Help with walk in closet design

+4
Answered
  7 answers
  • Rose Broadway Rose Broadway on Aug 04, 2017
    Design it for your needs and anyone who is sharing it with you. Use hanging rods, cubicles, shoe racks, shelving, hooks, cabinets etc...
  • Sunny C Sunny C on Aug 04, 2017
    Hello Tammie; I personally put a large shelving unit in my closet. It is exceedingly helpful to me, as I have some large items that I need to have out of site, in my closet.
    I also use clear boxes with lids for my shoes. I label and stack. I have installed heavier rods, do to the clothing that I have.
    I store out of season items in bags, which are labeled.
    Furthermore, I have a hamper, that I place clothing that I no longer want, need or that I do not like. I donate these things every other month.
    I hope that this helps you!!!! Take Care!
  • Susan Mays Susan Mays on Aug 04, 2017
    Closet for two; divide in half and duplicate each side. Long clothing items together by types of clothes (preferably by color then sleeve length as well), then short items (sorted similarly), under short items place quality shoe rack of choice (again sorting shoes by style - just makes it easy to find them quickly) and also a double sided hamper to pre-sort laundry. On the shelves, place sturdy cubicles for your bags, purses, sweaters, workout gear, etc.

  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Aug 04, 2017
    Collect photos of your dream closet until you've thought it all the way through and before you spend a lot of money on design features you don't need or want because they were part of a kit or package. Substitute pieces of your dream layout with pieces you may already own like dressers or shelving. You can always tie "orphan" pieces together with paint, trim and accessories...you'll have a real custom finished closet!
  • Kathy Bumsted Kathy Bumsted on Aug 04, 2017
    are you wanting to design a walk in closet or change the one that you currently have and want it bigger. Size is all up to you but you can make it however you wish. here is a site that will show you a lot of different ways to build a walk in closet. hope this helps

  • Jan Clark Jan Clark on Aug 04, 2017
    Walk-in closets come in many shapes and sizes. If you have angles in the closet make use of them as best you can. Go with shelving or a rod for long clothing in those oddly-shaped spots. If you are petite, like me, our closet is designed for hanging clothing where I can reach it. We have the whole top of the closet done in solid shelves and I have a small space kept just for my folding stool. We even used a DVD tall unit for shoes.
  • Pam Pam on Aug 10, 2017
    Didn't have one. Moved some walls now I do.