Closet storage refers to a variety of built-in shelving and systems used within a closet space for the storage of clothing or other items. Integrating inside the space of a closet, understood as architectural features and not as pieces of stand-alone furniture like armoires or dressers, closet storage is typically fixed in place. Some closets, known as “fitted closets” are built into the walls, taking up no apparent space in a room. Different closet storages function to hold different items of clothing; examples include coat closets, linen closets, utility closets, walk-in closets, and others. Closet storage fixtures generally refers to the larger diversity of approaches that mix hanger rods, shelving, drawers, and bins to aid the user in more efficient organization strategies and a better use of the closet space.
To build shelves in a closet for storage you need to start out by measuring the closet space, being sure to measure the back wall and 2 side walls of your closet. Afterwards measure out the pieces in your desired material for shelves and shelf supports and cut the pieces. Then attach the shelf supports to the wall and install the shelves.
Some factors to consider when building closet storage system are if you want an open or closed storage system. It is important to consider shelves or clothing racks and the access and storage they offer. It should also be considered the clothing categories of the closet storage system and the amount of space available.
Start to build your closet storage system by measuring your closet. Plan out your desired closet storage, create a diagram for reference, and gather all your supplies. Cut out your materials accordingly to your plan and then sand and paint them if necessary. Then assemble your closet storage, and finish by adding your belongings to the closet.