Is there anyone who can say they have enough closet space? I don’t know of anyone who has empty closets. It seems that if there is a closet, we find a way of getting them filled. Having them organized is sometimes another story.

Roeser Home Remodeling can sympathize with the frustration of not knowing or being able to find what you need when you need it. We can help you with that! Just because you have a closet doesn’t mean it is functional for what you need as a family. When it comes to home remodeling, closet space cannot be overlooked. Especially if you have a growing family, the need for functional closet space and storage isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity.

Whether you are planning a complete home remodel, or the remodel of specific rooms, closet and storage space are an important aspect to consider. Roeser Home Remodeling can help you go from idea to plan and then reality in creating the closet and storage spaces of your dreams.

The Closet Evolution

Closets and storage areas have evolved over the years to meet changing lifestyles. It used to be that you opened a closet door and what did you see? An open space with a bar to hang items on and a deep, high shelf that only a giant could reach without a step stool. Items stored would easily get pushed to the back and forgotten about until a later time. Home remodeling designers saw the dilemma and came up with alternative solutions for closets and storage, even making the functional into beautiful living spaces. 

So, what can we expect from closets and storage in today’s modern homes? Think space saving functionality along with enough shelving and even drawer space to allow even the most cluttered areas to become organized and tidy.

Closets and storage areas of today let you easily find what you need in a hurry without the added mess or clutter. With clean lines and adjustable shelving, even bulky and larger items can be stored without added intrusion.

In addition to that, many modern closet and storage home remodeling can add a seating area with a comfortable chair. In St. Louis, the need for seasonal wardrobes, sweater shelves, shoe racks and drawers become a necessity. Accessible spaces for hanging clothing, and hooks for belts or scarves make a tidy haven for our accessories, including hats.

Today’s closet and storage remodeling can accentuate any taste in decorating by using wood tone cabinets, crisp white, or even add a pop of color with paint.