There are a few things you'll be thinking about if you're setting up a new closet, and one of these will be the accessories you plan to utilize. A closet space is only of limited use if you don't have the right simple accessories to help with everything from organization to storage, so choosing these ahead of time is often the way to go if you're installing a new closet.

At Precision Closets & Garage, we're happy to not only offer a wide range of closets and other storage products, but also to provide clients with various closet hardware products as well. What are some of the top accessories and related items you might consider to make your closet complete? Here are a few.


One of the single most common and useful items you can get for your closet is a good set of racks. This can include hanging racks for clothes, shelves, and other such items.

Today, there are a huge range of different rack formats and types to consider. This includes racks made specifically for certain types of clothing (like dresses or pants), as well as multi-purpose racks that can do a little bit of everything.

Hooks & Hangers

Of course, even the best racks in the world won't do you any good if you don't have anything to hang on them! This is why it's important to consider which types of hangers and hooks you might need.

Again, there are all sorts of options on the market today. This includes different materials (plastic, wood, metal), as well as speciality hangers for things like ties, belts, or scarves.

Many closets will contain multiple types of hangers and hooks to accommodate all of the different types of clothing and accessories that need to be stored.

Shoe Organizers

For many people, shoes are some of the most difficult things to keep organized in a closet. This is because they often come in a wide range of sizes, shapes, and styles, which can make them tough to properly store.

One solution is to invest in a good shoe organizer. This can take many different forms, but essentially provides you with a way to store shoes without taking up too much valuable floor or shelf space.

There are all sorts of different shoe organizers on the market, so it's important to find one that will work well for the types and quantities of shoes you have.

Storage Bins & Boxes

Another great way to maximize the space in your closet (and keep things organized) is to use storage bins and boxes. These come in all sorts of different shapes, sizes, and materials, so you should have no trouble finding something that will work for your needs.

Storage bins and boxes are great for storing everything from clothes to shoes to accessories. They can also be used to seasonal items that you only need to access occasionally.

Investing in a few good storage bins and boxes is a great way to get the most out of your closet space.

Drawers and Drawer Dividers

For those who want to take their closet organization to the next level, installing drawers (and drawer dividers) is a great way to do it. This allows you to store all sorts of items in an organized and easily accessible way.

Drawers come in all sorts of different sizes, so you should have no trouble finding something that will work for your needs. You can also find drawer dividers that help you to keep things even more organized.


Especially in walk-in closets, mirrors can be a great addition. They not only help you to see yourself while getting dressed, but can also make the space feel larger and more open.

Much of the difference between the available mirrors on the market will be in terms of the kind of "coverage" you want. For example, some mirrors will just be a standard full-length mirror, while others will include additional features (like storage space) as well.

Lighting Accessories

What good is a perfect closet space if you can't see what you're looking for? This is why it's important to consider the lighting in your closet (and to invest in some good lighting accessories).

If you're starting from scratch, you might want to consider installing some recessed lighting in your closet. This will ensure that the space is evenly lit and that you'll be able to see everything you're looking for.

In addition, there are all sorts of different lighting accessories (like lighted hangers) that can help you to see things more clearly. For instance, lighted hangers will illuminate your clothing so that you can easily see what's available.

Ironing Board

If space allows, some who have a regular need for ironing will consider a built-in ironing board in their closet. This is a great way to save space and to have everything you need right at your fingertips.

An ironing board can be easily installed in most closets (and can even be folded away when not in use). If you do a lot of ironing, this is definitely a worthwhile investment. And especially if you have a small closet, it can be a real space-saver.

These are just a few of the different accessories you might want to consider for your new closet. By taking the time to choose the right accessories, you can ensure that your closet is both functional and organized.

For more on this, or to learn about any of our custom closets or other accessories, speak to the team at Precision Closets & Garage today.

If you share a closet space with someone in your life, whether it's a significant other or anyone else, this can occasionally be a stressful experience. From separating each person's individual area to differences in design preferences and other basic areas, there might be a few simple themes you should be working out in advance with someone you share a closet space with.

At Precision Closets & Garage, we're happy to offer a huge range of closet options for our Salt Lake City and other Utah clients, from reach-in closets to walk-in closets and many other options for not just the bedroom, but any other part of your home. We're also happy to help with your design and setup process for any closet need, including for those arranging a shared closet space of any kind. What are some of our top recommendations for how to design and organize shared closets? Here are several.

