One things buyers always look for in a house is good storage space. Where? In the closets of course!
What if your house doesn’t have that big walk-in that every buyer wants? Here are some ideas on how to solve the problem from Realtor.com.
Statement tones are all the rage in home design, and that includes inside the closet
Move away from white wood….
Dark wood brings a sense of luxury, elegance, and glamour
GLAM IT UP WITH GLASS
– incorporate glass cabinets to protect special pieces from dust and humidity, especially investment bags and formalwear
– Glass helps create contained storage while not letting the space feel too closed in. Since light can pass through and reflect on the surface, it gives “an effect of movement and openness in the space.”
LIGHT UP YOUR CLOSET
Good lighting allows you to actually see what’s in your closet – Incorporate LED lighting in a hanging rod….. Use backlit LED panels, shelf lighting, and cove lighting
– For a more budget-friendly solution, install a stylish statement light in a walk-in closet
– add a wall light to a reach-in closet, or even a good battery-powered light or two that can attach to the wall
ORGANIZE WITH ACCESSORIES
Most accessories are packed in drawers or hanging behind a door….. but organizing them can bring your closet to the next level!
– Use built ins to drawers or add them top of a dresser for a more organized look
FLOOR TO CEILING SPACE SAVERS
– Maximize storage space by taking your shelving all the way to the ceiling. Adding extra space above 8 feel gives you more room to store seasonal items. – If you can’t spent the money on floor to ceiling, adjust the height of your closet so that your top shelf is usable. Use this space to organize with decorative bins or baskets