5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Closet SpaceIs there anything more exciting than planning your dream master bedroom? Many people spend months or even years saving up for the ultimate renovation, but most focus on things like the bedroom paint and the adjoining bathroom tiling. They often forget about their closets, as these are often more functional, practical spaces than the rest of the bedroom. However, a few tweaks to the closet could really add a significant amount of storage space, make that space more stylish, and help organize your items, which are essential things for any complete bedroom renovation. Here are some ways to improve your closet space: Don’t Be Afraid to Make It Stand Out  Your walk in closet isn’t just a storage space; it’s also a major feature of the master bedroom’s décor. Don’t be afraid to add your own personal style to the closet. Consider bright colors, light woods, furniture (like stools and jewelry tables), and customizable shelving. Just make sure that it matches the overall theme and color scheme of your bedroom, or contrasts in a way that is complementary and really pops.   Utilize Your Walls Think about all the belts, purses, and scarves you currently have stuffed into a drawer or onto a shelf. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a place where you can easily find them? The walls in your closet can easily double as extra storage space. Simply placing some pegs on the wall can give you enough storage space to keep all of your accessories neat and organized.   Add Some Light Your current closet may not be big enough to hang a light bulb in, but your new and improved closet is going to need some illumination. Track lighting is sleek and stylish and can even make the space appear bigger, or you could opt for a small chandelier for a more ornate look. Regardless of what lighting type you choose, make sure to place it high up so that it doesn’t get in the way of clothes or other items in the closet. Don’t Forget Dirty Clothes Where do you keep your dirty clothes? Are they in a pile on the floor in the laundry room, or are they carelessly tossed in a hamper that looks unsightly in your master bedroom? Since you’re redoing your closet, designate a space in your new wardrobe for dirty clothes, or even clothes that need to be repaired.   These are just some ways to optimize your closet space. What features do you look for in a closet?

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