Every person is unique, and so is every closet! To create the most organized and easily accessible closet possible, you'll want to customize your organizer to fit your needs. System components are a convenient, affordable way to modify your closet without having to break out all of your tools. Here's a list of components that could free up much-needed storage space in your closet:
1. Brackets. These come in a variety of shapes and sizes that can be drilled into the wall or snapped onto the pre-existing shelves of your closet or organizer system. Hang clothes, ties, or an additional rod with ease.
2. Closet bars make it possible for your organization setup to grow along with your wardrobe. These rods come in standard or extendable models and fit all clothes hangers. A valet rod is especially good for dry cleaning, robes, or preparing your attire for the next day.
3. This one's a no-brainer: closet shelving. Not everything fits or belongs on a hanger, and for those items you'll want shelves. Customizable and easily installed, shelves are an absolute must for sweaters, shoes, jewelry boxes, and more.
4. If you anticipate the need for a lot of shelving, then the best way to go is a tower. Towers come in a variety of sizes, some of which include an entire wardrobe kit for hanging clothes, storing folded items, or to be used for shoe storage. Towers are shelving to the extreme, and utilize more closet space than your typical closet system component.
5. Perfect for purses, slide-out closet baskets are a brilliant way to store items so they won't get mixed up with other garments or fall onto the floor. Delicate folded items, jewelry, and even toys have no better home than a closet basket or bin.
6. Everything fits in a drawer! Belts, ties, watches, glasses, and more are perfect for these staples of storage. There are so many variations for what drawers can do that you could literally keep anything you want in them.
7. Speaking of ties, if you or whoever you share your closet space with wears a lot of them, then a tie rack is an absolute necessity. Some tie racks double as belt or pants racks, too, to provide several pieces of your ensemble right at your fingertips.
8. Dirty clothes need a place to go, too. The best option is a tilt-down clothes hamper that's concealed into your organizer. Some hampers tilt for easy in-out and to remove the basket on laundry day.
9. No component creates more possibilities than a rail kit. These handy tracks mount easily to any wall and are great for setting up cabinets, hangers, bins, baskets, and more. They're also great for the laundry room, craft room, or garage.
10. Last, but not least, is the closet safe. Many safes are only 4 to 14 inches deep making them perfect for hiding in the back of a shelf or behind some of your hanging garments. For keeping your most precious closet items safe and sound, a safe is the only option.