Have you ever organized your closet, invested in a pricey closet system, and then later realized that your needs are ever changing? This happens to a lot of people. Seasons change, wardrobes change, styles change, and even your size may change, making it impossible to make one system work for you year after year. Here we will discuss the different options for closets that are adjustable. Having adjustable hardware in your closet makes it easy to reorganize, make room for new things, and save space. Read on to find out more.
1) Keeping your closet functional is a big part of keeping it organized. Adjustable shelving makes changing things up a snap. Many wire systems are now adjustable. Unlike the older systems that simply snap into clips screwed to the walls, these newer systems have parallel bars with slots. Each bar is attached to a stud, so you can easily hang different lengths of shelves, hanging rods, and even drawers. The beauty of this system is that you can simply lift a shelf and hang it in a different slot whenever you need more or less space. This system is super easy to use and install. It is convenient, flexible, and even inexpensive.
2) Telescoping bars are also convenient for creating a little extra space when you need it. These bars adjust in length and attach to the wall. If you need more room to stash those Christmas gifts, you can shorten the bar and make room. If you need more hanging space for your winter wardrobe than you do your summer wardrobe, adjustments are a snap.
3) You can also get adjustable drawers. Some systems will have rails that easily attach to the body of the system. You can move them around to make room for a deep drawer or multiple smaller drawers. You can use drawers, sliding wire baskets, or pull out baskets that are great for laundry. Movable slats can help you to adjust storage spaces depending on what you need to keep in the drawer. Use several slats to create small cubbies for jewelry, cuff links, dress socks, or hair accessories. Use less slats to line up your socks or separate his and hers delicates.