Closet Shelving

By admin / August 18, 2009
By: Julie Johnson
Category: Organizing

Our closets come in many different shapes and sizes. It is a place that we go to at least twice a day. Most people tend to grab and go leaving their closets in clutter. They close the door and put it out of their minds. But because we open that door a couple times a day we are reminded of how we can't seem to find what we are looking for at a glance on a daily bases.

This is a where a closet shelving system can help us immensely. We tend to think that we never have enough room in our closet. The truth is we just need to utilize the area in the closet that we do have. There is a lot of wasted space in our closet. A good closet shelving system can give us another 50% more usable space at least.

A good closet shelving system can gives us easy access to not just our clothes hanging in our closet but many other things such as shoes, purses, belts, jewelry and more. And best of all, they are economical.

A closet shelving comes in many different types of materials and styles. Wire closet shelving is one of my favorites. They breathe; they are light in weight and easier to assemble then the heaver wooden types. And easy to reconfigure to my changing needs. Another reason making the wire closet shelving a better choice is that I know if I move I can easily take it down and move it with me.

When I am shopping for a wire closet shelving system I look for a design that will suit my needs. I want pull out drawers, dividers and a place I can hang my most worn jewelry. I want a convenient way to store my shoes and belts. I also look for a design that will keep my off season clothing such as sweaters.

When I open my closet and see a well organized layout I feel satisfied. I quickly glance around and can see exactly what I have. I do not have to dig around trying to find that one pair of comfy jeans I am looking for.

Julie is a freelance writer that loves to share her insight and experiences. Closet Shelving

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