Closet Design: Make Compromises

If you and someone else in your life are in the process of selecting ideal closets for a shared space, it's important to remember that some level of compromise will be necessary. After all, you'll both be using the same space, so it needs to accommodate both of your needs as much as possible while still being functional and aesthetically pleasing.

You might not get exactly what you want in terms of looks or organization, but try to keep an open mind during the design process. It's more important that everyone is able to use the space comfortably and efficiently than it is for any one person to have their dream closet.

Ensure Enough Space

Perhaps the single most common cause of disagreements or stress surrounding shared closets is a simple lack of enough available space. Some buyers don't take enough time to consider all the different clothes and other possessions they'll be storing in a closet space, assuming they can just fit everything in -- but when it comes time to actually fill the closet up, they suddenly realize that there's nowhere near enough space.

While you're in the planning stages here, both parties who will be using the shared closet should be taking some time to go over their precise needs in terms of space. And because most of us tend to add clothes and possessions over time, we recommend going for a slightly larger closet size than you might think you need. It's always better to have too much space than not enough.

Separate Compartments Whenever Possible

If at all possible, it can be helpful to try and create some kind of separation between the two different people's belongings in a shared closet space. This way, each person has their own little 'area' that they can more easily keep organized, and there's less risk of accidental mixing or damaging of each other's belongings.

One popular way to do this is with a divider shelf -- essentially, a shelf that runs down the middle of the closet (at about head height) and provides a physical barrier between the two sides. If you're using a walk-in closet, you might even be able to put in two entirely separate compartments with their own doors. Just make sure that there's still enough space on both sides for each person to comfortably move around and access all their belongings.

Organize and Declutter Together

Whenever possible, it's best to try and declutter and organize your shared closet space together. This way, you can more easily come to a mutual agreement about what should be kept in the closet and what can be thrown out or stored elsewhere. It also helps to ensure that both people are happy with the final organizational setup of the space.

If you find that you're having trouble coming to an agreement about what should stay and what should go, try to be as objective as possible. For example, if one person hasn't worn a certain item of clothing in over a year, it's probably safe to assume that they don't need it taking up space in the closet. The same goes for any other belongings that are no longer being used on a regular basis.

Move Off-Season Items Elsewhere

Especially if your shared closet space gets a bit crowded at certain times of the year, it can be helpful to move off-season items elsewhere when they're not being used. For example, winter clothes can be stored in boxes or bags under the bed during the summer months, and vice versa.

This helps to free up some extra space in the closet so that both people can more easily access the items they need on a day-to-day basis. It also helps to cut down on the overall clutter in the space, making it more pleasant and inviting to be in.

Importance of Labeling

One element that's enormously valuable in any shared closet space (or really any shared living space) is labeling. Whenever possible, try to label shelves, drawers, and other areas with each person's name. This helps to prevent confusion about who owns what and makes it easier to put things back in the right place.

It can also be helpful to label storage containers or boxes that are being used to store off-season items. This way, you always know exactly what's inside them and can more easily find the things you need when you need them.

Designate a Dirty Laundry Area

Know what will happen if you don't have a dedicated dirty laundry bin, bag or area? Dirty clothes will just be strewn all over the shared closet space, making it more difficult to keep things organized and tidy.

To avoid this problem, it's a good idea to designate a specific area for dirty laundry. This can be anything from a laundry basket or hamper to a whole section of shelves that's just for storing dirty clothes until they can be washed.

For more on how to design and manage a shared closet space with a significant other or anyone else in your life, or to learn about any of our closets, garage storage themes or other products for SLC and nearby clients, speak to the team at Precision Closets & Garage today.

Many kitchen pantries in modern homes share a single quality: They're somewhat crowded, between various food packages, beverages and other items we all keep in these valuable areas. This is the case even for many large, spacious pantries, which become filled up over time -- meaning that in any kitchen where your pantry space is smaller than average, you have an even more significant task ahead of you for proper storage.

At Precision Closets & Garage, we're happy to offer closet and other storage systems for numerous parts of your home, including for custom kitchen pantries and many other distinct areas. When it comes to storage and other basic themes for a pantry space that's on the smaller side, what are some general tips and themes we tend to offer clients? Here are several to consider if you're going this route.

