It doesn’t matter how big or small the unused corner space is in a room, because
you always need more storage and customized floor-to-ceiling triangle corner
closets will meet all your functional and aesthetic needs.
There are just so many reasons why a closet upgrade should be on the cards. Revolutionary closet ideas all start with a few simple steps and clever designs. When you page through your home design magazines, it can get your creative juices flowing and you’ll see that triangle corner closets allow for both fun and functionality.
If you have corner space in your bedroom or somewhere else, building a triangle corner closet is a cool way to make use of the unused space. By creating a specific place for everything, you’ll be better organized, and tidying up will be quick and easy.
Large built-in melamine closet
When you look around your place, you will no doubt find other corners that are wasted and that can be turned into closet space. A home just never seems to have enough storage space. When you think of a closet you don’t always have to go with rods for hanging clothes. Maybe you’d prefer closet corner shelves. It’s why a large melamine cupboard with lots of open shelves is such a cool idea.
In the past, shelves would be a standard size – 12 inches deep and 36 inches wide but nowadays they can be made to suit the individual’s preferences. A big melamine open-style closet with lots of cubby-type shelves can be both stylish and practical with some shelves having closed doors behind which you can pack away things.
Shallow vertical shelves for shoes
You know how it is with some people – they find shoes irresistible and they have 20 or so pairs of different kinds of footwear. Who says you have to install rods and shelves when you can install several shallow vertical shelves in the triangular corner wall space and make good use of an unused wall?
This footwear storage solution makes excellent use of this unused corner space and takes up pretty little room since the shoe shelves are slim and shallow. Instead of rummaging through a shoe cupboard to try and find matching shoes, they can all be neatly displayed in pairs on the shoe shelves ready to be called on in an instant.
Of course, minimalist open closets are all the rage and because they’re open to the eye, they encourage neatness and decluttering. They are a practical and stylish addition to unused corner space. You can install rods for hanging clothing and choose some shelves where you can place some wire baskets and other attractive storage containers.
These open closets are perfect for people with small spaces and they can make a room feel bigger. They’re also an obvious choice for anyone who lives in a small home but also for anyone who is always in a hurry and who can already be making up their mind what they’re going to wear as everything is open and on display.
Clothing rods, shelves, hooks, and baskets as well as special lighting all add to making your closet more dynamic. Some people even add a second clothes rod from the upper rod. They do this with a lightweight chain attached to screw eyes.
Make use of the back of closet doors
If people insist on a closet door they’re able to make use of all the opportunities they can. Even ordinary coat hooks on the back of the closet door can hold an ironing board that can be rigged up instantly and kept out of sight when not in use.
The beauty about your ‘cut-to-order’ closets is that if you choose reputable custom cabinetry professionals, you’ll receive artisans who employ cutting-edge technology to create your bedroom wardrobes in a variety of unique, distinctive, and creative ways. Don’t be bogged down by ironing boards inside closet doors, because many people opt to place their lightweight, thin TVs behind closet doors too. They do this along with other kinds of technology such as USB chargers.
If you have difficulty locating stuff in your closet you might like built-in cabinets. Yes, they can be more expensive, but as professionally installed components, they can help you find what you need. You can have the cabinets made to suit certain items in the closet such as shoes, rotating belt- and tie racks, or even some pull-out drawers for underwear.
Restore order in your home by making use of the unused corner wall space you have and installing extra storage space with revolutionary closet ideas designed to compliment your lifestyle and save you lots of time.