Do you live in an older home with either small closets or no closets at all? Are you tired of the resulting clutter? Trying to cram both yours and your partner’s clothing, shoes, and other possessions into a ridiculously small space? We get it. Seriously.
Roeser Home Remodeling loves helping customers recreate their living spaces, and closets are no different. In fact, maybe more so. Closets are kind of magical, when you think about it. Relatively speaking, closets are the smallest feature in most homes. But they are so vital to our ability to manage our personal spaces that living without one or living with one that is inadequate is a headache. And we store so much in them—clothing, photo albums, keepsakes, winter clothes, summer clothes, the old pink rabbit costume your aunt gave you last Christmas because she still thinks of you as a five-year-old girl . . . (No? Just us? Okay). And that’s why watching customers’ eyes light up when they see how much storage room they have after we’ve helped them with a custom closet design is one of our favorite things.
Not only does a closet provide a designated area for storing your clothes and accessories, but it also offers a range of other benefits that can enhance your daily life.
If you’re considering adding a closet to your master bedroom, here are some benefits to consider:
Increased storage space:
One of the most obvious benefits of adding a closet to your master bedroom is the increased storage space it provides. With a closet, you can neatly organize your clothing, shoes, and accessories, making it easier to find what you need when you need it. No more digging through piles of clothes or searching for a missing shoe. Or wondering where you put that box of old photos your mother is asking for. No more rotating seasonal clothing in and out of your closet or trying to cram another sweater onto an overstuffed clothing rod.
When Roeser’s team comes to your home to discuss what you need, we’ll take measurements of your available space and talk to you about ways we can expand your closet space or add one to your room. We’ll show you drawings of all the cubbies, drawers, and other features we can offer you with your custom closet design. You’ll be amazed at how much of a difference it will make.
There are people out there who make their living by helping others get rid of possessions and clean up their personal spaces. And they are making good money doing so. There’s a reason for this.
Studies have proven over and over that clutter and disorganization (on an ongoing basis) is bad for your brain. This doesn’t mean we should all become uptight perfectionists. It does mean that we feel better about our lives if we can easily find the things we put away and aren’t rushing around trying to find the things we need in order to move through our day.
Adding a closet to your master bedroom will go a long way toward helping you stay organized so you’ll feel more relaxed and better able to handle day-to-day stress. With designated shelves, drawers, and hanging space, you can easily categorize and arrange your belongings.
Picture yourself sitting on a bench in your own comfortable, well-lit walk-in closet while you decide which pair of shoes look best with your outfit. Then when you’re finished, you can slide the ones you decided against back on the built in shoe rack. Then you can return to your bedroom, now cleaner and better organized because it’s not full of the items that belong in a closet.
When the Roeser team sits down with you to discuss your custom closet design, we will help you choose from various styles, finishes, and materials that will complement your existing décor. Whether you prefer a sleek and modern look or a more traditional design, a closet can be customized to match your personal style and preferences.
Increased property value:
When people go house shopping, one of the things they look hardest at is how much closet space there is. Adding a closet to your master bedroom will increase the value of your home. Potential buyers often look for ample storage space when considering a property, and a well-designed closet in the master bedroom can be a major selling point. It adds functionality and convenience, making your home more appealing to potential buyers.
Privacy and functionality:
A closet can provide an additional level of privacy and functionality to your master bedroom.
No one ever complained about having too much privacy. Right? When you have a designated space to store your personal belongings, you can keep them tucked out of sight, simplifying your life. You no longer have to explain why you’ve kept that ancient sweater that you can’t fit into anymore. And it can be especially beneficial if you have limited storage options in other areas of your home. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a place to hide those Christmas or birthday gifts next year?
Also, if you prefer to dress or try on clothes in private, a large closet can double as a dressing room, with an additional entrance that leads to the bathroom so you can go straight from showering to dressing.
And finally, a custom designed closet can streamline your morning routine by making it easier to get dressed and ready for the day. With everything organized and easily accessible, you can quickly find what you need and avoid the stress of searching for misplaced items. This can help you start your day off on the right foot and save you valuable time.
Additional space for personalization:
Believe it or not, a walk-in closet can serve as a kind of personal sanctuary. And just like the rest of your home, it should reflect who you are and what you need from your home the most. Want room for a full-length mirror where you can try on clothes away from prying eyes? A place where you can sit for a minute after dressing or at the end of the day as you change clothes? Maybe you want a private space to securely display your jewelry. Or perhaps you want a less than obvious place to put a personal safe to securely store expensive jewelry or other important personal items. Your closet can be that space.
Are you planning to age in place? If so, when you’re talking to Roeser about adding a closet to your master bedroom, it would be a good idea to discuss your future needs. You might want wider doorways with easy to reach shelves and drawers. Or clothing poles that are easily accessed from a sitting position. Roeser specializes in live-in-place homes and can help you create a space that exactly meets your needs.
Ready to talk about adding a closet to your master bedroom?
Adding a closet to your master bedroom offers a range of benefits that can enhance your daily life. From increased storage space and improved organization to enhanced aesthetic appeal and increased property value, a closet is a valuable addition to any master bedroom. Consider investing in a closet to enjoy these benefits and transform your space into a functional and organized sanctuary.
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