Advanced Planning

If you know that your kitchen pantry space is limited and you're making a promise to yourself that you'll keep it organized and tidy, we recommend advanced planning. Think about what food items and other necessities you use most often, and consider these when putting the pantry together -- in terms of how high or low to stock them and so on.

These themes may trace back as far as your initial design of the pantry, in fact. When you're putting together the overall footprint and design of this area, consider high traffic items that you use most often as well as what products will be stored at eye level (or easily reachable via a top or bottom shelf).

Custom Shelving

One of the top ways to maximize the space you have present in your smaller kitchen pantry is to use custom shelving, which can be made to fit into practically any sized space you have. As the name indicates, you can customize your pantry shelving in any number of ways, including by how high or low you want your shelves to go and more.

This gives you the chance to create storage that's specific for various food items that may be stored together (such as canned goods) or separate (such as snacks; beverages; baking ingredients; etc.). With custom shelving in place, you can feel free to use this type of design in any way you see fit; if you find yourself running out of room, you can add more shelves.

There are a few types to consider here, including both roll-out and pull-out shelves. The former gives you the option to open up a section of shelving and see all items at once; this can be beneficial for select areas (such as baking ingredients) where you need easy access. With pull-out shelves, you can simply grab and go and slide it back into place when finished.

Racks and Hangers

In addition to the shelving, many kitchen pantries benefit from using racks or hangers to store certain items that are used less frequently. If you have an abundance of beverages in your home, for instance -- meaning that your primary shelving area is filled up but there are still some bottles and cans left over -- you'll want to account for these items too.

This may be as simple as installing a rack or hanger on the back of your pantry door, which can fit about four standard sized bottles. Similarly, you may want to install some racks on the inside of your pantry that are specifically for more bulky items. Be sure to stay within reason, however; if your layout is already tight with shelving, it may make sense to forgo racks like these when possible.

Zoning Themes

For many who are looking to improve the space utilization and aesthetics of their pantry, splitting it up into different zones can be useful. You've likely seen this before in larger pantries, where there's a zone for beverages; another for canned goods; one for baking ingredients; and so on.

This is common practice even with smaller kitchen pantries, and it makes sense why: If you know that your pantry is better off with certain product categories separated, zone themes can help you achieve this without too much effort.

In addition to being able to easily zone your pantry by food item, you may also want to consider zone layout by shelf height as well -- such as putting all baking items on the top row and canned goods, beverages and other items below. This method could be useful for those with many taller items, for instance.

Other Accessories

While the areas we've gone over above are some of the most common themes for smaller kitchen pantries, there are a number of other accessories or items you might consider also. These include:

For more on how to improve storage and design an ideal smaller kitchen pantry area, or to learn about any of our closets and other items, speak to the staff at Precision Closets & Garage today.

Many of us make New Year's resolutions when the calendar turns to January each year, and these can be in a variety of areas. One theme you may be thinking about for this year's resolution: Improving your closet storage and organization themes to limit your daily hassle and lower your stress.

At Precision Closets & Garage, we're thrilled to offer a huge range of closets and storage systems to our Lehi clients, from custom reach-in closets to walk-in closets, kids closets and many others. We're proud to assist with all your closet and storage resolutions this New Year, whether they involve simple organization, upgrading your closets or other areas. Here are some of the top recommendations we can make for closet-related New Year's Resolutions.

Upgrading Your Closets

For many homeowners, the new year is the perfect time for a "fresh" start -- and that may even include upgrading your closets. Our storage experts would be glad to help you determine which improvements are right for your home, family and lifestyle.

One of the most popular upgrades we offer is custom reach-in closets, where you'll love the increased space that comes with high quality shelving, drawers and other organization features. We also build walk-in closets, kids closets and other types of custom closets.

For some, the key reason their current closet setup has reached a point of disorganization is a lack of practical space. Upgrading to a new closet design with more space is a clear solution, and also offers the chance to add even more organization features such as drawers, shoe racks and other elements.

We typically recommend starting with one closet system upgrade at a time -- and we're able to craft your ideal new closet system while still preserving your existing space. Plus, we offer full installation services, meaning everything will be installed exactly to your specifications.

Purging the Closet of Unneeded Items

Another common New Year's resolution many people make with regard to their closet is to clean out the unneeded items taking up space. Whether this is clothing you no longer use, gifts you've received but never used, sports equipment or anything else, it's time to get rid of that excess clutter.

