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Best Pre-holiday Remodeling Projects

With the holidays approaching many American families are making plans to welcome guests into our homes as we anticipate celebrating special days during the year-end months of November and December. In fact, many homeowners are undertaking small remodeling projects in preparation for these special holiday events. December-Christmas-2012-057-(1).JPGOne remodeling project guaranteed to make your home look nice, and also make entertaining easier, is adding closet organization systems in closets (and rooms) around the house.

Organized Closets Make for Easier Entertaining
Closet organization is one pre-holiday remodeling project that will make staging your holiday celebration so much easier. As you clean out and organize by adding storage systems, you are creating additional space to receive items you’d like to clear out of the public family spaces to make more room for entertaining. Additionally, the added closet storage will enable you to better prepare guest rooms to receive friends and family for the holidays. There are many ways to enhance your home by remodeling with storage and organization systems, let’s review tips on how to get started and some of the smart closet options available today.
Getting Started on Your Project

Once you are ready to get started planning your project, follow closet organization best practices by taking inventory of the items you need to store in the closet, such as clothing, accessories and shoes. AIMG_0661.JPGfter you've decided what you need to store and how much storage space you will require, evaluate closet organization system options to see which systems and closet options would meet your needs and match your budget. While many homeowners have the budget for a custom wood closet system, most select either a wire or melamine shelf-and-bracket closet system.
Closet Systems from WoodTrac
Closet organization system options from WoodTrac by Sauder Woodworking illustrate different options to consider as you begin preparing your home for the holidays.  Will you be selecting a wire or melamine shelf system? HGTV Remodels says, “Melamine systems are made of an ultra-thin sheet of paper printed with color and pattern, then saturated with resin and thermally fused to industrial-grade particleboard or MDF (medium-density fiberboard)… The best melamine systems use thermally fused, thick (3/4") boards. IMG_0680.JPGThe thickness of the material, the process used to make the system (thermally fused melamine is preferred over cold-pressed) and the quality of the accessories and fittings determine the durability of the product.” Available in white, cherry and espresso finishes, WoodTrac’s ¾” thick MDF (medium-density fiberboard) closet systems are just right for bedroom closets, the laundry room and office or family room closets.

Good-Better-Best Closet Design Options
WoodTrac wood-based closet systems include a wide range of products and price points, offering homeowners “good-better-best” design options that provide the flexibility and adaptability necessary to solve challenging storage requirements around the home.  WoodTrac closet systems offer everything from a luxurious walk-in closet including full cabinets with solid backs featuring adjustable shelves, drawers, doors and rod options; to hanging half cabinets with open backs.
Have you considered straightening out and organizing any of the reach-in closets in the children’s or spare bedrooms? Or, how about adding a hanging half or full cabinet to your laundry room? Whether you undertake a large walk-in master closet system remodeling project, or install a small reach-in closet kit, by using a variety of storage components you can create a decked-out closet that makes staging for the holidays this year more relaxed and stress-free.
Posted: November 04, 2014

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