have numerous benefits starting with less stress and all the way to enjoying homemade meals.

We will be glad to help you achieve these so don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

See other articles in the series: What Makes A Great Closet And How To Get One For Your Home and Organizing Your Garage

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Organizing Your Garage

Let’s keep on the subject of organizing your home and continue with a garage organization because for most people it is the space that needs it most urgently.

We are not going to tell you that one of your biggest investments is sitting under the elements, bird droppings, and fallen leaves, or that it gets crazy hot inside in the summer or bone chilling cold in the winter. You know that yourself. But just think whether you are really tired of the hassle of looking for something or getting something out when you need it.

Remember, the goal of organizing the garage is to keep things off the floor and easily available.

Clean out

As with any organization project, the first and most important step is to clean out and throw away the clutter you don’t need, like something you have not used in a couple of years. Be very thorough with this step and you are off on your way to a truly nice garage.

Consider involving the entire family because they might have to make decisions about their items and it will go faster this way too. Separating things you are keeping into categories as you go helps tremendously.

Move elsewhere

Every garage has items that are actually better stored in other places, so consider finding them a new home.

Paint should be kept in a climate controlled environment or it will go bad.

If your garage is not temperature controlled, then it is not a good place for a fridge either. Otherwise, it will be an inefficient energy sucker.

Propane can ignite and explode and should always be stored outside.

Things that attract bugs and wild life, like paper dishes or food (pet or human) should be in the house and not in the garage.

Getting it done!

After you have only the really needed items and everything is sorted into categories waiting to be stored, you are ready for the next part – organizing. The bonus of sorting in advance is that you now know exactly what you have in each group so that you can decide on how to store those items best.

It pays to think the layout through in advance. It is even better to have a sketch that shows the type of organization solution for each group of items and its location.

In fact, this is exactly what professionals like us will do – create a layout draft to go by.

Garage organizers

Shelves/cabinets. The main storage space is usually created with either shelves or cabinets. It may be a good idea to use both because they are best for different purposes. Open shelves are great because they allow to easily see and access stored items. Cabinets are irreplaceable for keeping things away from easy reach (like, chemicals) or dust, storing something unsightly, and they give a very neat look overall.

Storage solutions we offer can be made in a number of finishes with varying configurations of shelves, hooks, and rods. There is a number of different cabinet types, like shelving units, hanging cabinets for sports gear or garden tools, recycling units with pull out bins, drawer cabinets, sink base cabinet, etc. All cabinets are raised above the floor for easy cleanup and to keep items away from moisture. Our cabinets can also be ordered with glass doors.

Track systems. These are wall mounted rails that allow for attachment of various accessories, like baskets, hooks, magnetic bars, etc. The accessories are chosen depending on the items your need to store on the track, like garden tools, soft items, power tools, hand tools, and even bicycles. We offer Silver Track system for storing a variety things.

Example of a garage organization solution with cabinets, track system, tool panel, and custom work/entertainment station

Peg boards/panelized systems. These are another variation of wall mounted solutions. In the case of a peg board, you can hang things from pegs that get inserted into the board’s holes. Peg boards give great flexibility of item placement and are inexpensive. However, they cannot be used for heavier items. Panels are used to attach accessories that store items up on a wall. This is similar to a track system but gives more flexibility for item placement. They are also capable of supporting reasonable heavy objects, like bikes. We offer an ORGwall system with a multitude of attachments for basically any purpose.

Ceiling mounted racks are usually used for keeping bulky and/or rarely used items.

Of course, many more storage solutions exist for achieving specific results. We have briefly touched on the main groups that match the needs of most home owners and can be used for a variety of items.

Finishing touches

Finally, we would like to talk about the garage floor. Typical garage floor is a concrete slab with expansion joints (or cracks) and quickly gets stained with oil, paint, dirt, and what not. The result is, quite frankly, not that good looking. When you tackle your garage organization project and clear up the floor, you might arrive at a pretty unsightly view. There is, however, a great solution. We recommend painting the floor. It will cover the ugliness, protect from future spills and also help control the moisture. The floor needs to be painted with a special paint. An epoxy based product is used most often and gives great results.

Please, feel free to call or email Colorwise and More for help with your garage organization project. We will be happy to do as much or as little as you want.

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Custom Closet Frequently Asked Questions and Tips

In the previous two articles, we have shared some of the wisdom we have accumulated while designing and installing custom closet systems for our customers. Today, we decided to address some of the specific questions about custom closets that we hear most often. While giving our answers to these questions, we will give some tips and pointers.

How much does the custom closet system cost?

Well, that may be the most frequently asked question. However, it is impossible to throw a number and say that this is how much it costs. The price is determined by the type of the system (wire, laminate, hanging or standing), the number of units, the type and size of units, finishes, accessories, and decorative elements.

To give you an idea, the hanging system will be more economical than standing, wire is less expensive that laminate, and plain white/off-white laminate finish is cheaper than woodgrain or real wood.

