How to Choose the Right Decorative Hardware for Cabinets

New custom cabinetry makes a world of difference in how a room looks and functions.

The creation of a home office, a dressing room, a new closet, or any other project involving custom cabinets requires a lot of decisions to be made about what will be included in the design of the cabinets.

Choosing the right decorative hardware for cabinets that are part of your home improvement project is just one of those many decisions.

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Decorative hardware for cabinets: why finishing details matter

The type of decorative hardware used with your custom cabinetry might seem like a minor detail in relation to the wider scope of what may be a big project. But you can be sure, every detail matters when you’re having something designed that you’ll be using and looking at every day.

The decorative hardware for cabinets you choose will be right there, front and centre, on the finished product. The right choices of cabinet knobs, pulls, and hooks can add character to a room, in subtle or more pronounced ways.

Poorly chosen decorative hardware, on the other hand, can have a similarly negative effect on the visual appeal of a room. Your decorative hardware choices also put a personalized stamp on your custom cabinetry.

So exactly how do you make smart choices when it comes to decorative hardware for cabinets? Here are a few tips.

Give yourself plenty of options

Psychologist Barry Schwartz’s 2004 book The Paradox of Choice argues that having an abundance of choice is a bad thing. We think he couldn’t be more wrong, at least when it comes to having custom cabinets designed.

The whole point of choosing custom cabinetry over a big box store’s limited selection of off-the-shelf furniture is that you get the ability to have it designed to your needs (and let’s not overlook its higher quality, either). A key element of that customization includes choosing your decorative hardware.

The more decorative hardware choices you’re presented with, the better chance you’ll have of finding the perfect hardware accessories to beautifully accentuate your custom cabinetry or closet space. An abundance of choice with custom-built products brings you that much closer to complete satisfaction with the finished product.

Organized Interiors knows the benefits and importance of giving our customers plenty of decorative hardware for cabinets options. Our showroom has hundreds of samples of the industry’s best designer decorative hardware, including the largest selection of Richelieu decorative hardware in the GTA.

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Organized Interiors’ showroom has hundreds of samples of the industry’s best designer decorative hardware.

Complement your bespoke cabinetry and home décor

In addition to complementing your bespoke cabinetry, having a wealth of decorative hardware options has other benefits.

Cabinets that are designed to your specifications also make it easier to complement your home’s décor and its flow from room to room. Regardless of whether a room’s style is classic, contemporary, or transitional, there’s a decorative hardware style available to effectively complement and enhance any room’s look.

Should you go with a trendier style of decorative hardware that might not be as pleasing to you several years from now? Does your room’s existing décor style make the choice more obvious? How about hardware sizes (meaning how prominent of a role do you want your knobs or pulls to play in the cabinets’ profile)? How much of your own signature do you want to put on your bespoke cabinetry?

There are many questions to consider when making your decision about decorative hardware for cabinets, so be sure to leverage the expertise of a knowledgeable professional.

Get a hands-on experience

A big part of your research when choosing decorative hardware should include getting a hands-on experience with it.

The tactile experience of sampling potential pulls, knobs, and hooks you’ll be touching every day will give you a more personal connection to them. An up-close sampling of important factors like the hardware’s comfort and functionality will give you a better sense as to whether they’re the right choice for your custom cabinetry or closet.

Does a weathered, rustic finish on a brass pull feel nicer to the touch than a smoother polished chrome finish? Maybe the feel of an antique glass knob compared to a metal knob with a satin nickel finish is more to your personal taste. Which size of pull or knob feels more comfortable?

Actually touching the hardware will also give you an idea of what kind of quality your product has. Organized Interiors’ decorative hardware collection is manufactured to strict quality guidelines and features hardware created by world-renowned designers. We actually call it Artware. Why? Well, we felt the hardware was so beautiful that calling it “art” only seemed fitting!

And there’s one more great reason to get an up-close view of the decorative hardware you’re considering – you’ll get a better idea of how it looks than you will from a picture on a computer screen or from a catalog book.

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Sample the GTA’s best selection of decorative hardware for cabinets

Spending the time to make the best choices when it comes to important finishing touches like custom cabinetry decorative hardware is well worth it. Organized Interiors has the best selection of decorative hardware for cabinets in the GTA, just waiting to be sampled in our 10,000 square foot showroom.

