Master his and her closets have become an essential feature of the master suite. They’ve also been proven to cultivate happier, more dashing couples. A proper his and her closet has plenty of well-planned space for couples to comfortably dress and show off their personal style.
CREATIVE CURES FOR THE COMMON CLOSET
Drawers and racks should be customized to his and her needs. The closet should include many organizational features, like cabinetry outfitted for specific accessories and even islands to layout wardrobe details in advance for a quick escape on busy days.
What a great idea! The same items used to open cabinet doors and drawers can also provide the answer to keeping your necklaces organized and tangle-free. Take the idea one step further, using pulls for scarves and ties.
Using knobs and pulls won’t replace a well-designed tie rack or jewelry box, but they are perfect for staging key elements for getting ready quickly when you’ve got a busy day ahead. With a little creativity, the cure for the common closet is at your fingertips.
SHINE ’EM UP RIGHT
Shoes are an investment that will last for many years with proper care. Start by brushing off the dust and dirt. Then, with a rag wrapped tightly around your first two fingers, apply the polish in small, tight swirls. By the time you’re through applying wax or polish to the second shoe, the first will be dry and ready to brush. Spray a little water on a second, light application of polish—a spit shine—then buff with a soft cotton cloth.
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Meet The Designer
As lead Kitchen and Bath Designer for Waypoint Living Spaces®, my goal is to become a partner and support you in the creation of beautiful living spaces. As a busy mother of two, I have a true understanding and appreciation for a well-designed, functional space. That's why I'm here - to deliver expert support and content that makes your job easier. Together, let's achieve exactly what you have in mind!
Jennifer LeMarr, CKBD
Certified Kitchen and Bath Designer