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5 Areas to Design Built-In Systems


Designing organizational systems in a home is not just about making the space look neat and tidy. It’s also about creating a functional and efficient environment that makes everyday tasks easier to manage.  The best time to add built-in organizational systems to your home is when you are having a house built from the ground up.

New construction gives you the freedom to add a variety of built-in organizational features to the space. You can customize them to your family’s needs and likes before one item is moved into the house. Not sure which ones you should consider? Here are five areas we think are your best bets for creating order in your new home.

5 Areas to Design Built-In Systems
  1. Kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of the home, and it’s also one of the busiest rooms. It’s where we prepare meals, eat and gather with family and friends. Keeping the kitchen organized can be a challenge, but it’s essential to maintain a clean and functional space. Built-in organizational systems such as pull-out pantry shelves and drawer dividers can provide you with easy access to all of your kitchen essentials. Installing pull-out trash cans and recycling bins can also keep waste out of sight and reduce clutter.

  1. Closet

Closets are often the most cluttered spaces in our homes. We tend to accumulate clothes, shoes and accessories over time, and without proper organization, it can be challenging to find what we need. Built-in closet systems can help maximize storage space and keep clothes and accessories organized. Custom shelving, valet rods and drawers can all be tailored to your specific needs and preferences.

  1. Garage

The garage is often the catch-all for items that don’t have a place inside the house. However, with proper organization, it can become a functional space for storage, hobbies, and even a workspace. Built-in storage systems such as shelving units, wall-mounted racks and overhead storage can make the most of the available space. Tool organizers and workbenches can also help create a functional workspace in the garage.

  1. Entryway

Entryways are often a drop zone for bags, purses, and shoes, all of which can quickly become a mess. Eliminate that problem by having custom storage built in your entryway. Not only will you nip chaos in the bud, you can ensure that it blends in with your décor rather than standing out.

  1. Laundry Room

The laundry room is often a small and overlooked space, but it’s an area that can benefit from built-in organizational systems. Custom cabinets and shelves can help maximize storage space, while wall-mounted drying racks can help save space. A built-in ironing board can also help make ironing more convenient and reduce clutter in the laundry room.

Designing built-in organizational systems in a new home can make a big difference in how we use and enjoy our living spaces. Whether it’s the kitchen, closet, garage, entryway or laundry room, a well-organized space can improve efficiency, reduce stress and create a house you’ll love for generations.

Which of these built-in organizational systems will you add to your new home construction?

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