Bedroom Closet Ideas and Options
It's one of the most used and often most abused spaces in your home — the bedroom closet. Find out how to organize it with these practical storage solutions.
Chic Master Closet With Tie Rack
While a jewelry drawer insert is great for most knickknacks, a person with multiple long necklaces may need a different type of storage. A great way to decorate your closet, show off your favorite gems and make accessories handier is a tie rack. They're great for necklaces, scarves and, of course, ties.
The bedroom closet is one of the most-used spaces in a home, but it can often also be a messy, disorganized space behind those sliding closet doors. With a few simple storage solutions, your bedroom closet can be the organized oasis you always dreamed it would be.
Comfortable and Personal
An upgrade from the typical walk-in closet, boutique-inspired closets often incorporate seating, stylish lighting and other luxuries. In this closet by ClosetMaid, a plush rug and a comfortable bench create a place to relax, while framed photos and decorative boxes add a personal touch. The closet also features ample storage space in the form of drawers, shelves, shoe racks and rods.
Whether your style is traditional, modern or somewhere in between, choose a closet system that complements your home. California Closets' Venetian Wenge suite system features flat-panel drawers and simple hardware for a look that's sophisticated and contemporary. A stylish light fixture highlights the central island, while a woven rug and baskets add warmth to the sleek space.
A large doorway allows this closet by ClosetMaid to flow seamlessly off the master bedroom. The door also defines the his-and-hers zones of the closet, which are equipped with shelving, rods, a hutch for him and shoe storage for her. A double center island with a bench unites the space and adds extra storage space.
All in the Details
The right details can transform a typical closet into a stylish sanctuary. Decorative molding, an antique-looking light fixture and maple cabinetry with a distressed finish add vintage style to this closet by Wellborn Cabinet, Inc. Along with rods, drawers and slanted racks for shoes, the closet features built-in shelving for books, framed photos and other personal mementos.
Start by categorizing all of your clothing into individual piles. Use storage containers to stow away out-of-season clothing and place it on a shelf until it is needed. Make locating your clothing easier by purchasing a particular color of hangers for each member of the family.
Consider hanging hooks on the wall to help keep belts, scarves and ties up organized. A shoe rack or shelf that sits on the floor is also helpful for keeping shoes in one place. Shoeboxes are also a useful option if it is easier to store shoes on shelves.
If you have his-and-her bedroom closets, then you might consider more customizable options, like a tie rack or jewelry organizer. If drawers are available, consider dividers that can help to keep lingerie or small accessories from becoming a tangled mess.
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