If you’d prefer to have an Organized Interiors design consultant visit your home, book a free in-home consultation with us today.

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Top 7 Canadian Wines You Need To Try

Canadian wines in a wine cellar

When you think of the countries who produce some of the world’s finest wines, names like Italy, France, Spain, and Portugal immediately come to mind.

Canadian wines may not have the history or prestige that the top winemakers from those countries have, but we do produce many outstanding varieties of wine. Obviously, Canadian icewines are now world-renowned.

Here are a few interesting facts about the Canadian wine industry:

  • Canada and Germany are the world’s largest icewine producers
  • approximately 75% of Canada’s icewine is produced in Ontario
  • in 2016, Canadian bottled wine exports were valued at $34.7 million (icewine accounted for 55% of that)
  • the wine and grape industry is responsible for more than 37,000 Canadian jobs
  • between 2011 and 2015, the national economic impact of the Canadian wine industry grew from $6.8 billion to $9 billion (a 33% increase)

7 Canadian wines that won’t disappoint

Clearly, our wine industry is robust and Canadian wines are receiving more and more international attention for their high quality.

We thought we’d spotlight just a few of the fine Canadian wines you owe it to yourself to try at least once.

2012 Limestone Vineyard Pinot NoirRedstone Winery

Ontario’s Redstone Winery was named Winery of the Year at the 2017 WineAlign National Wine Awards of Canada. That’s an impressive achievement for one of the relatively newer Canadian wineries.

Redstone’s sustainably farmed 38-acre estate vineyard in Beamsville (located between Hamilton and St. Catharines) produces award-winning Chardonnays, Rieslings, and Rosés.

Last month’s issue of Vintages magazine recommended Redstone’s 2012 Limestone Vineyard Pinot Noir ($25), citing its “elegant floral, raspberry, and wood spice notes”.

 

2014 Reserve MerlotMission Hill Family Estate Winery

B.C.’s Mission Hill Family Estate Winery helped put Canada on the international wine map when they took home the Best Chardonnay in the World award at the 1993 International Wine & Spirit Competition.

More recently, their 2011 Martin’s Lane Pinot Noir won the top award in the under £15 category at 2013’s Decanter World Wine Awards. Even more impressive is the fact they were competing against 14,000 other wines. That same year, Mission Hill was named the Canadian Winery of the Year at the National Wine Awards.

Earlier this year, respected Canadian wine publication Vintage Assessments recommended Mission Hill’s 2014 Reserve Merlot ($30).

2014 Okanagan Riesling IcewineInniskillin Wines

Inniskillin Wines, Ontario’s first icewine maker, is Canada’s largest icewine maker and exporter. Based in Niagara-on-the-Lake with a second winery in B.C., Inniskillin might be best known for their superb icewines, but icewines actually only account for about 10% of the winery’s annual output,

One of the most internationally well-known Canadian wineries, Inniskillin also attracts more than 250,000 tourists to their wineries each year.

Icewine lovers can’t go wrong with Inniskillin’s 2014 Okanagan Riesling Icewine ($53). It was a Silver Medal Winner at last year’s WineAlign National Wine Awards of Canada.

 

Burrowing Owl 2014 Cabernet SauvignonBurrowing Owl Estate Winery

Burrowing Owl Estate Winery was started in 1993 in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley wine region.

Considered one of the leading Canadian wine wineries, Burrowing Owl Estate recently picked up awards for several of their 2014-2016 vintages at the 2017 National Wine Awards of Canada.

One of those award-winning wines is Burrowing Owl’s 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon ($46).

 

2012 Cuvée Catharine Estate Blanc de BlancHenry of Pelham Winery

Henry of Pelham Winery produced their first vintage in 1988, in the early days of Niagara’s wine production. The winery produces an assortment of well-regarded red and white wines, as well as various icewines.

Toronto Life magazine praised their 2015 Chardonnay Estate ($20) as “one of the LCBO’s best bottles of Ontario wine”. Just last week, the Toronto Star spotlighted the winery’s 2015 Henry of Pelham Speck Family Reserve Baco Noir ($25) on a list of recommended wines for Easter dinner.

