{getting organized: closets}


Fall has arrived and that means it’s time to start putting away those summer clothes and pulling out jackets, sweaters and warm layers. Fall also means it’s time to organize my closets.

Take a look at how you’re using the space you have right now. Do you spend more time trying to find things in your closet instead of having things nicely laid out?  I read that the average person wears just 20% of their clothes 80% of the time, mostly because the mess in their closets hides their options.

The task to revamp your closets can be daunting – especially if you’re not using your closet space as well as you could be. Just one hanging rod won’t do it in most homes. You may need several rods, some shelves and maybe even some drawers to keep things clean, in good condition and organized.

The new Closet Essentials systems from Pinnacle Closets at Hirshfield’s offer an incredible number of options to help you keep your closets out of chaos. You can design and install a system yourself.  Or, put your needs into the hands of Hirshfield’s experts for the planning and execution of your new closets.

Pinnacle Closets

Pinnacle Closets feature 14” deep shelving and ¾” materials to give you incredible quality, strength and durability.

Pinnacle Closet Colors

They also come in five designer finishes so you can really customize the look to your style and home.

One Response to “{getting organized: closets}”

  1. {resolutions for your home} « Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] Get rid of clothes that are damaged and give away pieces that don’t fit but are in great shape. A good organizing system that fits what you own is a great place to start – and we think our Pinnacle system is top notch. We talked about the flexibility of the closet system in this previous blog. […]


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