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The designers at California Closets have dealt with a wide variety of storage problems and solutions over their 3 decades in the category. So we picked their brains for some quick tips that work in any situation.
Text by Stacy Wynn
Sort first then decide if you’re going to keep, donate or discard. Then create sightlines with the remaining items. You can’t wear what you don’t see. Fold and stack items on shelves so that you’re reminded of what you have.
Tame technology by hiding cords and cables behind cabinetry. Use sliding doors to conceal flat-screen TVs, DVD players, etc., when not in use. Personalize the design with open spaces for the display of special items.
Assign each member a personal cubby, basket, hook or drawer for their personal belongings. Have a dedicated cubby for mail or wallet/keys. A recycling bin on a shelf allows you to quickly discard junk mail.