Sparkling wines are another award-winning specialty of the winery. Henry of Pelham’s 2012 Cuvée Catharine Estate Blanc de Blanc ($45) was a Gold Award winner at the 2017 All Canadian Wine Championships.

 

2015 Boswell SyrahQuails’ Gate Winery

Founded in 1956, B.C.’s Quails’ Gate Winery produces more than 50,000 cases of wine each year and is one of the most well-known Canadian wineries.

At the 2017 National Wine Awards of Canada, Quails’ Gate was named sixth on a list of Canada’s top 25 wineries.

Five Quails’ Gate wines also collected awards. A November 2017 Globe and Mail article also singled out the winery’s 2015 Boswell Syrah ($55) as one of B.C.’s top red wines.

 

2015 Small Lot Wood Post RieslingThirty Bench Wine Makers

Celebrating its 25th anniversary next year, Thirty Bench Wine Makers is another Niagara-area winemaker receiving great acclaim for their premium wines. Here are a few recent awards they’ve received:

  • runner-up as Canada’s top winery at the 2017 National Wine Awards of Canada
  • Thirty Bench winemaker Emma Garner named “Winemaker of the Year” at 2015’s Ontario Wine Awards
  • “Best Performing Small Winery in Canada” award at 2015 National Wine Awards of Canada

Thirty Bench’s award-winning 2015 Small Lot Wood Post Riesling ($30) is one big reason for the winery’s popularity and high regard among Canadian wines.

Store the finest Canadian wines in style

If you’re someone who appreciates some of the top Canadian wines, you’re clearly someone who appreciates the finer things in life. And fine wine deserves to be stored in the highest quality custom wine cabinetry available.

Organized Interiors specializes in wine cabinetry designs that provide a stylish home for wine collections of all sizes. If you’re looking for a more upscale wine storage solution for your wine collection, schedule a free in-home design consultation with us.

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5 Ugly Truths Your Cluttered Life Reveals About You

Cluttered life showing a messy room

No one sets out to live a cluttered life. It just sort of…happens.

A family moves into a new home, unpacks their things, and there’s initially a satisfying degree of order and tidiness within their surroundings. The slow creep of clutter eventually works its dastardly magic, however. That once-organized abode gradually morphs into a messy, stress-causing space that becomes increasingly difficult to function in.

The reasons for a home’s descent into a disorganized, clutter-filled state are many. One of the main culprits is a lack of time invested in home cleaning and organizing. This may be due to having a cluttered life in other ways, such as being consumed by work responsibilities.

Or maybe it’s more about priorities. A 2015 study by Moen (North America’s top faucet brand) found that almost 20% of respondents didn’t prioritize keeping their home organized.

Anyone looking in at your life from the outside can make a few assumptions about how your cluttered life is affecting you. Here are five examples.

1. Your cluttered life has you stressed out

The most serious way in which living with too much clutter affects us is the toll it takes on our health. Anxiety and stress are unfortunate by-products of living with a lot of clutter.

Even if you don’t think your clutter is stressing you out, your subconscious self might disagree. Whether you’re aware of it or not, the brain interprets one’s messy surroundings as something that needs to be dealt with. Clutter also impedes our ability to focus on things.

For those more troubled by the cluttered state of their home, the stress can become to feel inescapable, energy-draining, and even lead to depression. A Huffington Post survey found that the fifth most common stress trigger for Americans was worrying their home wasn’t clean or organized enough.

Whichever camp you fall into, the conscious and subconscious stress your cluttered life is causing is also probably affecting the quality of your sleep. Naturally, poor sleeping habits can contribute to other health problems.

2. You have low self-esteem

A cause and effect of clutter-related stress may also involve a decline in your self-esteem level. Depression and low self-esteem go hand in hand. In homes where clutter problems have become particularly debilitating, the mere thought of how to address the issue can become overwhelming.

Letting the problem escalate to a seemingly unmanageable level can lead you to feel ashamed and guilty for not being more in control of the situation. 

With a messy home, you’ll be less inclined to entertain guests. Even just letting visitors into your front doorway might not be something you’re willing to do if the clutter problem is completely out of control. After all, who wants a visitor to leave with a bad impression of your home and you after getting a glimpse into your cluttered life?

3. Your cluttered life causes friction in the home

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Adding two or more people to a living situation can lead to friction in the home over how much effort others spend on keeping the space tidy. It’s almost inevitable there’ll be a butting of heads at some point over this issue.

