The Benefits of Wood Closet Organizers


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"A place for everything and everything in its place" - did you hear that growing up? While it sounds trite, an organized home does contribute to peace of mind. When you instantly know where everything is, it is easier to feel relaxed. In our quest for cleanliness, though, our closets are often overlooked. They too easily become a catch-all for clothes, books, toys, and various other odds-and-ends.

Closet organizers help eliminate the mess. By dividing our closets into functional and usable space, they allow us to assign a “home” for all of our possessions. They also allow us to easily see when an item is out of place. This helps us to weed out the unnecessary junk.

It used to be that closet organizers were made primarily of laminate, metal, or wire. Some people had to sacrifice style for function. While they are great with some styles, laminate or wire simply doesn’t match all decors. Now, though, closet organizers are available in virtually any style.

Wood closet organizers are available in many varieties—cherry, pine, oak, maple, and more. Solid wood closet organizer systems are available. These are pre-assembled and just have to be installed. They can be ordered with various optional accessories, such as drawers, tie racks, shoe racks, and shelves. Closet organizers made of wood are also available as kits. These kits must be assembled, but instructions are generally detailed and easy to follow.

Wood closet organizers are offered for both reach-in closets and walk-in closets. With a well-designed organizer, you can actually double your closet space.

Faux wood closet organizers, made of particle board, are available at local home improvement stores and department stores. Though these are not made of solid wood, they are a low cost way of matching the décor.

Custom closet organizers also offer wood closet organizers. This is the most expensive option, but it also offers the most creativity and flexibility.

Thanks to today’s new closet organizer options, buyers can match any décor—even wood.

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