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The Process of Installing Closet Shelving

There are many home organization systems in the Bay Area to choose from, but placing shelves in your closet is a great option to increase your space. Watch this video to learn how to place shelves in your closet today.

To install your shelves, measure the space you are planning to place them. Decide where you want to place your shelf and mark it on the wall with a level. Mount your brackets with wall anchors and then place the shelves on top of your brackets.

If you are looking to create more space and organization in your closet, call Bay Home and Window at (800) 701-4555. For more than two decades, we have been building custom closets and shelving for our customers in the Bay Area. We look forward to helping you with your closet and organizational needs.

Selecting the Right Doors for Your Closets

Whether you are buying a new home or redecorating your current one, choosing the right doors for your closet can help to enhance your home’s overall design aesthetic. By working with a company that specializes in closets in the Bay Area, and doing some research on your own, you can be sure to choose the doors that will best suit your home. To help you begin your research, here is a look at some of your closet door options.

Sliding Doors

Sliding doors are a great option for a tighter space or high traffic area, as they do not use any extra room space to open or close. Sliding doors are a wonderful way to allow the design of your room to be accented. They come in a wide variety of materials, patterns, and color choices, making your closet anything but an eyesore.

Classic Hinged Swinging Door

Traditionally, this door is seen as the gateway to reach-in closets. These closets can have one or two hinged doors, allowing for easy access to what is inside the closet space. This door is a great option for someone who is looking for a bit more storage space, as one can install hooks, racks, or mini-shelves onto the door itself.

Bi-Fold Doors

Bi-fold doors are another great option to access your reach-in closet. As with sliding doors, these doors do not take up any space when being opened. A perk of bi-fold doors is that they allow you access to the entire space of your closet, whereas sliding doors often do not allow access to the entire width.

Working with a company that specializes in custom closets will help you to enhance your home’s beauty. To get started, call Bay Home and Window today at (800) 701-4555. We have an expert staff waiting by to help you design the closet of your dreams.

Keeping Your Closet Clean

A clean, well-organized closet can help to keep your clothes in optimum condition and make it easier for you to find the garments you need. You can create a tidier closet by following a few simple steps. Watch this video to find more about how to make more efficient use of your closet.

The video offers some useful tips on how to sort through your clothes and decide which to keep and which to get rid of. It gives advice on what to do with your unwanted garments and whether to donate or sell them. Finally, the video explains how you can use wire shelving, an additional hanging rod, or a dresser, to maximize closet space.

At Bay Home and Window, we offer a number of customized closet organization systems. To learn more about our Bay Area closets , or for a free consultation, call us at (800) 701-4555.

Ideas for Organizing Your Closet

Closet organization Bay areaA tidy, well-organized closet can make your daily life a lot easier. When your clothes are clearly visible and easy to locate, selecting outfits is a much more straightforward task. The first step towards organizing your closet is to sort through your clothes and donate or sell any items which you no longer wear. Once you’ve done that, you’re ready to begin sorting your garments into categories. There are optimum ways to store each type of garment.

Tops and Sweaters

Tops are best stored on hangers. Sweaters should be carefully folded. You can use cedar wood balls to protect your knitwear from moths. Drawer dividers can help to keep your knits in neat, distinct piles.

Jeans and Pants

You can arrange your collection of jeans by wash, from darker to lighter. Jeans are best hung upside down, from their pant hems. Clip hangers are ideal for pants. Fold the edges of the pants in carefully before hanging them, to make sure the clips don't leave creases.

Dresses and Bags

It's best not to leave dresses in garment bags, as these contain chemicals which can damage the fabric. You can hang dresses by color, length or season to make it easier to select the right dress for each occasion. Purses can look attractive displayed on shelves. Keeping the purses clearly visible can encourage you to swap purses more often.

Lingerie, and Jewelry

It can feel luxurious to store your lingerie in silk-lined drawers. Slip in some sachets of lavender to give your smalls a subtle scent. Remember to rotate lingerie regularly, to ensure that you are wearing all the items in your collection of undergarments. Jewelry can be stored discreetly and conveniently in a small built-in drawer.

Here at Bay Home & Window, we specialize in Bay Area closet organization systems. Let us help you create a closet tailored to your personal storage needs. Call us at (800) 701-4555 to find more.

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