For many homeowners in our Lehi community, an important part of purging their closets involves creating a system for keeping track of valuable items. For example, you may want to have a specific spot for stowing away your coats during the summer months or designate another area for storing accessories that are only worn on occasion.

For items you decide to get rid of, you have a few options. Donation is a great way to give back to your community and help those in need. Materials can also be passed on to friends and family members you know will make good use of them, or simply recycled.

Categorize Items

Another key culprit in disorganized closets is a lack of categorization, which leads to items simply being strewn into the closet haphazardly. A smart way to make sure you always know where items are without scrambling through your closet is by designing a system of sections for clothes, as well as installing clothing rods and hanger types that maximize the amount of space you have.

In many cases, your actual closet setup itself will play a huge role in categorizing and separating clothes. For example, if you like to separate your outfits into color groups it's key to make sure there's enough space between your clothing rods for all of these colors.

For organizing the items already in your closet, we recommend using storage baskets and bins that can be tucked away when not in use, meaning they don't take up room on your closet floor or other areas. Our experts can help with selecting the perfect bins and baskets, and we'll show you how to customize them for your space and setup.

Reserve Reach Areas for Important Items

For those with larger closet setups, or who are considering upgrading to such a setup, there will be certain areas that offer the easiest reach access -- and then also those that are a bit tougher to reach from your standard positions. Generally speaking, you want to be placing your most important and frequently-used items in the easiest to reach areas.

For example, this may mean placing your everyday shirts right at eye level so you can quickly grab them when getting dressed for work, or storing your sneakers within arm's reach so it's easy to slip them on before heading out for a jog. Another tip is to try and put certain items that are used less frequently in the harder to reach areas, so they don't get buried at the bottom of your closet.

Don't Over-Purchase

Yet another common reason why closets become disorganized: Their owners buy too many items to fit into their current space. When this is the case, the best thing to do is start purging your clothes and other items to give yourself more room.

When shopping for clothing, bags or any other items you know will be stored in your closet, it's important to limit yourself to picking up necessary items. The last thing you want is to buy things you really don't need, especially when they'll just create more clutter in your closet.

Also, when shopping for new clothes or items that may be coming into your closet at some point in the future, keep in mind that this is not a storage unit and you don't need to purchase multiple bins or shelves to hold everything. Instead, choose smart space-saving techniques like utilizing hanging rods and other vertical surfaces without taking up extra space.

For more on New Year's resolutions related to your closet, or to learn about any of our closet or garage products in Lehi or other parts of Utah, speak to the pros at Precision Closets & Garage today.

Closets are some of your top resources for organization and storage around the home, and you might have a few different purposes for how you utilize them in different areas. One group of people who will often use certain specific cabinets or related storage areas in a particular way: Pet owners, who often utilize these items as ways of keeping their pet's belongings and "area" properly stored and segmented.

At Precision Closets & Garage, we're happy to provide not only custom closet systems, but also numerous related cabinet hardware and accessory pieces that are perfect for helping you organize every part of your pet's life -- from the storage of their belongings to defining the area that's "theirs," so to speak. What are some of the ways closets and related storage accessories can be used in this area? Here's a primer.

Closets as a Designated Pet Storage Area

The most common use of closets among pet owners when they're looking to improve organization is as a designated space to store pet supplies, food, and other items. When you have a designated closet for this purpose, it's easy to keep like items together and make sure they're always easily accessible.

Closets are ideal for many of these items because they completely block your pets from accessing them at all times. A closed closet door is a great way to keep your pet's food and other supplies out of their reach, preventing them from scattering items all over the house or helping themselves to something they shouldn't have.

As you're organizing your closets with your pets in mind, think about including some of the following items:

Cabinets for Quicker Access

In many other cases, you may consider the use of cabinets as your primary pet storage solution. Cabinets are often a better option than closets when you need to have quick and easy access to pet supplies, as you can typically open them without having to go through any extra steps (like opening a door).

As you're looking for cabinets to use in this area, think about installing some that open from the top or that have sliding doors, as these will be the easiest to access for grabbing a toy or a bag of food. You may also want to consider cabinets that are located near your pet's area, so you can keep an eye on them while they're playing.

Importance of Shelving for Pet Cabinets

If you're going the cabinet route for pet item storage, shelving is an important consideration. Shelving will give you a place to store items like food and water dishes, leashes, and other supplies so they're always within reach. It also allows you to maximize the space in your cabinet by using all of the vertical storage space available.