That aforementioned Moen study stat about 20% of respondents not prioritizing home organization undoubtedly has ripple effects. For those who consider themselves to be the most organized person in the home, the indifference of other occupants towards keeping their shared space clean is viewed very unfavourably.

Animosity grows and relationships can deteriorate. Even if an exasperated neatnik does make an effort to clean up someone else’s space, they might alienate the messy person by throwing something out that should have been kept. And how many times have we heard about someone being annoyed that they can’t find anything after someone straightens up for them?

Another study of 3,000 adults in the UK for Esure Home Insurance found that 40% of respondents argued regularly with their partner over lost items.

4. Your clutter costs you money

Clutter doesn’t just have a mental and emotional cost, there’s an actual financial cost you need to consider. Organization expert Peter Walsh examined this in his book Lighten Up: Love What You Have, Have What You Need, Be Happier with Less. 

Walsh points out that living with clutter costs you money in the following ways:

  • valuable square footage in your home that’s occupied by unnecessary junk
  • duplicate purchases made because you lose items or can’t find things in the clutter
  • wasted money on renting a storage unit for items that can’t fit in your home

Walsh lays out a scenario to illustrate his point about how much money is wasted in home square footage with clutter. His example takes a $250,000 home (clearly, he doesn’t live in Toronto or Vancouver) that has 2,500 square feet.

It’s easy enough to determine that one square foot in the home is worth $100. Now consider, how many square feet are wasted in the average home with useless clutter? The literal cost of clutter can add up quickly.

5. Your time at home is less productive than it should be

Clutter’s effect on your health and finances is sobering enough. You also can’t ignore the toll that clutter takes on your time and productivity at home.

Trying to find things in a disorganized home can consume a ridiculous amount of your time. A 2017 survey by Pixie (who make an iPhone app that helps you find lost items) found that the average American wastes 2.5 days each year searching for things at home.

That Esure Home Insurance survey produced similar results. It estimates Britons spend about 10 minutes each day looking for misplaced items. That works out to a little under 2.5 days each year.

In addition to the wasted time spent looking for things, a cluttered home also limits your ability to be as productive as you should be at home.

For example, a chore like vacuuming takes more work because there’s clutter you need to navigate around. Maybe working out on your treadmill is less likely to happen because you’d have to clear off all the clothes that are draped over the machine.

Liberate yourself from the negative effects of living a cluttered life

For help when it comes to dealing with your cluttered life, Organized Interiors has the know-how and right products to restore order to your home’s organization. Schedule your free in-home design consultation with us today.

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7 Craft Room Ideas to Inspire Your Creativity

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That spare room in your home could be better utilized in many different ways. Converting it into a guest room, walk-in closet, or home office are all good uses of the space, but here’s another idea you may not have thought of – creating a craft room.

A craft room can also be known by other names, such as a hobby room, sewing room, or art room. Whatever name you give it, this room has one main purpose and that’s to provide a special space within your home to nurture your creative side.

A craft room to explore your creative interests

Perhaps you’ve had a longtime passion for a certain hobby that’s fallen by the wayside over the years, simply because you just lacked a properly set up space to enjoy it in. Or maybe you’ve had a long-simmering interest in a specific creative pursuit that you’re looking to explore.

If so, a craft room is the perfect environment in which to begin or rediscover a hobby that provides a healthy outlet for your creativity. Having a dedicated crafting room conveniently allows you to easily resume working on a project whenever you have free time.

A craft room can accommodate a wide range of creative interests such as:

  • sewing and knitting
  • painting and drawing
  • scrapbooking
  • playing an instrument
  • ceramics
  • model building
  • gift wrapping
  • horticulture

The health benefits of creative activities

Many psychologists believe making time for creative activities clears your mind, heightens your mood, and generally provides health benefits.

No doubt, you’ve heard about the benefits of kids staying creative. Adults can also certainly benefit from indulging in their creative side. After all, what could be healthier than escaping from the hectic pace of life with a little “you time” that revolves around one of your interests or passions?

Time spent in a craft room doesn’t necessarily have to be all about a solitary creative experience, either. This dedicated space can also be used to facilitate more fun family time working on collaborative projects.

