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Tips for Organizing your Children's Closet

When you are organizing a closet for a child, there are some important things to keep in mind. Most importantly, you will want to organize the space based on your child’s height. Even the most beautiful built-in shelving unit won’t be of use if your child cannot reach the items on the shelves. In addition to investing in a closet unit that promotes easy organization, it’s also important to remove any clothes or shoes that your child does not wear. Getting rid of unused items is a great way to save space and to keep the focus on the essential items. Check out this video for more tips on how to create a child-friendly custom closet.

At Bay Home & Window, we specialize in creating custom closet systems. Give us a call at (925) 264-6751 for more information about our home organization systems, custom closets, and built-in furniture options.

An Overview of the Most Popular Types of Closets

If you’re considering revamping your closet space, there are a few options to consider. At Bay Home & Window, we understand the importance of finding the perfect organizational system for you. Here’s an overview of the most popular types of closets available today:

Reach-In Closets

These types of closets are perfect for hallways, bathrooms, and rooms that are smaller in size. They are typically limited in square footage and feature a bar for storing clothes on hangers. These days, there are many organizational products that can help maximize the practicality and capacity of a standard reach-in closet. Some examples are stacking cube organizers, drawer units, and organizational units for shoes or ties that hang over the door.

Walk-In Closets

There are many size and design options for walk-in closets. Walk-in closets can be outfitted with hanging bars, drawers, or even seating and mirror options. Before you build, it’s important to consider the function that your walk-in closet will provide. Some people use their walk-in closets to store a variety of items, including extra bedding, laundry baskets, or children’s toys, while others use their walk-in closets exclusively for clothing and maybe even as a dressing room.

Armoires and Wardrobes

If you’re not ready to construct a brand new closet, a wardrobe or armoire might be right for you. In a room with underutilized corner space, wardrobes can be designed to fit within that space. Armoires are free-standing closets that are perfect for children’s clothing. A big bonus for armoires is that they are incredibly easy to customize in order to match the style of your room. A vintage armoire provides a warm old-world feel and a modern armoire can give a stylish minimalist look to any space.

At Bay Home & Window, we want to help you build the closet of your dreams. Our talented professionals specialize in home organization systems and custom closet design. If you’re ready to begin discussing your closet options, give us a call at (925) 264-6751.

Are Sun Wood Shutters Right for You?

At Bay Home & Window of Pleasanton, we offer a variety of quality interior shutters from a number of different manufacturers because everyone has different needs and tastes. If you're trying to decide if one brand is better for your home than others, it's helpful to take a close look at each and compare them. Today let's take a closer look at Sun Wood Shutters.

Sun Wood Shutters are designed to help you get the best of everything for the price range. They feature innovative, quality engineering that makes them extremely durable and flexible in application. These interior shutters are designed to be used and utilized by the home owner, not to just look pretty. Even so, the quality finishes make Sun Wood Shutters extremely attractive, and many choices are available to compliment a variety of home décor themes.

If you'd like to get a closer look at Sun Wood interior shutters, or of any of the other brands we carry, come visit us at Bay Home & Window. Serving the San Francisco and surrounding areas, we'll be happy to help you make the absolute best selection for your home. Call (925) 401-3951 today to speak with one of our experts about interior shutters for your home or business.

Organizational Tips for Small Closets

Daughter and mom choosing apparel

Many people believe that small closets simply cannot have an effective organization system. The truth is that tiny closet spaces have inspired some of the most creative ideas and solutions to get the most out of the area. It takes a custom closet design to make the space work for you, but getting there isn’t necessarily difficult or expensive. Here are some tips:

Divide and Conquer

You can put so much more in a tiny space if you have lots of shelves. Shelves should be spaced as closely together as possible while still being far enough apart to serve their intended purpose. For example, you may only need four to six inches at the top of your closet to store your extra blankets, so there’s no need to leave a foot of space between the top shelf and the ceiling. On the other hand, your folded sweaters may need 18 inches or more. You might even add shelf dividers to section up your horizontal space. Don’t feel like you have to arrange your shelves by some generic standard—do what works for you!

Contain Small Items

Divided trays or baskets are excellent closet organization tools when you have small items that tend to get lost in the mix. If you have many small accessories, consider a small stackable drawer system that you can put on one of your shelves. Items like ties and scarves can be looped through hardware or hooks you install in the wall. Shoes can go into a door pocket organizer or on their own shelf, depending on your needs.

Label Everything

You’re making the most of a small space, so you’re probably putting a lot of items into it. Try using adhesive labels to make sure that everyone knows exactly where everything is or should go. It’ll cut down on shuffling up your newly organized space looking for something specific.

At Bay Home & Window, we provide standard and custom closet organization systems to people in and around the San Francisco area. Stop by today or call (925) 846-3400 for more information on our closet organization systems, interior shutters, and other products for your home.

How to Set Up a Productive Home Office

When you’re ready to set up a home office, you’ll find tons of tips for making it beautiful and more productive. One of the most common mistakes people make with all of this information is not being able to see the forest for the trees. That is, before you choose any pieces or accents for your home office, you must first make sure that it will work for you instead of just looking like something out of a magazine.

Check out this video for some excellent tips on setting up a home office space and selecting your furniture, no matter what size space you have to work with or what you’ll be doing every day. Remember that organization is a key, so be sure to make provisions for shelf space and closet organization systems to keep your supplies contained.

For help with your closet organization system, come see us at Bay Home & Window. Visit us online or call (925) 846-3400. Visit our showroom in San Francisco to learn how our organization systems and interior shutters can help you transform any room in your home into a productive and beautiful home office space.

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