Many variables accompany organizing your master bedroom and primary closets.
While it seems like a simple “how to organize a walk-in closet” or “walk-in closet organizer” google search would answer all your questions, it might only raise more. Where should you put your tie and belt racks? Where should adjustable shoe shelves go? How do you conserve closet space? Don’t worry; Saint Louis Closet Co. is here to answer all your questions. Get ready to be a pro at organizing your walk-in closet!
Maximize Your Space
One of the most important aspects of primary closet organization is maximizing space. To do this, you want to ensure that you utilize all available wall space. This is what will help even the tiniest closet have the largest impact.
To make the most out of your walk-in closet space, try installing:
Install A Two-Tier Adjustable Shoe Rack
Next, you want to consider what items will take up a considerable amount of space. While clothes can be folded in drawers and shelves or neatly hung, shoes are often difficult to find a spot for.
What is specifically complicated about shoe storage is that shoes are incredibly varied in height, width, and type. This is when adjustable shoe racks will save the day.
In the words of our fabulous designer, Mary, “adjustable shoe racks are great for adjusting to whatever height you need for boots, stilettos… flip flops, or sandals.” Never again will you have to struggle with finding the correct place for your shoes. With our adjustable shoe shelves, you can create whatever space you need.
Tie and Belt Racks for Walk-In Closets
While attention is often drawn to more oversized closet items, such as shoes and clothes, it is often the accessories that are the most challenging to organize.
Thankfully, Saint Louis Closet Co. has the perfect belt and tie rack ideas to organize your closet beautifully. When considering a belt rack for closet organization, you want one that simultaneously doesn’t take up too much space while still having the capacity to hang all your belts.
Luckily, our brass and chrome belt racks are the ideal solution. These cutting-edge belt racks slide in and out for accessibility. Furthermore, they take up very little space while being easily within reach.
Yes, it might seem like a tie and belt hanger is less important than clothing storage. However, when you take the time to focus on the tiny details, such as jewelry inserts, scarf racks, and wardrobe rails, you impact the overall functionality of your primary closet.
Saint Louis Closet Co.
Beginning your organizational journey might feel a little disconcerting, but your primary closet is the best place to start. It is an essential part of your house, even if it doesn’t feel like it right now. With the help of Saint Louis Closet Co., your primary closet will feel a lot more like home.
Visit our Maplewood showroom today or register for a free closet consultation so you can start organizing like a pro!