Closet Storage Shelves and Cubes
Organize clothes, shoes and more with storage shelves and cubes.
Shelves, storage cubes and closet racks can be powerful tools in creating an effective closet organization system. Whether you choose a custom wood system, a coated-wire system or a melamine organization system, using shelves, storage cubes and closet racks can make getting organized and staying that way a pleasure.
Many closet organization systems, whether professionally installed or a do-it-yourself project kit, can be tailored to fit your needs with accessories and hardware. Consider which kinds of items you use most frequently and configure the closet storage system to put those items in easy reach. Bins and baskets for those items you use most often can keep shelves neat and storage cubes are handy for larger, bulkier items like jeans and sweaters.
Closet racks for shoes and other accessories keep them neat, organized and protected from damage. Racks are available in a variety of styles and sizes and whether they are standing, hanging or revolving racks maximize space and reduce piles of clutter. Adjustable racks can be put together easily and be tailored to fit in spaces that often are under-utilized.
Ready to assemble modular storage systems come in a variety of mix and match options with cubbies, drawers and shelves. They are easy to assemble and allow for a versatility and flexibility so that your closet can be adjusted as your needs change or as children grow.
See also: Closet Planning Guide
- Best Uses for Rods and Racks
- Armoires and Wardrobes: Closet Storage Ideas and Solutions
- Clothes Racks and Portable Closets
- Wire Closet Shelving and Organization Systems
- Shoe Racks for Closets
- Closet Storage Baskets
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