Going Overboard With Closet Remodeling
Storage is one of the biggest challenges of any home, and because of that, closet remodeling has claimed a huge place in recent remodeling trends. But in all of the expansion and reworking, it can be easy to get wrapped up in the swirl of closet remodel ideas that take your breath away, boasting everything from Lucite display shelves to center islands topped in marble. But unless the rest of your home matches such levels of grandiose luxury, you’re better off thinking about the more logical aspects of closet design and keeping the designer details to a whisper, rather than a shout. A remodeling contractor can help guide you in creating a great plan for functional design and help you distill all of those awesome new construction ideas you may have for your closet remodeling project so that you don’t end up going overboard.
Getting It All In Line
First and foremost, closet remodeling should accomplish one simple goal: storing your clothing and shoes with enough room to move around and easily access it all. Aside from that, the closet design really should center around organization. You can easily have a room massive enough to hold the contents of a small department store; but if there’s no system of keeping it all organized, it can feel like you’re still short on space.
Storing Up Wisdom
A good closet renovation uses closet decorating ideas in a way that make sense to the way you live. If you really don’t have enough room in the rest of the house to sacrifice the extra space to blowing out walls for your closet remodel, you’ll need to take those walk in closet ideas and condense them into the size of a space that will work where you live. Again, it’s important not to close the doors on logic and ask yourself: How much room will you actually use? What kind of storage do you need? Will you benefit from more hanging space, or should you consider adding more shelving and increasing the number of drawers in your design? Whatever your needs might be, you’ll never go wrong by taking an assessment of your actual necessities before you hang on all the extra wants.
Store up style in your home! Consult with the design experts at Omega Construction & Design, Inc., today!