It’s the annual dilemma of what to give Mom for Mother’s day. This year, rather than giving her a new outfit, scarf, or pair of shoes, why not give her the ultimate closet where she can keep her clothing and accessories? Let Kansas City CLOSET Company design a custom closet tailored specifically to your mother’s specific needs. Continue reading
Scarves and shawls are great accessories. They can dress up an outfit. They are relatively inexpensive. They can be tied in countless different ways, offering great versatility. They come in a nearly endless array of colors, sizes, styles, shapes, prints, and fabrics in both indoor and outdoor styles. But storing scarves and shawls, especially if you have an extensive collection, can be challenging. Continue reading
A custom closet should be just that – custom. It should be personalized and tailored to your exact needs. While one person might need more space for hanging clothing, like suits and dresses, another might require more shelves and drawers for folded clothing like jeans and sweaters. Customizing a closet means a multitude of things. Kansas City CLOSET Company offers a range of features and accessories to help you design your custom closet to give you the exact storage space you need. Continue reading
Your wardrobe is an investment. And, as with other types of investments, it needs to be protected. In this case, against bugs, dust, and moisture. Winter clothes, such as wool sweaters, scarves, and coats, are particularly vulnerable. While winter hasn’t arrived just yet, now is a great time to think about how you’re going to store your winter wear at the end of the season. Continue reading
We’re all looking for ways to create extra storage space, and a custom closet system is a great solution. But, if your closet storage space has sloped ceilings, which is common in older homes that use gables or in attic spaces, you may think a custom closet system isn’t an option for. While it’s true that angled walls and sloped ceilings can make creating effective storage a challenge, it is far from impossible. Continue reading
You’ve decided to have a custom closet system installed. You may have already selected the specific closet system, components, and accessories you want included. But have you prepared your closet space? Now is the time to think about the lifespan of your closet and lay the perfect foundation for your new custom closet. Continue reading
You invest endless hours into finding and creating the perfect wardrobe. But how much time and energy have you invested into designing your closet? Where you store your wardrobe is equally as important as your wardrobe itself.
When thinking about closet storage, think about how you will use it on an everyday basis. Will you need general storage or will you need an exclusive display? What features will you need? Do need drawers or hampers? Just like your outfit isn’t complete without accessories, neither is your closet. Kansas City CLOSET Company offers a wide variety of closet components to complete your custom closet. Continue reading
How do you make a great custom closet even better? Add the perfect closet accessories. While many people think of accessories simply as pieces that only add visual interest, the truth is that the right accessories can greatly improve the functionality of your closet and be a real life saver. Continue reading
Very few people will ever say they have too much closet space. No matter how many closets you have or how big they are, they always seem to fill up. However, you may have a spare room that you’ve established as a guest room or that you’re using as overflow storage. Consider taking advantage of that space by converting it into a functional walk-in closet. Continue reading
Spring is almost here. It’s the perfect time to spring clean your home, specifically your closets. Kansas City CLOSET Company has some tips to make getting your closets in order easy and painless.
Just getting started can be overwhelming. Tackle one closet at a time. If that’s still too much to try and accomplish, break it down into separate tasks or areas. For example, tackle shoes one day, hanging items another day, and so on.
The first thing to do is completely empty your closet. Pull everything out. This lets you see the space you have to work with. While it is empty, give it a good cleaning. Dust the shelves and vacuum or mop the floor. Continue reading