An organized home tends to look better than a messy one – but what about the unseen benefits? An organized lifestyle can go beyond aesthetic enjoyment. At More Space Place, we understand the numerous health benefits of organized living! Keep reading to learn more.
There have been numerous studies done on the negative health impact of stress: heart disease, digestive problems, obesity, a weaker immune system, and more. It’s also pretty clear that a disorganized home causes stress and strife. Lost items, arguments with family members, and dissatisfaction in your home’s appearance: a disorganized home is a recipe for high stress levels.
Staying organized can help you stay productive. Work becomes easier when you don’t have to scramble to find the right pen or charger. A well-organized home also prevents procrastination – how many of us have used “reorganizing” as a way to avoid doing actual work?
An organized pantry can make healthy eating easier. If your pantry is cluttered with junk food, if healthy choices stay hidden, it’s hard to make good choices – especially when you’re tired and hungry. On the other hand, if your pantry is well-organized, with easy-to-find healthy choices and good ingredients, it’s easier to make healthy choices.
Even subconsciously, a messy home can affect us. A disorganized room gets in the way of our peace of mind, and the stress of a mess might keep you up at night. Keeping your home organized will help you feel more peaceful, and the energy of your home will be more conducive for relaxation. Having an organized bedroom and bathroom will also keep your bedtime routine streamlined.
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Let the experts at More Space Place help you on your journey to a more organized life. Our team will help you find the best custom organization solution for your home, from your garage to your bedroom. Get in touch with us today or visit one of our showrooms in Sarasota, Bradenton, and Port Charlotte!
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Are you dreaming of customizing your closet? If so, you might already have some idea of what you would like to change, but you may not be quite sure about the final design. More Space Place can help you come up with the perfect closet system to meet your wants and needs. The following are 10 popular and exciting ideas homeowners in the Sarasota, Lakewood Ranch, and Port Charlotte areas choose when customizing their closets.
1. A Dresser Island
If space allows, an island in the middle of your closet with dresser drawers doubles as both a stylish and functional addition. It allows for counter space to use for setting out outfit ideas while also providing storage space for folded clothing items. Ideally, you should have at least 3 feet of space around the island. Another option for a medium-sized closet is a peninsula dresser, which is attached to one wall and runs out perpendicularly.
2. Shoe Cubbies
Floor-to-ceiling cubby systems where you can store and display your shoes are a popular solution. Standard cubby spaces are suitable for most any size shoe, from high heels to sneakers to ankle boots. However, you can also design custom sizes to accommodate larger shoes, such as tall boots.
3. Built-In Hamper
Get rid of the stray laundry basket on the floor and instead install a clothing hamper that slides out when you need it and then can be hidden away when you don’t.
4. Pants Rack
A rack that allows you to hang numerous pairs of pants close together is both space saving and convenient for organization. There are also models that slide in and out of their location so they can be tucked away and out of sight when not in use.
5. Custom Jewelry Storage
Ditch the disorganized jewelry box in favor of a customized rack and drawer system that will keep your jewelry safe and secure. Be sure to take inventory of your jewelry to make sure you include a variety of different sized compartments and hanging areas built specifically for your collection.
6. Handbag Hanging Posts
Larger hanging hooks are ideal for storing and displaying your handbag and purse collection while keeping them accessible. If you don’t have many purses to store, hooks are also great for other accessories, such as scarves and belts.
7. Glass-Fronted Cabinets
This trend in custom closets has been surging lately. It gives a sleek, finished look to your closet storage while also allowing you to view your wardrobe. Having your clothes visible can aid in your outfit decision-making process each morning.
8. Drawer Dividers
Avoid the jumbled drawer syndrome by adding drawer dividers. They’re great for organizing, as they allow you to keep things separate. Dividers work especially well for smaller items.
9. Built-In Dresser Or Vanity
Customization allows you to transform an ordinary walk-in closet into a boutique dressing room. With a mirror, compact dresser, drawers, and a small seat or ottoman, you’ll never have to fight over the bathroom mirror again.
10. Men’s Accessory Rack
More than just a tie rack, this add-on allows guys to store their cuff links, extra wallets, sunglasses, handkerchiefs and more.
Are you ready to customize your home closets? Use these 10 ideas as inspiration, and contact More Space Place Sarasota today to schedule a free in-home consultation.