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Adding Value By Adding Closets: Tips for Designers/Dealers


Adding Value By Adding Closets: Tips for Designers/Dealers

As a closet designer, you know how important it is to deliver maximum value with every project. Your clients want more organized closets, better lifestyles, and higher home values.

In this spirit, ClosetParts shares our top design tips for adding extra value to closet upgrades.

Make Every Closet Feel More Spacious

When you can’t expand the footprint of a closet, it’s time to customize, customize, customize. Closets feel bigger and more useful when they have storage features that get the most out of every square inch of space. 

Most closets have at least a foot or two of open space at the top and bottom. Reevaluate the closet from floor to ceiling and look for any wasted areas that could be repurposed into usable storage space.

Space-saving closet features that add value include:

  • Clips and hooks
  • Custom accessories drawer
  • Device charging station
  • Fold-down seat
  • Fold-out ironing board
  • Hanging tie rack
  • Hidden safe
  • Locking drawer
  • Roll-away hamper
  • Shoe racks
  • Short and long hanging rods
  • Task lighting
  • Valet rod, which folds out when needed

Upgrade Walk-in Primary Bedroom Closets

Designer Gillian Lazanik told Houzz, “A large, functional walk-in closet will add value to any home.” Walk-in closets are among the most in-demand home features because they add clothing storage and make bedroom storage more practical.

Offer His and Hers Closets

HGTV reports that his and hers closets are one of today’s biggest trends because they allow two people with different tastes to live harmoniously. Just like a dual vanity in the primary bedroom, a his and hers closet divides the space and gives each person a sense of privacy.

Suggest Flex Closets

Flex closets are among the biggest trends for 2024 and beyond. These flexible, adaptable closets allow homeowners to adjust their storage space to meet their needs now and years into the future. Encourage your clients to incorporate flexibility into their closet design and features for the best possible long-term value.

Include Energy Efficiency

Make closets as energy-efficient as possible by using sustainable, durable materials like bamboo, recycled plastic, laminated timber, and melamine. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommends Energy Star LED lights for low energy consumption.

Ask About Every Room

Great closet design extends far beyond the bedroom. Remind your clients about kitchen pantries, linen closets, mudrooms, laundry rooms, and garage closets as valuable additions to their home designs. They might not be thinking about a closet like this when they contact you, but it could soon become their most valuable storage space.

Add Value With ClosetParts

Are you looking for new ways to add value for your customers? ClosetParts can help!

We supply closet parts nationwide, offering fast delivery, affordable pricing, and wide flexibility in materials and designs. For closet professionals, we offer bulk pricing to help you get the most out of your budget and maximize the value of every project.
Start Your Order Online or call 1-877-C-Parts1 (1-877-272-7871) today.