Reach-In to More Space!
If you have a small closet, also called a reach-in closet, you already know that these tiny spaces can pack a big punch when it comes to getting overwhelmed with clutter! The less room you have, the more a little bit of disorganization can affect it. If you have a chaotic linen closet, hall closet, coat closet or craft closet, the designers at Hang It Up Closets can help.
Small Closets With Big Potential
Although your reach-in closet might be small, it has great potential. The problem with most disorganized spaces, regardless of size, is that the space is not properly optimized. A lack of space-efficiency can create piles of clutter in large areas, like in a walk-in closet or even a garage, but it can totally wreak havoc in a very small area.
The good news is that we can help! With a variety of closet organizers, we can bring order to your small closet. Here are just a few ideas:
Hooks on the side walls of your coat closet allow kids to hang backpacks.
Organizers mounted on the door can make a great “control station” for families who often have a pile of paperwork to take with them each morning.
Clothing rods mounted at varying heights can allow you to store more jackets, coats and other outerwear, while shoe racks help you keep your outdoor footwear in order.
Drawers or cubbies can give you a convenient place to store mittens, gloves, scarves, hats and other wintertime essentials.
Dedicated storage space for umbrellas keeps dripping on the floor to a minimum.
Bins and baskets can keep toiletries corralled in linen closets.
Brackets can allow you to hang brooms and mops in the broom closet.
A high cabinet that locks is great for keeping cleaning supplies out of the reach of small children.
The possibilities are endless! Before you decide that nothing else can fit in your reach-in closet, allow one of our closet designers to take a look at your space and make some suggestions.
Call now to schedule a FREE, no-obligation in-home consultation to see if our reach-in closets are right for you!