Closet systems in Jupiter
Have you outgrown your closet space? Perhaps a walk in closet system in your magnificent Jupiter home has always been on your bucket list and the time to spoil yourself is now. The possibilities for complete luxury and ergonomic perfection are endless when you consult with the closet experts at Schrapper’s Fine Cabinetry and Design, Inc., Jupiter.
The closet is no longer simply a storage space for your clothing and accessories: it is a space where you can unwind and enjoy relaxation time as you prepare your look for the day or night. One of the new trends is that more and more homeowners are opting for lounge areas with couches and recliners in their closet spaces.
The space used for a walk-in closet has grown exponentially – homeowners are using spaces that would once have been large enough for a living room or bedroom. Of course, a huge area is not essential and miracles can still be made using small spaces.
There is so much more choice available these days when it comes to materials and finishes. No longer simply utilitarian: crown molding, high gloss finishes or wraps, columns, raised panels, furniture feet, and high-end countertops made of granite and marble have become the norm. Exotic woods and modern surface materials are mixed for stunning results and brass and other metal finishes complete the look of pure luxury.
Closet system ideas
To make the most of your closet space, you need to keep it organized. It’s all too easy for disorder to take hold if you haven’t worked out ways to optimize the space you have. Try these innovative tips to help keep your closets at their most attractive and useful.
- Make use of the corners: As a walk-in closet is both a storage and dressing area, every inch of space is precious, especially if you need room to expand your wardrobe. The space in the corners of the closet often doesn’t get put to good use. It may not seem like there is much space to play with there, but try building in a set of custom corner shelves – now you have room for small accessories such as handbags.
- Double up your space: If you think you might run short of hanging space, you can always add a second bar. The addition of another hanging bar divides the area where you hang your clothes into two and gives you the space to hang twice as much as you would have before.
- Arrange your closet into zones: With the luxury of a walk-in closet, comes the space and opportunity to organize your clothing logically into areas and categories, precisely as you would want it. You could pack the drawers according to color, for example, or hang various items in four separate areas, each dedicated to a season. It’s up to you. Whatever way you think about your wardrobe – that’s how your closet should look. If the organizational system has personal meaning for you, you will be more likely to maintain it.
- Make good use of baskets, dividers and shoe organizers: Divide and organize your shelf space with wicker, fabric, wooden or plastic storage accessories. These help you keep your shelves orderly and create divisions and categories that should make things easier to store and find.
- Turn storage into decor: To free up more space in your closet, you could bring out certain favorite items and display them on shelves outside the closet, or you could get creative and arrange one wall of your closet as if it were a retail display, placing all your favorite items on separate floating shelves – on display for your appreciation when you don’t need them, and readily grabbable when the occasion calls for you to wear them.
We can offer plenty of design and storage ideas to enhance your walk-in closet. Every space is different and offers its own unique set of possibilities.
Customers are also opting for additional accessories such as jewelry displays, safes, ironing areas, laundry hampers, sound systems, and more. Shoe storage is a major factor in closet design as people want their shoes stored off the floor in an accessible place with each pair in its own designated spot.