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Four Off-Shelf Ideas for Storing Clothes
Four Off-Shelf Ideas for Storing Clothes
May 03, 2017

What if you could quickly access the clothes you need for work without compromising on organization and the potential for creasing? One way to address this is to look at how you are storing your clothes. Most of us store clothes in a closet, whether it is a walk in closet, linen closet or coat closet. Often we think that walk-in closets are the best solution to our messy array of clothes, however you can also optimize the space you currently have by following the tips below from expert closet organizers in Toronto.

 

Use a shelved rack

Racks go a long way in creating much needed space. The racks allow you to keep your folded clothes un-creased. They also allow for the creation of extra space that matches the needs of a conventional closet offered by us at Closet Solution Toronto – check out our services page to learn more about the three types of closets we offer individuals.

 

A detachable wardrobe

A detachable wardrobe is the conventional equivalent of a modern closet. As such, you might need to try out a detachable wardrobe if you have no access to a good closet. For the best outcome, the wardrobe should be proportionately divided into compartments that are fitted with hanging edges and rails. In case you aren’t sure how to go about this, consulting a closet organizer in Toronto would go a long way in helping you achieve optimal results. Closet Solution is conveniently located in North York, close to both North York Centre and Sheppard-Yonge subway stations.

 

Underneath your bed

Check out the space under your bed: is there a possibility of installing a shelf? Having your bed shelved frees up space you can use to store your clothes and other items. At Closet Solution we offer flexible alternatives to address the amount of space in your home.

 

Think upwards

While you may lack a standard closet, you can create one by hanging your clothes on rods stemming from the ceiling. This is best achieved by fixing strong hooks on the ceiling and allowing a rope to hold your clothes. As a cheaper alternative to a closet, the dangling hanging line allows you to optimize the use of your floor space just as a standard closet would.

 

To learn more about effective ways to store your clothes without the use of shelves, visit your nearest closet organizer in Toronto or give us a call at Closet Solution and see what we can do for you!

 

Cool ideas. I'll be trying the shelved rack one!
Posted by: Peter J. | May 19, 2017, 10:12 am
Cool ideas. I'll be trying the shelved rack one!
Posted by: Peter J. | May 19, 2017, 10:12 am
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