Before we get into the 5 advantages, please take a moment and think about what your closet looked like this morning. Was it packed with sweaters, sweats, hats and handbags piled up high on the shelf, piles of shoes, belts, and boxes on the floor, and the closet rod stuffed full of clothes jammed together?
Next, think about how long it takes you every day to pick out an outfit; 5 minutes, 10 minutes? Is it hard to find the things you want to wear? Try to remember what your stress level is while you are picking out that outfit. Do you feel just a bit frustrated, maybe like you’re going to be late for work?
Now, imagine opening your closet and having everything neatly stored and ready for use. Imagine being able to put together your outfit as quickly as you can think “Blouse? Check… Skirt? Check… Shoes? Check… Undies? Check!”
So, now you have an understanding of what an organized custom closet can do for you. Simply put, making the most of the space you have can make a world of difference when it comes to your closet.
Rather than just stating that having an organized closet is wonderful, we’re going to break it down into 5 specific advantages.
Hopefully, we’ve made it easier for you to imagine what your life could be like if only your closet was organized. If you want more information, or if you’d like to know what can be done with your closet, you can request a design consultation with one of our closet designers by calling 1-800-838-7995 or using our form online. The consultation is free. We’ll schedule a convenient time for our design consultant to come visit you and discuss the various ways you can customize your closet space. In the meantime, feel free to visit our Custom Closets page, our Expressions section, and the Projects Gallery section for more ideas on layouts, accessories, and finishes.
Each of our custom systems is completely personalized and begins with a complimentary design appointment.Schedule a Consult
During the consultation you and a designer will discuss goals, desires, and project budget, with the aim of designing an organization system that will: