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Order in your bedroom closet, a dream within reach

Do you want a stylish and organised wardrobe, but don’t know where to start? We have gathered some inspiration and practical tips to help you realise your closet dream. Conceal your clothes behind trendy sliding doors or keep them in full view with an open wall solution. With the flexible Click-in system you can plan and customise your closet to suit your own specific storage needs.

There are special shelves, baskets, hooks and other clothes storage accessories especially customised to what you need to store, whether you have a lot of shirts, shoes, jumpers, pants or accessories. And when your storage needs changes, you can rearrange and add to your solution, all through life. You will discover that when everything has its own space, you will have a much smoother morning, as well as a more restful bedroom.

Get a nice overview of your clothes combining shelves in various depth

Thanks to the open and airy design of the Click-in system you will get a nice overview of your clothes. To add to the overview, plan for shelves with a depth adapted to the specific type of clothes you want to store. Shallower shelves relatively close to each other make it easier to keep order, find things and to see what you have in your wardrobe. Shelves 30 cm deep are sufficient for tops. For bulkier clothes like jumpers, there are shelves with depths of 40 and 50 cm.

Add calm and use your space well with sliding doors

Sliding doors add a welcome calm in the bedroom by covering your clothes. They do not need any space to open, which means you can use the floor space all the way up to the wardrobe. You can use that space for a bedside table, plant or reading chair. There are numerous designs, materials and colours on sliding doors to choose from.

Sliding door options

Store things according to how often you use them

Store things you use seldom, like suitcases, extra blankets or seasonal things high up in your storage solution. Keep the things you use daily at a reachable and practical height. Work clothes should for example be easier to reach than your party clothes.

Store your clothes by category

A good way to store your clothes is by dividing the solution into sections for job, leisure and party. Another way is sorting by colour. To keep a clean look, use identical hangers in the entire closet.

Make a system for regular sorting of unused clothes

A good way of sorting unused clothes that take up valuable space in your closet is to create a system for it. Place deep baskets or sacks quite centrally. Then mark them with “sell”, “swap”, “give away”, “recycle” etc. Place the garments there right away when you decide you don’t want it any more. This way you are more likely to actually do something about them.

Planning a closet under inclined ceilings

Sloping ceilings are common in our homes, and can be a problem for furnishings. The flexible Click-in system fit into any space even in a room with a sloping ceiling. Use a freestanding solution and place solid shelves or Accessory trays on top. There you can place bags, accessories and other things you want easily accessible. Another option is to combine the top hung Click-in system with the shelving system mounted above. Find out more about sloping ceilings here.

5 smart products for an organised closet

It’s all up to the small details when it comes to planning the perfect closet. There are numerous smart storage products which will help you keep control of all your clothes and accessories, and make your everyday run a bit smoother.

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Keep your ties and belts in order

To quickly find your all favourite accessories like ties, belts, scarves or necklaces, use the Gliding tie and belt rack.

Gliding tie and belt rack

31,70

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Keep your ties and belts in order

To quickly find your all favourite accessories like ties, belts, scarves or necklaces, use the Gliding tie and belt rack.

Gliding tie and belt rack

31,70

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Divide your drawers

Drawers can be used not just for storing clothes, but for accessories and small things you need close at hand, like for example shoe polish, toiletry bag etc. Use mesh drawer dividers in your closet to make smaller compart - ments for those smaller things or to keep socks and underware divided.

Mesh drawer divider multi

11,40

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Divide your drawers

Drawers can be used not just for storing clothes, but for accessories and small things you need close at hand, like for example shoe polish, toiletry bag etc. Use mesh drawer dividers in your closet to make smaller compart - ments for those smaller things or to keep socks and underware divided.

Mesh drawer divider multi

11,40

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Space for more shoes

A shoe shelf which can be pulled out gives you easy access to your shoes and can hold more shoes than a regular shoe shelf as the shoes are stored at an angle.

Gliding shoe shelf mesh

42,10

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Space for more shoes

A shoe shelf which can be pulled out gives you easy access to your shoes and can hold more shoes than a regular shoe shelf as the shoes are stored at an angle.

Gliding shoe shelf mesh

42,10

4

Add support for tidy clothes piles

Add Shelf dividers to your wire shelves to create tidy piles of your tops and sweaters and stop them from sliding to the sides.

Wire shelf divider

7,20

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Add support for tidy clothes piles

Add Shelf dividers to your wire shelves to create tidy piles of your tops and sweaters and stop them from sliding to the sides.

Wire shelf divider

7,20

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A stylish shelf for unloading

A solid shelf is practical when you need a place to unload the fresh laundry or the small things that otherwise end up everywhere in your bedroom.

Click-in melamine shelf

26,40

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A stylish shelf for unloading

A solid shelf is practical when you need a place to unload the fresh laundry or the small things that otherwise end up everywhere in your bedroom.

Click-in melamine shelf

26,40

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