New home designs generally offer big bedrooms and big closets — ideal for people who want functional and attractive walk-in closets. There is plenty of space for a design professional to create an organization system that’s right for you — whether in the space already allotted or by stealing some space from the spacious bedroom.
If you own an older home, you might think a large walk-in closet is impossible in your space.
With a king-sized bed, nightstands and a couple dressers, the “master” bedroom is cramped. The kids’ bedrooms can accommodate shelves for their toys or a desk for doing homework, but not both. You can’t imagine losing even a few feet of space from any room for your closet.
But building a walk-in closet or improving on your existing reach-in closet can help make your room feel bigger. Adding drawers to closets in children’s bedrooms can eliminate the need for a dresser, meaning more space in the room for desks and bookcases.
A larger, more organized closet could do the same for the master bedroom, eliminating furniture and giving it an airier, less-cluttered feel.
When selecting what types of structures will go into your new closet design, consider future renovations and use of the space. With floating cabinetry, for example, replacing the flooring is never an issue because it can simply slide underneath.
Having a professional organize your closet doesn’t have to be a huge undertaking. With my help, your new closet can be created in as little as a day. My standard service involves bracket and rod removal — although you can upgrade your closet redesign to include complete removal and even disposal of everything that is currently in the closet. This removal service also includes patching any holes and painting upon completion for a clean, finished look.
If you would like help creating your dream closet space, visit the Kwik Kloset website at www.kwikkloset.com or call 416-726-6118 and ask for Sean Skimin.