Walk in closets have so many advantages. The benefits to storing clothes and accessories in a well organized walk in are countless. It is not surprising to read that in a national survey of home-buyer preferences found that half of all recent home buyers wanted a walk in closet in the master bedroom. Walk in closets have so many advantages and one is the potential to add more space to your bedroom.
If space is an issue in your home, but you do have a walk in closet, (or the potential for one) take advantage of the closets space. Often you can eliminate the need for space hogging furniture, like a dresser with drawers or armoire, by adding useful shelves and drawers to your closet design. In addition, a walk in can serve as a dressing room, which provides an organized space for getting dressed. It can also save you valuable bedroom space.
And finally, there is nothing better than being able to get dressed with ease. This is the objective of a well organized closet. If you can easily find the items you desire to wear – your accessories, your shoes – the struggle of getting dressed, finding your clothes will be eliminated. This makes getting dressed efficient easy, not time consuming and an act of tearing apart your space. However, keep in mind that once you create the organized closet system to house your wardrobe, you will want to keep it that way.