It’s the perfect time to add a craft room

Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and hobby-specific blogs and websites are a bottomless source of rich information and inspiration for the creatively inclined.

With so much access to these creative resources, it’s no wonder “old school” pastimes like sewing and knitting have seen a resurgence in popularity.

Tesco, the UK’s biggest retailer, announced in 2016 that sales of sewing and knitting pattern kits aimed at kids had increased by almost 500% in their stores in the past year. Just earlier this week, actress Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad, Netflix’s Jessica Jones) was on The Daily Show talking about how cool it was to knit.

There couldn’t be a better time to invest in a space that allows your creativity to flourish. Utilize these seven craft room ideas to help you create the most creative of spaces.

1. Choose the right craft room location

Choosing the right location for your craft room should be one of your first considerations. If you have a lone spare room, there’s not much of a decision to make. But what if you have a few more options when it comes to free space in your home?

If the latter situation applies to you, certain parental responsibilities may need to factor into the location of a craft room. A parent with younger kids may not want to set up their new hobby room in, say, the basement. A more centralized home location that better accommodates close supervision and availability would make more sense.

However, if you don’t have kids or your children are older and more independent then picking a more private space for a craft room is ideal. You’ll be able to focus more on your hobby without household distractions, which should aid your creative process.

It might seem that a room with more natural light would be more conducive to creative thinking, but not necessarily. Some studies indicate that a darker environment helps some people be more creative.

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Customize your craft room to your hobby’s needs.

2. Customize your space for high functionality

Wherever your craft room ends up, you’ll want to get the most out of your dedicated creative space. Working with professionals like the design consultants at Organized Interiors will help you to have a room designed that’s optimized for high functionality.

High functionality and customizing your space so it aligns with your hobby’s needs go hand in hand. If sewing is your passion, you’ll need plenty of flat work space that can accommodate a sewing machine and room for everything involved with your current sewing project. A sewing room can also include:

  • pullout shelves with spool holders for organized storage and easy access to threads
  • drawers with dividers to keep supplies like scissors and marking tools organized and close at hand
  • a wall-mounted pulldown ironing board that saves space

Tailoring your craft room to your hobby and how you work could also include adding an island with hidden storage, designing an L-shaped work surface, or creating a peninsula-style work surface that juts out from your desk and has open space on three sides. These different designs may be more suited to crafting spaces where more than one person at a time will be working on the same project.

3. Create zones for a multi-purpose craft room

A craft room doesn’t have to be limited to a single activity, of course. Having your room designed to cater to multiple creative pursuits for yourself or other family members makes even smarter use of the space.

Two or even three zones in the craft room each be customized to a specific hobby. For example, a scrapbooking hobbyist could have file drawers incorporated into the lower half of their custom cabinetry design to store their scrapbook collection.

Designing a multi-purpose space with craft room zones will minimize the likelihood of disorganization within the room and create an effective workspace for all participants.

4. Keep comfort in mind

Investing the time, money, and space in having a craft room designed and installed ideally means you’ll be spending plenty of time within the space. Some of your projects may involve spending hours at a time in the same working position, so your comfort is important.

An extremely important decision when setting up your craft room will be your choice of chair. It’s worth it to spend a little more on an ergonomically correct chair that will save your back from fatigue during long crafting sessions.

Choosing the right height for your main work desk also goes a long way towards making your creative time a more comfortable experience. You could even have a standup workstation added to the design of the room, providing an additional workspace option that lets you stretch your legs.

Lighting will also play an important role in your crafting room’s comfort level. Find a good balance of ambient lighting and task lighting that suits your needs. A lot of crafting tasks require fine attention to detail, so effective task lighting is a must to minimize eye strain.

5. Make the most of your custom cabinetry options

Physical comfort is important. So is mental comfort. A relaxing, welcoming space fosters more creative energy and how that environment looks will play a large role in how it feels to you.

Being able to customize your craft room cabinetry will allow you to have a room designed that provides great functionality and matches your personality and design tastes. That means your new room will also mesh well with your home’s existing décor.