Precision Closets & Garage offers a wide variety of shelving options that are perfect for adding in a custom cabinet. These include wire shelves, adjustable wood shelves, and tray dividers, among other options.

Designing Your Pet Area for Convenience

Often when you're designing your pet area in a closet or a cabinet you want to keep it simple and easy to use. Store items that are used most often near the front of the area and items that your pet doesn't need as often toward the back.

When you're putting together your closet storage space for this area, make sure to leave room for a bed or some other comfortable place for your pet to sleep. If your pet is like most dogs and needs a certain level of comfort when they sleep (such as a raised bed), you'll want to include this in your design.

Other Storage or Convenience Accessories

Here are some of the other items or accessories you might consider when looking to streamline your pet area organization and storage:

For more on how to utilize cabinets, closets and related storage themes to keep your pet's belongings and areas organized, or to learn about any of our custom cabinets or garage storage solutions, speak to the staff at Precision Closets & Garage today.

There are certain home improvement projects that boost both your aesthetics and your practical comfort all in one, and a great example is the installation of a custom walk-in closet. Not only does a walk-in closet add to your home's beauty (and also its property value), it also makes your daily life more convenient in several ways, killing two metaphorical birds with one stone.

At Precision Closets & Garage, we're here to offer a wide range of custom closet options, including many walk-in closet products that can be personalized to your precise needs. What are some of the various areas where a walk-in closet provides value to homeowners? Here's a primer.

Home Value

Even if you aren't planning to sell your home anytime in the near future, you're likely always cognizant of its value and how various projects or improvements impact it. And when it comes to return on investment and increase in home value, walk-in closets are a fantastic option.

Potential buyers on the market view homes with custom walk-in closets as having the 5-star finish that can't be replicated. A single room with minimal square footage may seem unremarkable even if it has countless other advantages, but a walk-in closet serves to make your home more visually appealing and thus prompts increased interest and offers. It also makes the home "feel" cleaner and more organized, which has a similar psychological effect on potential buyers.


You might not think of your closets and cabinets as areas that need improving, but the truth is that they aren't always as convenient as you'd like them to be. Whether you have too little storage space, can't access certain items in hard-to-reach spots, or simply find yourself frustrated with the whole process, a walk-in closet could be just what you need.

If you're looking for a little more organization in your life, a customized walk-in closet may be ideal. Customize your space as desired: Do you want everything to have its own home? Hanging rods capable of holding 100+ pounds, adjustable shelves and shoe racks, a bench or two, and various accessories? It's all possible with walk-in closets.

As the most customizable option out there (customized to your precise needs), you can rest assured knowing that your new closet will serve you as well as it can. And if you're ever unhappy with the results, it's simple and inexpensive to have your closet redesigned.

Storage Space

Another major benefit of a walk-in closet for many homes is the additional storage space it offers. Even relatively large homes often don't have enough storage space, and their size can become suffocating when it's not organized properly.

Walk-in closets allow you to take control of your home's storage woes. Studies show that walk-in closet design has a positive effect on how people feel in their dwelling spaces, and a walk-in closet is the perfect way to bring more storage to your home.

And like any other addition, a walk-in closet also offers practical benefits to every member of the household. Whether you want an organized space for toys and games or a logical place for keeping all your winter clothes, your new walk-in closet could be just the solution you're looking for.

A walk-in closet can be an easy way to add valuable square footage to your home without requiring any major construction work. Talk with our team today about how it can help you achieve more organization and better convenience in your daily life!

Improved Privacy

Privacy is important to many people, and a walk-in closet can offer a reasonable solution to this desire. When you have a walk-in closet built in your bedroom, it can give you the privacy that you crave without cutting into square footage or blocking natural light from entering the space.

Your walk-in closet can come with any sort of door or other entryway you'd like. Some prefer a basic sliding door and others want something more ornate and decorative to match their bedroom furnishings, but it's up to you! Our team will help you customize your space to meet your needs and preferences.

Easy Organization

Are you the type who has too many clothes and accessories, and struggles to keep them organized within your current setup? On top of all the other benefits we've gone over here, a walk-in closet also provides you the ability to keep your belongings organized easily and conveniently.

This is partially due to the added space, which we already went over, but also due to other factors. Walk-in closets offer simple ways to divide your belongings into categories. By dividing your clothes using either different types of hanging space (i.e., rods, shelves) or built-in accessories like shoe racks, you can keep your clothing choices under control and make searching for what you want a quick and simple process.

