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Small Walk In Closet Design for a Condo Closet

Small Walk In Closet Design: Balancing Luxury & Functionality to Increase Storage Space for a Condo Closet

small walk in custom closet for high rise condominium

How to Increase Closet Space In a Small, Walk In Condo Closet With Window

This condo closet is definitely Top Dog when it comes to storage and amenities within a small space. The design includes hanging areas for his and her clothing with numerous pull-outs for organizing belts, scarves, ties, pant racks and a valet pole. Using these telescoping pull-out closet accessories allows for more items to be stored in an easy access manner within a smaller space. Shelving on "his" side of the closet organizes a large sweater collection, while a hutch unit on "her" side with reeded glass doors provides ample storage for handbags and small accessories. The reeded glass on the upper cabinet keeps items visible, but offers a less cluttered look by screening contents. The drawers keep small accessories and jewelry organized. The pièce de résistance of this condo closet is the custom shoe organization system — The 360 Organizer® Shoe Spinner holds between 85 and 200 pairs of shoes on a rotating base, allowing a large collection of footwear to be easy to store and find without using much space. A small closet center island occupies the middle of the walk in, dividing the space into "his" and "hers" sides, while providing a favorite perch for the family dog to effectively survey his realm and keep an eye on all comings and goings.

Details of Small Walk In Closet Design With Closet Center Island

Closet center island and 360 Organizer Shoe Spinner for condo closet
Center island and 360 Organizer Shoe Spinner
Ideas on how to increase closet space in a condo closet
Reeded glass doors hide clutter, while the shoe organizer holds 85-200 pairs of shoes
His side of the small walk in closet design
"His" side of the closet includes many sweater shelves and pull-out accessories to increase storage