Make the most of your ability to customize countertops, shelving, cabinetry doors, drawers, and cabinetry hardware. Here are a few custom cabinetry and storage craft room ideas:

  • use wire mesh cabinetry doors for an eye-catching see-through look that also lets stored fabrics breathe
  • choose solid panel cabinetry doors to keep stored items hidden
  • build shelving space to store reference books and magazines or display a sewing machine collection
  • use deep open shelving with dividers for storing baskets with fabrics and materials
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Handy pullout shelves keep your thread collection easily accessible and well-organized.

6. Add tasteful finishing touches

Creative minds typically have an appreciation for the smaller, finer details in life. Things like nice finishing touches in a new room. A craft room provides lots of opportunities to include tasteful personalized finishing touches that add design flair, character, and functionality.

Strategically placed lighting can be functional and add effective accents to your custom cabinetry to create a dynamic look. Cornice molding seamlessly integrates your craft room cabinetry with your existing room design for a clean, modern aesthetic.

Adding a tack board or magnetic white board to the craft room wall provides an area for posting project notes, reference photos, inspirational quotes, shopping lists, and other helpful reminders. Accessories like pullout valet rods and hooks provide handy hanging options.

Plants, artwork, and a nice rug can personalize your space even further.

7. Create useful craft room closet space

The benefits of an organized closet aren’t limited to just the bedroom. Organized Interiors specializes in creating spectacular closet spaces for any room in your home, including the craft room.

Whether you need hanging space for ongoing sewing projects or extra storage for craft room materials, a smartly designed closet enhances any craft room with its efficient use of storage space.

Make space for your creativity!

Schedule your free in-home consultation to learn more about how we can design a personalized, one-of-a-kind craft room for you that provides valuable space for nourishing your creativity.

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Building Closet Storage Anywhere With create-a-closet®

When you think about building closet storage, you might envision an expensive, logistically complicated process.

For bigger, more elaborate closet projects, that may be the case. But what if your closet building needs are more modest and constrained by important factors like room space or budget?

Adding high quality closet storage anywhere you need to is exactly what makes create-a-closet® so appealing. For anyone looking for versatility and cost-effectiveness when it comes to adding closet space, create-a-closet® is the perfect storage solution.

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The need for building closet storage space

If you don’t have the luxury of having a spacious dressing room/walk-in closet, adding supplemental closet storage to your traditional closet space can be very helpful.

Perhaps your needs aren’t even about adding supplemental closet space – it’s about having any closet space. This may be the case if you live in an older home, which can have little to no closet space.

There are a few options available, but not all are ideal. Some people buy a clothing rack that sits in a corner, which doesn’t allow you to keep your clothing out of sight.

Others may buy wobbly portable mesh storage wardrobes with zipper openings. Unfortunately, both of these storage ideas end up looking as cheap as they cost. They also contribute to a room’s cluttered look.

A custom wardrobe works much better in a room, as will create-a-closet®.

No mess and no framing

The process of installing create-a-closet® is quick and easy. The door-to-ceiling closet storage space involves no framing and no drywall to sand or paint. That means there’s virtually no mess.

In less time than you might think, your new closet space will be installed and functional. Right away, you can begin enjoying the benefits that building closet storage for a room provides, whether it’s in a bedroom, home office, basement, or laundry room.

Customize your closet space

Having the ability to customize when building closet storage is important, which create-a-closet® allows you to do. This ensures your new storage addition effectively complements the décor of its surroundings.   

The closet size can be tailored to your available free space and installed to fit perfectly. The doors are an important part of your closet’s design and we offer sliding, solid panel, and mirror doors (which we manufacture ourself) for you to choose from.

You can have a say in how the open storage space in your closet overheads is laid out. Closet accessories like a shoe rack or pullout valet rod can also be incorporated into the design to enhance the closet’s functionality even further.

Building closet storage reduces clutter

The clutter in a room is minimized or even eliminated if there’s ample closet space. Using create-a-closet® as supplemental clothing storage helps ease the burden on your existing closet space. 

Not only will you have more room for storing things, you’ll also be able to hide your belongings from view with the closet doors. This helps to maintain the clean aesthetic of a space.

Enjoy the freedom that building closet storage space provides

create-a-closet® is a practical and cost-effective solution to add valuable closet space to a room in need of more storage options.

Whether its building closet storage or improving your home with our other organization and storage solutions, Organized Interiors can help. Schedule your free in-home design consultation with us to move forward with your home improvement plan.

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