Many closets come geared up with a hanging bar and little else but to organize a closet and keep it that way some shelving is a need to have. There are many items that you own that need to not be hung up and packing them in a cabinet drawer isn’t the response either. By setting up shelving inside your closet you are opening up new possibilities to keep it orderly.
You do not need to stick to the standard bar in the middle of the closet that is supposed to be one-size fits all. Strategy the design that makes one of the most sense to you. Possibly you wish to hang your trousers at eye level and have all your tops on shelving beneath or vice versa. Another usage for shelves if for your shoes, install a rack off the flooring near the bottom and you can increase the floor space in your closet for more shoes or other storage bins. If you like the concept of having drawers in your closet however don’t have the ways to install them a shelf with some basket or bins for sorting will work too.
Racks are versatile; if you choose to rearrange you can put the racks to another usage. If they use to hold sweaters and it is now the middle of summer you can repurpose them for your summer season hats, sandals, or shorts. If you pick, you can install the adjustable shelving that allows you to move the hanging brackets up or down a metal runner with holes.
Shelves come in different materials, you can choose from plastic shelving, metal (solid or wire), or wood. All are fine and as long as they are strong enough and smooth (to prevent any damage to clothing) you can choose the most eye-pleasing or cost efficient shelving that can be found at the hardware store.