custom closet design
Custom Closet Design by Smart Spaces of Fargo

Summertime is here, which means fun in the sun, lots of pool time, barbeques and time to rearrange your closet your summer clothes. From sun dresses and swimsuits to shorts and tank tops, your summer wardrobe will look drastically different than the winter clothing needed in Fargo’s bitingly cold winter season. The process of rearranging your closet may lead to you think, “There has to be an easier way to do this.” In fact, there is! Smart Spaces in Fargo creates stunning, customized closet organization systems for home throughout the area. We take the time to talk to you and find out what your personal closet needs are. Here are some of the benefits of a custom closet design:

1. Reduce your levels of stress in the morning

Who wouldn’t enjoy a few more minutes of sleep in the morning? How about finding your clothes easily, without having to dig through drawers and shuffle hangers? You can cut the amount of time it takes to get ready for the day with our custom closet designs. Create a space for all of your clothes, from summer tank tops and shorts to elegant gowns and suits. Instead of rifling through your haphazardly organized closet, each piece of clothing will have its own space so choosing an outfit is easy as 1-2-3!

2. Bring order from disaster

Do-it-yourself kits for closet organization are not fully customizable. Nothing compares to the skill and expertise of an experienced designer when discussing and planning exactly what you want out of your closet space. Some ideas for closet organization themes are:

  • Work clothes/casual clothes
  • Summer/winter
  • Color coordination
  • Clothing types (pants, blouses, skirts, etc)

Make sure the flow of the organization system makes sense to you and anyone else who shares your closet. If you do it right, your closet will become a sanctuary instead of an eye sore.

3. Start fresh and let it go

Getting rid of clothes can be an emotional process. Letting go of an old sweater you’ve had for years, a bridesmaid dress from your best friend’s wedding, those overalls you wore all throughout your 20’s and other garments can be hard. It is important, however, to go through your closet and empty all of the contents before we can implement your new closet organization system. If there are items you simply cannot part with, consider storing them in a unit, garage or elsewhere so they do not take up any space in your new closet. Sort your clothes into these piles:

  1. Keep items you wear on a regular basis
  2. Sell or consign items you no longer wear, but that are in good condition
  3. Donate items that you do not wish to sell
  4. Toss items that are damaged or stained
  5. Sentimental clothing to save and store elsewhere

4. Create your dream space

Once you have gone through your entire wardrobe, you can fill in the gaps with new garments. There is no better time to go shopping than after purging your closet of items you do not want. Other considerations for a custom walk-in closet include a vanity for doing makeup and hair, a nook for reading, and full-length mirrors.

Read our walk-in closet construction guide for design ideas by clicking here. Contact the walk-in closet organization experts at Smart Spaces Fargo to discuss your options today and ask about a no-obligation, free in-home consultation.