Custom Closets Brooklyn NY

One of the most popular trends in home design is the creation of custom closet spaces. Over the past few decades, closets have grown in new-home construction, but whether you have a newer home with a walk-in closet or an older home with a reach-in closet in Brooklyn, everyone can use a little help getting organized.

Smart Closet Solution
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1080 McDonald Ave
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2277 Homecrest Avenue
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270 W 36th St
New York, NY
 
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230 5th Ave
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2003 Stillwell Avenue
Brooklyn, NY
 
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149 W 21st St
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230 5th Ave
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Custom Closets

Provided By: Realty Times

One of the most popular trends in home design is the creation of custom closet spaces. Over the past few decades, closets have grown in new-home construction, but whether you have a newer home with a walk-in closet or an older home with a reach-in closet, everyone can use a little help getting organized.

The trend in custom closets really began in the early 1980's when a company emerged that was dedicated to creating storage solutions. California Closets has since become one of the best known companies for such projects. Not only did they introduce the specialty of organization but of functional style as well. These days there are countless businesses across the country that offer the same service and the possibilities range from simple and structured, to lavish and luxurious.

One of the reasons custom closets have become such a must-have especially in bedrooms, is that they reduce closet clutter (which can in-turn reduce stress) by improving the efficiency of the space. It also improves the aesthetic appeal of the closet which allows the homeowner to see it and treat it as another room in the home, rather than just a cramped space. And some realtors and homeowners believe that by adding more usable space to the home it can actually increase resale value.

If you're looking to revamp your closet there are a number of directions to go. First, you should consider all the choices out there for maximizing space and then decide whether you plan tackle the project on your own or if you'd rather hire a professional.

Of course each custom closet varies greatly by the particular layout of the closet and specific needs of the homeowner. Some of the more basic elements include pullout drawers to store folded clothes, shoe racks or shelves, wired or solid shelving for stacking things, and tiered hanging bars for clothing. But what make each closet truly "custom" are the stylish and even decorative elements that come next.

Custom closets are meant to reflect the dcor and color scheme that is present in the larger room surrounding it. Wooden veneers in dark or light stains or finishes can be added to the drawer and cupboard faces. Or you can choose frosted or clear glass to showcase what lies inside. Shelves can be colored to match the room and islands or other shelving units can even be fitted with more luxurious materials such as marble or granite. Storage baskets or bins are often used to give a uniformed look and can come in plastic, metal or basket weaves. And to top it off, mirrors and specialty lighting can be incorporated to make the space more inviting and user-friendly.

With the countless options out there, it's easy to see why custom closets are an ever popular remodeling project. Not only does it make it easier to find what to wear in the morning, but it adds a creative and more personal touch to a place that in the past was overlooked.

Author: Tara Darby
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