Designer: Teri Magee
Closet Height: 96 inches
Custom Office for Your Chicago Home
When your closet space is limited (like in this downtown high rise apartment in Chicago), vertical storage is a smart strategy.
You can add extra shelving at the top of your closet to make the most of every inch of available space. This elevated shelf is ideal for storing off-season items like winter coats, heavy blankets, summer swimsuits, or belongings you don’t need to access regularly, such as luggage or keepsakes.
This helps you free up more accessible space in your closet for frequently-used items, so you can keep your closet organized and uncluttered. Plus, it’s an excellent solution to avoid the hassle of switching out your seasonal wardrobe since you can simply store out-of-season clothing and gear on the upper shelf, leaving more room for your frequent attire.
The vertical approach to closet organization is a practical and efficient method that can help anyone make the most of their limited storage space while keeping their living space tidy and functional.
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Our designers are happy to guide you through all your storage design needs and preferences to make sure we create your dream solution. Contact us today to get started.