A properly designed walk-in closet should allow it to be easily organized, and ensure that everything in your closet is easily accessible at all times. This way, you can find what you need when you need it, and know exactly where to return it after use.

Easy Cleaning

Finally, cleaning a walk-in closet is also typically far easier than cleaning most other spaces, and this can be a major plus for busy individuals who don't have time to waste on such things. Instead of a cramped, cluttered space that takes forever to clean, a walk-in closet offers room to move around and easy access for cleaning supplies.

For more on the benefits of a walk-in closet, or to learn about any of our closets, garages, pantries or other products, speak to the team at Precision Closets & Garage today.

The fall is here, and for parents around Salt Lake City and other parts of Utah, this means the kids are back in school. While this is often an exciting time of year, it's also one that comes with a few new tasks or responsibilities -- and for some, it's an ideal time of year to do some organizing in a few important home areas.

At Precision Closets & Garage, organization is our specialty. We offer numerous custom closets and other storage types, including kid's closets if the time has come to upgrade your young child to a greater amount of storage space. Whether you're making this sort of upgrade or just looking to keep things in order during the busy return-to-school fall period, here are some general tips we can offer.

Kid Closet Setups

One of the most important organization areas for any parent as the new school year starts up: Your child's closet space. Whether you're upgrading them to a new closet or simply helping them organize their existing space, here are a few tips.

In some cases, your organization themes for your child's closet and storage space will reveal a simple reality: They need more space. At this point, you can call on our trusty team of closet experts, who will work with you to find the ideal custom closet setup for your child's increasing needs.

Mudroom or Entryway

Another important area during the school year is the mudroom, entryway, or whatever else you might call this area of the home. This is typically where kids leave items like backpacks and school materials, plus where they take off and put on their shoes.

Once again, take some time to clean and organize this area to prepare it for the wear-and-tear of the upcoming year. Again, though, you may notice that as your child gets older, this area has less and less available space -- and eventually, you may even reach a point where you consider installing new closets or other forms of storage space, an area where our team will be happy to assist you.

For more on how to prepare and organize important areas of your home for back-to-school, or to learn about any of our closets or other storage systems in Salt Lake City, speak to the staff at Precision Closets & Garage today.

For fashion enthusiasts or anyone else who maintains a collection of smaller accessories like necklaces, bracelets and similar items, storage for these items is an important consideration. While they may be smaller, this actually sometimes makes it easier for clutter or disorganization to arise — but the right closet customization and similar themes will leave you in great shape.

At Precision Closets, we’re here to help with numerous closet services and options, including custom storage systems for small spaces like accessory storage areas. Here’s a quick word on how to store a few of the most common fashion accessory types you might own.

Bracelets and Necklaces

If you’re storing bracelets and necklaces, there are a few things to consider. The first is that the storage area should be dark. Exposure to light can significantly reduce colors over time, and also promote tarnish on metal pieces — both of which are undesirable outcomes.

Second, larger items like necklaces may need additional support in the form of wire racks or similar items to prevent them from bending. This is especially true if they’re made from heavier materials.


Earrings can be mounted on hooks or, more commonly, placed in containers. One option to consider is wire racks that are pierced and have space for multiple pairs of earrings on each hook. These are available at a number of retailers and may prove useful in your storage area.

Another common jewelry accessory is the ring, which has a surprising amount of storage options. You can also store earrings in a jewelry box with dividers (which are often adjustable), or you can mount them on wall racks if they’re particularly beautiful and you want to highlight them.

Hat Storage

If you wear hats, it’s best to keep them stored in a dark area, such as a closet. The same conditions apply here as with other accessories — light exposure can cause colors to fade and certain materials, particularly straws, may not react well with humidity. Many people choose to hang hats on racks, though others place them vertically in drawers.


Scarves and other similar types of accessories can be stored in a few different ways. One of the most popular is to fold them and store them in drawers or over hanging rods (which are available for this purpose at many stores). Though they don’t take up much space, folding helps keep them out of the way when storing this type of accessory.

If you’re looking to store a large number of scarves, it might be a good idea to place them in containers so they stay organized.


Many people have closets that double as shoe storage areas — and there are many different options for this type of use. The most common is shelves that display shoes; another involves the use of over-the-door racks that limit the floor space you’re using. Both of these are easily customized to your space and your shoe collection, so it’s a great way to maximize the value you get out of a limited amount of space.

