Modern ClosetContemporary Closet, Toronto
Clean lined Italian made Poliform built-in closet create a retail like feel to this walk-in closet. It's like shopping every day! This room was included in Canadian House & Home magazine feature.
Photo by Donna Griffiths Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
5. Declutter by category rather than room. Separating your decluttering into categories is helpful in terms of keeping your parents — and yourself — motivated and focused. It’s easier to make decisions when items are grouped, as this helps you see all at once how many belongings you’re dealing with. Also, you can all feel a sense of accomplishment with the completion of each category. I recommend separating items into the smallest categories possible. For example, instead of creating a category of tops, separate the items further into short sleeves, long sleeves, sweaters. Accessories can be separated into belts, hats, scarves and handbags.