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Introduction to closet design for every season

The best way to store your clothing is to keep it organized and in a place where you can easily access it. You should also consider the type of clothing you have and how often you wear it. For example, you may want to keep your casual clothes in a different place than your dress clothes. Finally, you should ensure that your clothing is stored so that it will not get wrinkled or damaged.” If you’re like most people, you have a lot of clothing.

Characteristic of clothing from different seasons.

Spring Clothing-

Spring clothing is typically made of lighter materials compared to winter clothing, such as cotton or linen, which are breathable, and comfortable while keeping warm. Dresses and skirts can often be too cold for spring weather. Instead, try wearing pants combine with T-shirts and light jackets. There are many different styles of pants that can be suitable for the spring season, such as cargo pants and capris. When designing a closet for spring clothing, it will require a few rods for hangers. These hangers can be used to hang pants or uppers.

Summer Clothing-

Similar to spring, summer clothing is typically made of lightweight materials that allow your skin to breathe. You’ll want to avoid wearing too many layers, which can make you feel too hot and uncomfortable. Wearing light colors will reflect the sun’s heat instead of absorbing it. shorts, T-shirts, and tank tops are all great options for summer clothing. You’ll also want to have a few light sweaters or jackets on hand in case the weather gets cooler in the evening. Summer apparel has many accessories that complement clothing. Few pairs of sunglasses, jewelry, hair bands, etc. Drawers are helpful for these small accessories.

Fall Clothing-

As the weather starts to cool down in the fall, you’ll want to switch out your summer clothes for something a little warmer. Long-sleeved shirts, pants, and jackets are all great options for fall. And don’t forget to pack a few sweaters or hoodies to keep you warm on those chilly days. You’ll also want to switch out your light-colored clothes for something a little darker, as these colors will absorb more heat. The jackets, and long-sleeves shirts can be folded and stacked on shelves.

Winter Clothing-

When the weather gets cold in the winter, you’ll want to make sure you have plenty of warm clothes to keep you comfortable. Heavy coats, jackets, sweaters, and boots are all essential for surviving the winter months. And don’t forget to pack some thermals or long johns to wear under your clothes for extra warmth. You may also want to invest in a good pair of snow pants if you plan on spending any time outdoors in the snow. Winter is also a good time to break out those dark-colored clothes again, as they will help absorb more heat than light colored. The heavy jackets need to be hanged and the heavy pants can be stored in a drawer.

Closet layout

Due to the characteristics of different types of clothing, it will require a combination of different storage components for organization. Closet layout can be defined by the space that the closet is in.

Master Closet Design

Layout 1:

Master closet design 1

Left Side Wall – The left side wall closet is divided into four functional spaces. The long-hanging clothing, drawers, low-hanging clothing, and infrequently used storage. This storage layout is great for sharing between partners for on-season items.

Master closet left side wall

Right side wall- The right side wall offers a great solution for alternate clothing. Jacket, hoodies, and thin sweater for spring and fall are perfect for this layout. It can also be used to create independent storage for the couple.

Master closet right side wall


Master closet back side wall

The back wall is set up offseason storage and accessories. The rod for heavy clothing. The drawer for pants and shallow for infrequent use accessories. Adding some panels on the top will allow suitcase storage.

This master closet setup uses cost-efficient materials that are made of most MDF, plastic, and metal. The unisex multipurpose layout offers limitless possibilities to homeowners.

Guest closet design

Guest closet back wall

This closet design is for guests that is staying only for a few nights up to a week. Most of the spaces is open and can be used to add portable storage. The larger open space in the middle can be used to store suitcases.

guest closet design 2

This design two is slightly more complex with the closet divided into three function sections. The right side is used for suitcase and long hanging. The left side for shirts and pants. This is perfect for business guests.

Entry closet design

entry closet design

This entry closet design is to fit all-purpose. The left side of the closet is divided into shelves and drawers. The drawer can be used for shoes or hats. The top shelves are for less frequently used items. The right side has four spaces for coats, jackets, and suits. A family of four can each get independent spaces or the family can share the two to three spaces and leave the rest for guests.

Children closet design

Since children’s clothes vary greatly in size and shape, a hanging bar is often not the most effective way to store them. Shelves and drawers are a better option, as they can easily be accessed by children and they can see all of their clothes at once. Leaving the closet space open and applying different storage options and allowing them to design their own closet is probably best.


Simple closet design can start around a few hundred dollars and complex closet design with custom cabinetry and wood finishes can cost ten to twenty thousand dollars depending on the size of the space.

The most important thing to keep in mind is the closet should be designed to meet your specific needs. Whether you’re looking for a simple storage solution or a complex custom closet, there’s a design out there that will work for you.