As we contemplate our home improvement/organizational plans, we come across thousands of articles, blogs, books, etc. to offer us advice.  But sometimes we just want to "look", thus the power of pinterest.  We spend hours just "browsing" and pinning the pictures that we like the best on our wall. Here are a few pictures to peruse as you walk on your path to home organizational bliss.  A picture is worth a thousand words.....

  • A Wardrobe Wall can be an organizational necessity depending on your space issues. It gives a “finished” look to your bedroom, utilizing your space effectively.
Custom closets and cabinets help with organization and a neat appearance. They give your home that “custom” look!
Shelving and more shelving gives you a closet that expands with your wardrobe.
Added touches like a spiral clothes hanger or a Lazy shoe-zen add “bling” to your organizational endeavors.
Organized spices and new cabinets give your kitchen a homey and welcoming touch.
Custom shelving and drawers gives a pantry a finished, complete look and makes for easy accessibility of products.
A Murphy bed folds down for those happy guests and gives comfort AND space.
Overhead storage in the garage is a must for those seasonal items – camping, Christmas decorations, etc
New cabinets and awesome lighting add to the attractiveness of any kitchen.
Now that your picture walk is complete - Give Texas Custom Closets a call to help with ALL your organizational needs - from closets, to kitchens, to pantries, to garages, etc.  Our state of the art manufacturing plant in New Braunfels is big enough to meet all your needs and small enough to give you that personal touch.  Call us today for a free estimate!
 


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10/24/2016 4:29am

My friend mentioned to me your blog, so I thought I’d read it for myself. Very interesting insights, will be back for more!

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12/14/2016 7:30am

Amazing type of furniture they had shown in that picture, seems it would definitely more expensive as it looks. However, they also gave a good idea of filling your empty spaces into some wardrobes to use them.

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03/08/2017 9:00pm

That wardrobe on your first pic is soooo tiny...mine is not such.. it's always hard to make it clear!

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