For more on accessory storage within your closet system, or to learn about any of our closets, pantries, garages or other storage themes, speak to the staff at Precision Closets today.

When we refer to our custom closet systems at Precision Closets & Garage, such as our custom bedroom closets, we truly mean custom. Our team will measure your space and account for any specific details or desires you have while planning out a custom closet design and installation, plus ask you questions about the items that will go in the closet, the sorts of accessories you need and more.

This means we’re able to construct the perfect closet for any specific need, including certain special uses of bedroom closets that some are interested in. One such option: The “beauty room” closet, also sometimes called a “glam room,” where items like makeup, hair products and clothes can all be combined for a comprehensive experience – one that’s great for both individuals and groups. If you’re looking for a walk-in closet that doubles as a beauty room in Salt Lake City or any surrounding area, what are some of the top themes to consider? Here are a few.

Importance of Lighting

Lighting is important for most closet spaces, but particularly so for those where you might have multiple mirrors and will be performing tasks like applying makeup, doing your hair or several others. For beauty room closets, it’s ideal to utilize both natural and man-made light in complementary ways – some actual bulbs will surely be necessary for specified mirror areas, but it’s best to top that off with some nice natural light from the open room near the closet if possible.

One popular choice for the beauty room: “Glam” mirrors, which come with light bulbs already included. Some of these will have multiple bulbs to use as-needed.

Storage Space and Options

And of course, no beauty closet will be ideal without the proper storage space – for all the items that might be used. From drawer separators for makeup through the proper bars and hanging locations for clothes, you need to ensure that everything will have a home within your setup, even if you have more than one person in the space at the same time.

Decorating and Accessorizing

And once you’ve ensured your beauty closet will be both spacious enough and properly-lit, you can get to the real fun part: Decorating and accessorizing the space, from the way everything is laid out to the additional aesthetics you choose to include – many will pick themes like plants, art or related items to complement their space. Pillows and other cushions are also popular, especially if you’re planning on having one or more chairs for people to sit on.

For more on how to design a perfect “beauty room” closet in a walk-in space, or to learn about any of our closets, cabinets or garage storage systems in Salt Lake City, speak to the staff at Precision Closets & Garage today.

There are a few basic day-to-day life elements that pretty much no one enjoys spending time on, and doing the laundry is a great example. One theme that helps you minimize the boring, laborious time you spend doing your laundry: Improving your laundry room storage themes and capacity to make the entire process more convenient.

At Precision Closets & Garage, we’re here to help. We offer a huge variety of laundry room cabinets ideal for storage, plus assistance with numerous other themes that will improve the convenience and simplicity of your laundry setup. What are some of the top areas to consider if you’re looking to streamline your laundry room organization? Here’s a primer.

Laundry Room Cabinets

First and foremost, you can set the table for a comprehensive laundry room setup by going with quality laundry room cabinets. The primary use of cabinets in the laundry room is for storage, whether of items like detergents and fabric softeners or for a few other possible items, such as an ironing board. If you have children or pets, you should consider placing these cabinets higher up so they cannot be messed with.

In other cases, some even utilize cabinets to store their washer and dryer. This allows for these high-value items to be protected while also bringing a sleek, “hidden” aesthetic to the entire room. There are several good options when it comes to laundry room cabinet selection and usage.

Large Countertops

In addition, maintaining large countertop space is often important for laundry room setups. These areas make it far easier to fold and sort clothes, making it simpler to organize the entire family’s laundry all in one place. The counter also offers a better location than the top of machines on which to place laundry baskets or other heavy items.

Foldout Board

Do you regularly take part in ironing clothes? If so, you should strongly consider a folding ironing board in the laundry room. This item, which can easily be placed behind cabinet doors in many cases, removes the need for you to drag your portable ironing board around the house every time you need it. You can have it installed at the ideal height, meaning there will be no adjustment needed between sessions.

Hanging Rods

Finally, be sure to place at least a couple hanging rods, drying racks or similar hanging components in the space. These are ideal for wet clothes, towels and other items that might need to hang, but can be hung up in discreet locations that don’t limit the space in the room.

For more on the important storage elements to consider alongside laundry room cabinets, or to learn about any of our cabinets, closets, garages or other services, speak to the staff at Precision Closets & Garage today.