Improving Your Closet's Potential
8 Accessories to make life, and organization easier!
Kristy Ferguson | Beyond the Box
Gone are the days when a closet equals a simple rod to hang your clothes with maybe an overhead shelf. Today's closet design includes all kinds of accessories that can help not only with your clothing but your jewelry, your ties, belts and, of course, your shoes. We've got 8 ways to improve your closet's potential. Even one of these could be your organizational life saver.
SLANTED SHOE SHELVES
With just the right angle, seeing every pair of shoes you own is a piece of cake. Not to mention, the sheer look of them adds a touch of luxury.
Put clutter out of sight with built in drawers that are perfect for storing underwear, socks and so much more. Having drawers inside your closet space helps keep everything close at hand.
Simply grab the drawer pull and you'll find a hidden hamper that not only keeps your laundry bin stored out of sight but it is able to be removed so you can take it straight to your laundry room.
A FULL LENGTH MIRROR
Check out the 3-way soft close closet mirror by Revashelf. It slides out when you need to check out your outfit and then gently slides back into place when you are done.
PULL OUT BELT ROD
Say goodbye to hanging your belts up on a hanger. This pull-out belt rod is great for keeping your belts organized and all in one spot.
Keeping an eye on your ties has never been easier with Revashelf's tie rack. Not only can you see them, it will hold close to two dozen ties.
Struggling to figure out where to store your sunglasses, cuff links, rings or earrings? Worry no more! Check out this velvet lined accessories drawer to give a spot to store even your smallest belongings.
This new innovative closet system can be used for just about anything. Hang your purses, hats or necklaces on this rack or use it as a valet to showcase your outfit for the next day.