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
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.
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.
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.