The more material is used the more expensive the unit will be. Thus, taller units with deeper shelves cost more than shorter ones with standard shelves. If there are drawers or doors, they will add to the price. The high-end decorative touches like moldings, glass and stone countertops will bring the price even higher.

A quote can only be prepared for a design after seeing your specific space and determining your specific requirements.

Is there a difference between floor standing and wall mounted closets?

Customers who ask this questions are well aware that one system sits on the floor and the other is hung on the wall. They mean the difference in usability, price, ease of installation, and so forth.

Compare wall mounted system to a floor standing system

Generally speaking, wall mounted units are more economical and are suitable for any type of closet or storage provided the wall is capable of supporting them. This system is hung on a metal horizontal bar that is attached to the wall studs. With wall mounted units, you typically will have a gap between the top of a unit and a ceiling and a gap between the floor and the bottom of a unit. This may or may not be a desirable feature (for example, convenient to clean floor but no organization). Also, there is a limit on the weight of the content of wall-hung elements.

Floor standing systems usually cost more but create a built-in, furniture look and provide more opportunities for customization and decoration. There are more options for trims and decorative elements. The shelves can usually be adjusted after the installation. These systems sit on the floor while being secured to the wall to prevent tipping. They can hold more weight and have deeper shelves. However, their installation usually requires removal of base wall trim.

What are the best closet accessories?

Closet accessories are sometimes overlooked but are true gems of the closet design. Simply adding the right accessories can transform a disappointing closet into a true workhorse.

The following are the most useful additions to your closet. The need for some depends, of course, on your specific requirements.

Belt\tie\scarf racks eliminate messy piles or “here-and-there” situations and introduce order. They make this items highly visible and easily accessible. For very limited space you may consider pull-out belt\tie\scarf valets.

Pull-down hanging rods are exceptionally convenient for utilizing the higher levels of your closet and keeping the clothes quickly and easily available. They come with a handle that lets you raise the rod out of the way into a storage positions and to lower it within your reach. Pull-down rods do take up some space though for mounting and operation.

Example of a pull-down hanging rod closet accessory

Wire baskets are useful because they are transparent on all sides and make their content highly identifiable. Another use (and usually is the most obvious one) is as a laundry hamper.

Drawer dividers help keep drawer contents organized and quickly available.

Jewelry drawers
Some people like storing their jewelry in a closet so that they can do dressing and accessorizing in one place. Additionally, if you have quite bit of jewelry you might find that a special storage in a spacious closet is ideal. There are, of course, other reasons for keeping it in a closet. No matter the reason, jewelry drawers and dividers are a popular closet accessory and come in several different ways. Colorwise and More offers velvet lined jewelry drawer trays and slide-out trays. The drawer trays can have an optional lock feature. The 2-level slide out trays are hidden behind a drawer front that tilts down and are easily accessible.

Example of a 2-tier pull-out jewelry tray closet accessory

Is laminate better that wire?

Laminated shelves are sturdier, more convenient for smaller items, and look more substantial, furniture-like. They are easier to clean and protect your clothes from dust better. The laminated system also allows for more flexibility after installation making adding elements and accessories as well as adjusting heights and locations possible.

Example of a pull-down hanging rod closet accessory

The main advantages of the wire system are the lower initial cost and lower level of skill required for the installation, meaning they are designed to be installed by the homeowner. The wire system’s elements can be easily modified by the installer but once installed, the system provides a more limited opportunity for customization.

How to use the corners?

There are a couple of way to utilize the corner space. One is to use a corner shelving unit or run the shelves on both sides of a corner. The drawback may be some dead space in the very back of a corner depending on the width of shelves.

Another option is to install a hanging rod into the corner on one side and install another unit (preferably with no hanging space) on the other side but no closer than 24” to the corner.

One thing you definitely should not do is to run 2 hanging rods into the corner across each other.

We hope that was useful and informative for many of you who are thinking about redesigning their closets or are already implementing some changes. As always, should this project become too much or you just decide that you would rather have the professionals do it for you, please, call or email Colorwise and More.

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What Makes A Great Closet And How To Get One For Your Home (Continued)

We have begun sharing our insights into designing a great, functional closet in the first post. We have defined what makes a great closet and the most challenging aspect of closet design – efficient usage of space. Now let’s discuss the other traits of a great closet.

Addressing Specific Needs

This aspect has to do with what kind of closet you create: a basic bedroom closet, a dressing bedroom closet, a laundry room, hobby closet, general storage, etc. For example, you don’t need handing rods for a pantry and you might not want an ironing board in your bedroom closet. There are many accessories that extend the standard components and their inclusion will depend on the intended closet use.

You also need to take into account specific requirements, such as whether you want a sitting space, space for your shoes, a mirror, a TV, a secure storage for jewelry, etc., and any other particular requirements of the intended use and your habits and desires.

Closet to store shoes plus usage of closet accessories

Here we also include the analysis of your belonging that will be placed in the closet. For a general storage closet, think about how many and what size/shape items you need to store. This will determine the space between the shelves, for example. If we are talking about a bedroom closet, then you need to analyze your particular wardrobe. Consider carefully what items you own and what the best way to place them is, for example, hanging versus folding. This will determine the ratio of the handing space to the shelf space and the amount of drawer or basket space.

