Is your closet no-stress or a hot mess?
A little planning will reward you with extra time and less frustration for a stress-free start to any day.
We worked with designer Garrett Cheyne of Curate, LLC as he created his personal morning oasis under the watchful eye of Bentley. This closet is now an organized center of efficiency, and we can show you how it’s done.
Sort & Organize
A staging area will help you empty the contents of your closet and really see what’s lurking inside. Make way for the necessities by relocating wayward items and donating or tossing unworkable pieces. No hoarding.
An integrated dresser not only looks amazing, but is a visual centerpiece to anchor the closet. This is the perfect spot to add a countertop in the closet as a catch-all for items you dress with daily . . . wallet, rings, loose change . . . never forget your keys again.
Floor to Ceiling
Take it tall with a design that reaches floor to ceiling and provides bonus space above for the storage of seasonal or seldom used items.
Double-Up On Rods
The best use of space is customized for your contents. High/Low hanging rods will maximize every linear foot. Most people do well with only a small section of full length hanging space. While you’re improving, treat yourself to matching hangers for tangle-free bliss.
Open Shelving and Cubbies
Everything is in sight and up for consideration when its time to coordinate the #OOTD
Enjoy your fabulous shoe investment by keeping them in sight. Adjustable shelving will accommodate all shapes and sizes of shoes, boots, and bags with endless opportunity to reconfigure.
Pull out drawers and shelves are handy for small items to prevent a jumbled mess of jewelry, socks and unmentionables.
So stop the daily hunt for your favorite sweater,
a well-planned closet can be man’s . . . or women’s. . . best friend.
All of your cabinetry needs are on display in our Lake Geneva showroom.
Visit us soon for inspiration.
Geneva Cabinet Company, LLC