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Over the years, you've tried to organize your closet. Plastic shoe racks, stacking boxes, a rod full of mismatched hangars. Invest in an organizational system designed to bring order to your space - and look good doing in the process.
If you've lived in your home for a long time, the chances are you've accumulated quite a lot of mismatched organizational accessories over the years, each one picked up to address a certain need in your home. Have you ever wished that these mismatched accessories actually matched?
Rubbermaid provides a very economical design, which still looks good because everything matches. They call it Configurations by Rubbermaid.
Their system is made out of gleaming metal, and there is no cutting, trimming or pre-measuring necessary, because it comes with telescoping rods to fit any closet from 4 feet to 8 feet. You merely screw the hang rails into your wall at the appropriate length, and then to this attach as many shelves, racks, and baskets as you need. As your clothing expands you can add more shelving.
Measure Once and Then Measure Again
Got your measurements ready? Then visit Closits Modular Storage webpage. They've got links to 7 different page of layouts depending on the depth and width of your closet, so you can see the most efficient ways of designing their modular system.
From Creative Spaces, you can get closet systems made out of solid wood instead of particle board or laminate. That always adds a touch of elegance to the decor. Their closets come in red mahogany or honey maple.
If you don't have a large laundry room in which you can set out an ironing board, then you'll want to have a fold-out ironing board included in your system. And a pants presser is always a nice touch.