Give Up On the Clutter – 4 Home Storage Systems for Your Peace of MindOctober 21, 2015
Does the clutter in your Carolina home make you feel stressed, anxious and frazzled? These are normal responses to a messy house, but you don’t have to live this way. What you need is a custom storage system for each major cluttered area of your home so you can gain peace of mind. Here are four rooms to organize with the help of a closet designer.
Start with the Master Bedroom Closet
This is where you spend time getting ready for your day. Does the process stress you out? Save time and feel more peaceful in the mornings by designing a custom walk-in closet. You might want to include:
- Shelves for storing purses, sweaters and other bulky items
- Drawers for tucking away undergarments, socks and pajamas
- Multi-tier hanging rods to maximize the height in your closet
- Cabinets to add sophistication to the closet and give you the ability to store items behind closed doors
- Pull-out wire bins for linens, towels or dirty clothes
- A fold-down ironing board to simplify the process of getting ready in the morning
Move on to the Pantry
A functional kitchen pantry gives you an out-of-sight place to store nonperishable foods, kitchen gadgets and Chinaware. Dividing the pantry into sections to store different products makes it easy to find what you’re looking for.
Knowing where everything is doesn’t just make your pantry look nicer; it also helps prevent food waste. After all, the more disorganized your pantry is, the longer some items are bound to sit around. Eventually, they go bad and you’re forced to throw them out.
The Laundry Room Can Get Messy, Too
Work with a professional to create a laundry room design that hides away your detergent, fabric softener, dryer sheets, iron and other laundry supplies. Built-in laundry cabinets and shelves, baskets, hooks, and hanging rods create a room that looks beautiful and performs flawlessly.
If your laundry room doubles as a mud room, you also need storage for items you want to grab and go on your way out the door. A bench to store shoes and boots, cabinets to hide umbrellas and beach bags, and hooks to hang jackets and backpacks make your laundry room a more functional transition area between your home and the garage.
Speaking of the Garage…
This overlooked room is easy to forget about, but since it often collects the most clutter, you can’t neglect the garage while organizing your home. One of the best storage investments you can make is to purchase wall-mounted garage cabinets and storage systems. These keep water and pests at bay while providing ample space to store all kinds of items.
A custom closet, prim pantry, lovely laundry room and good-looking garage are closer than you think. Start by requesting a free quote from Carolina Closets today.
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