Challenge: I’m determined to organize my master bedroom walk-in closet by spring. How can I make the best use of my time to ensure I reach my goal?
Solution: “You’re off to a great start by giving yourself plenty of time to plan. We recommend creating an organized plan before taking any action. As a first step, it’s important to examine all of the items currently in your master closet and pare down to those you are certain to use. Immediately remove for donating or tossing the items you have not been using or no longer enjoy using. This is the time to also remove items that may still be useful, but do not belong in your closet. If you plan to work with a specialized company like California Closets to customize your closet, meeting with our design consultant following your purging will be your next step. Keeping in mind that style and function go hand in hand, our designer will partner with you to design the shelving and compartments that work best with the way you will use your closet.”
Hannah Nieves, Director of Marketing & Trade Development
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