3 Ways To Take Your Walk-In Closet To The Next Level

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If you have a walk-in closet within your home, you might feel like you’re lucky to have all of this space while also not knowing exactly what to do with it. And while you can just leave a lot of extra space between your clothing items and keep more non-clothing items in that space for storage, if you’re really wanting to make getting ready an experience, there are plenty of ways you can update or upgrade your closet so it’s a more beautiful and functional space.

To help you see how this can be done, here are three ways to take your walk-in closet to the next level

Implement Clothes Carousels

Although you might not be struggling with finding enough space for your belongings in your walk-in closet, you might feel like you’re not adequately using your space as it currently is.

If this is the case for you, you might want to look at your closet and see which areas could be used more effectively. For example, in most walk-in closets, the corners have some wasted space. So if this is what you’re dealing with, too, you may want to implement some clothes carousels that you can put in the corners of your closet. This will make it easier for you to store and find your clothes and other accessories, since clothes carousels can easily be moved and spun so that you can see all angles of the items on them. 

Use Glass 

While you might have been able to store everything you want in your walk-in closet, one thing that can be challenging in a larger closet is knowing exactly where you stored your items and easily finding them.

To make this more simple for you, you might want to consider replacing your storage cabinets or drawer fronts with glass. When the front of your cabinets or drawers have a glass plate in front rather than being solid wood, you will be able to easily see what’s inside without having to physically search through each cabinet or drawer to find what you need. 

Create The Right Ambiance

When you have a walk-in closet, you can use that space for more than just housing your clothes. Especially if the square footage of your closet is particularly large, you can use this space as a dedicated location for getting yourself ready in the morning or ready for bed at night. 

To do this, you’ll want to have the right ambiance in that space. So if you don’t already have a place to sit or great lighting in your walk-in closet, these are some additions you should consider making soon so you can really use the space as you want. 

If you have a walk-in closet at home that isn’t being used to its fullest potential, consider using the tips mentioned above to help you make some improvements in this space.