Common mistake: underestimating how much hanging vs shelf space is really needed to accommodate your wardrobe.


The often overlooked or discounted requirement for a great closet is good thoughtful lighting. The dimly lit closet is very far from functional. It is very frustrating to look for anything when you cannot see clearly. Even if you have a good light source in one spot, it is usually not sufficient to make the closet really functional because it might not cover the entire space or you may block it with your body.

Example of good closet lighting

Natural light from a window or skylight is great to have but is not enough (it needs to be supplemented with artificial sources) and, strictly speaking, is not necessary. So, if there is no natural light in your closet, it is not a problem at all. In fact, there are certain drawbacks to having sunlight in the closet. It causes fading and windows reduce usable space and introduce privacy issues.

For the lighting to be adequate, it needs to be bright enough, cover all areas, and be positioned between you and the closet elements. Sometimes, spot lighting is a great addition. Think about safety as well and choose lighting sources that are low heat and will not be a fire hazard.

Visibility and Accessibility

Visibility has to do with the ability to see as many items as possible, say more than the top layer or first row. Seeing all the items gives you more options and saves time looking. Accessibility is the ease of retrieving what you need. The most basic approach is to have the most used items at the eye level. You can build on this by utilizing drawers that bring items from back to front, dividers that help keep things separated, or wire baskets that make their contents visible. Another idea is to use special accessories, like tie or belt valets, pull-down clothing rods or sliding trays. All of the above make stored items not only clearly visible but easily accessible.

Example of closet designed with visibility in mind

These are the ideas we wanted to share with you. Hopefully, they can help you make changes to your existing closet or design a brand new one and truly enjoy the result. Please, share your tips and advice in the comments. And remember, we are easy to reach should you decide to entrust us with your closet design project. If you have a home in Lewes, Rehoboth Beach or other Delaware beach areas, just call or send us a message.

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What Makes A Great Closet And How To Get One For Your Home

A little over a year ago, we announced a new service to our customers – custom closet design and installation. Since then, we have been busy helping people improve their lives by bringing beautiful design, order and usability to their closets. We have completed a lot of projects and gained quite a bit of additional insight. We have seen just how much happier a great closet makes its owner and we want to share our knowledge.

So, what makes a closet great? Simple – true usability. Visual appeal is important too but it is a wrapper, an icing on a cake of a functional design. OK, but what creates true usability? The cornerstones of usability are efficient use of space, accessibility, addressing specific needs, good visibility, and comfort. Let’s talk in more detail.

Great functional closet

Efficient Use of Space

The efficient use of space means many things and is the most challenging area of closet design. If you are building a new closet, you might be able to plan ahead and build according to your design. However, more often you have to work with what already exists and make the best out of it.

First thing that might be considered is the closet door. It may either greatly improve the available space or quite the opposite. The door selection affects the accessibility aspect as well. Consider the most popular option for reach-in closets – bi-fold door. Bi-fold door does not require much space in front of the closet and makes no demands on the adjacent walls. However, it uses up space in the closet doorway and makes sides of the reach-in closet harder to access.

Similarly, bypass doors put no restrictions on space surrounding the closet but they block a half of the doorway greatly hindering the accessibility.

Regular swing door that swings out of the closet allows using all of the closet space but it needs front clearance to open.

Pocket door is the most space saving solution claiming no space inside or outside of closet. However, it presents a structural challenge for hanging closet elements. Because the wall studs need to be removed to create a “pocket” inside the wall for the door, the wall becomes weak and unable to support heavy objects. This might not be an issue in some cases. For example, if “pocket portion” of the wall will not be used for attaching closet elements that require sturdy support. The challenge can also be overcome with structural modifications of the wall that make attachment possible.

A window in a closet might be a desirable feature. In such case, consider using space under and around the window. A sitting bench, a chest of drawers or even shelves/rods could be placed underneath depending on window’s height. When working with a window, consider privacy, so think about the appropriate height and/or window treatments.

Under window sitting and storage

Another goal is to use the entire height of the room. This means using the floor with bins or for standing units. This also means going higher to the ceiling with either a high top shelf or a third hanging rod. The idea is to put the most used items at eye level, less used – below eye level, and the least used – above eye level. Floor and high spaces can be efficiently used for seasonal items, odd items, or bulky items.

Some closets have peculiar wall configurations that often result in a wasted space. The goal of designing a great closet is to not let that happen. It may be possible to place various accessories (like valet hangers, tie/belt/scarves hangers, mirror, hooks, etc.) or create a sitting area. If all else fails, consider using such space for decorating the closet.

Speaking of accessories, they can be great space savers. Tie/belt/scarf trees or pull-out valets, hidden pull out mirrors, trays, etc. can maximize the use of space and store many items in a quite small area.

Sliding belt rack can be attached to odd closet wall

We will continue talking about what makes a great closet in the upcoming post. Please, come back shortly for more insights.

Update: Read more on Getting a Great Closet.

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