Closet organization can be a nightmare for couples. Men and women have very different wardrobes, and therefore they have very different needs. When it is not possible to have two separate closets, it becomes necessary to find an organization method that works for both of you. There are some very good options for remodeling your closet to make distinct spaces for you and your spouse.
Dividing the Closet
One of the problems with organizing closet space for couples is that you can rarely divide a closet into two equal parts. Often, one spouse will have a bigger half of the closet. Yet who needs the most room could fluctuate from season to season or year to year. It is important that the closet is organized in such a way that division of the closet can be adjusted easily as necessary over time.
Shoes and Accessories
Women tend to have a lot of shoes and accessories to go with their many outfits, and it is important that these can be organized effectively and kept in one part of the closet. Shoe and accessory shelves and hooks can easily be installed in one half of the closet and used as the need arises each season. In the winter when the spouse may have more accessories to store and use, the shelves can be repurposed as needed.
The same shelving and hook systems can be installed in the other side of the closet for storage of ties, shoes, and other accessories that men may need. As seasons change and wardrobes fluctuate, the hooks and shelving can serve multiple purposes for both men and women.
If you and your spouse seem to argue over closet space and organization, contact us today for information or to schedule an estimate. We can design the perfect closet space for you and your spouse to end arguments forever.