Ilona Lofts IContemporary Closet, Miami
Built-in custom closet designed for this bachelor pad. Features include drawers, shoe shelves, long and short hanging niches and storage shelves above. The closet was designed by us and made in Miami. The finish is wenge with white lacquer and chrome accents.
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Put everything back. You may decide to sort by color; by professional, casual, party clothes; or simply by like items. Or, if you’ve sorted by color in the past and it’s just not working for you, try something different. When it comes to organization, different approaches work for different poeple; you can always keep improving or try something new.Figure out how to make the best use of extra space. Once everything is back in place, look where there may be extra room or where you may need to add over-the-door hangers, a tie rack or other organizational items. For instance, you ladies may have a lot of wasted space beneath your shorter dresses. This is a good opportunity to add a shoe rack, drawers or a basket. Sorry I keep talking about dresses; guys, if you need a little balance, check out Man Space: A Guy Likes a Nice Closet, TooMore easy ways to organize the closet
"Believe it or not, guys do have a lot of shoes," says Jessica Boudreaux, who designed this custom-made system for a minimalist homeowner's narrow closet in Miami. Open shelves hold multiple pairs of shoes, while pullout drawers have holders for multiple pairs of sunglasses, a must in Florida.Boudreaux believes the closet is one space where guys can get creative with style. "You might love the color green but don't want to do that color in your living room, where you entertain frequently," she says. "But a closet can be a fun place to play up your personality." Cost: Around $6,000