Posted on September 30 2018
In the Edwardian days, no estate home was without a room sized closet. In fact, these were referred to as "dressing rooms." The formal dressing room was usually half the size of a master bedroom. It was outfitted with a bed, full length mirror and several armoires to store apparel, shoes, ties and ladies scarves, belts and possibly a large chifferobe with drawers and shelves on one side and a place for hanging additional clothing on the opposite side. This room also provided a comfortable chair and a chaise lounge for relaxing. These older style custom closets create new ideas for custom closet designs for today with a slight nod to modern conveniences.Read More
Posted on August 30 2018
Almost every bedroom is equipped with a closet. Whether it is a standard depth closet or a walk in, there are home organization products available to maximize your space and increase your cleanliness. The world of home organization products is rapidly growing, because people are realizing the need to be able to locate something quickly or be able to see exactly what they have. Without organization products in your home, it is easy for things to go to waste or for clothes to never be worn because they are forgotten in the back of a drawer or bottom of a closet. With a custom closet, that won't ever be a concern againRead More
Posted on June 15 2018
There are different methods of organizing a wardrobe. Some women organize by classifying their clothing into groups such as pants, jerseys, sweaters, shirts, dresses and skirts. Some choose to organize their wardrobe by color and others prefer to have outfits hanging together. While each of these methods have benefits, they have downsides too.Read More
Posted on April 01 2018
Millenials tend to prefer walkable neighborhoods with good public transit. This preference practically dictates that residential spaces that appeal to this crowd will be smaller than a typical sprawling suburban house. So, perhaps it should be unsurprising that Millenial design trends place a high value on clean lined open design. This approach makes a small space feel less claustrophobic. It can make a small home feel as open and spacious as a larger home with a more closed up and detailed design approach.Read More
Posted on March 20 2018
Whether it's a small apartment or a home with only one closet, it can be tough to share with your significant other without a serious plan of attack. You'll need to work together to plan your closet space so you're both happy with the outcome. He might need hanging space for his suits while she might need a separate place for shoes and bags. You can't haphazardly start tossing your items in the closet with the hope that you'll mesh with your partner's clothing storage needs.Read More
Posted on January 20 2018
Today it seems like everyone is after more closet space. If you’re one of those people, and are looking for ways to maximize the amount of space available in your reach-in closet, you’ve come to the right place. Building and designing closet systems in Naples, or anywhere else, is actually much easier and simpler than most people even realize. Before doing anything else, the first thing you need to do is come up with a clear vision of what you want your reach in closet design to look like. There are many different options and possibilities out there, so feel free to use your imagination and get creative with it. These designs are great for any geographic location, whether you want custom closets in Naples, Florida, or San Francisco, California, it doesn’t matter. Below we have listed four of our favorite and easiest ways to design your closet.Read More
Posted on January 10 2018
Regardless of whether you are buying or building your own custom closet, it's important that you take some time to plan appropriately. Each person is different in their specific needs for their closet. By asking yourself these simple questions listed below, you can start to construct a plan that will produce the ideal closet set up for your specific needs.
Posted on December 10 2017
When you decide to purchase or design a custom-made closet organizer, there are a number of questions that your designer will ask. They will major largely on your expectations, needs and wants. Having an idea of what exactly you want will enable you and the designer to agree fast on a workable solution. Below are some 10 questions you will likely come across when looking forward to purchasing or designing your closet systems.Read More
Posted on November 10 2017
Captivating designs are an inspiration to people. As a result, designers spend sleepless nights trying to come up with beautiful projects that will appeal to many people. Knikki Grantham is the Trends Manager at Belwith- Keeler, and she knows the essence of good designs in her line of work. Owing to her passion of design that transcends both the lines of architecture and fashion, the firm has since created state-of-the-art hardware that completely blends with the modern trends.Read More
Posted on October 31 2017
The wonders of the modern technology are insurmountable. These advances in technology have enabled effective designing with the use of highly innovative interior design tools. Most surprisingly, these devices are conveniently accessible on applications lodged in smartphones for use by both the learners and experts.
Consequently, designing of closet systems has been taken a notch higher through the utilization of these new programs. These apps make use of virtual reality and 3D technology as an aid in designing process. Better yet, there is still another design tool picking-up momentum in the present times in the design called augmented reality.Read More
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