IKEA closet system – organize your clothing

Closet storage systems by IKEA

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The IKEA closet system is a smart wardrobe which comes with some sections and drawer storages.

The rods in the larger sections of IKEA closet systems serve to hold the hangers with your dresses, jeans, skirs and coats. Each section of your IKEA closet storage can be used to store there different kind of outwear. The narrow upper shelves have also opened design and serve to place there your hearwear and small bags and clutches. There is a ton of space in the drawers and IKEA closet shelving to keep there your jewellery, belts, perfume, creams. Some units feature a large mirror and the part of the stuff may become a built-in vanity.

If you do not like the opened look of your IKEA wardrobe closet you can hang the doors on it. However, IKEA PAX doors are offered separately. Anyway they fit perfectly the system of your closet organizer by the company. All closet systems by IKEA company feature special holes in the sides of each section to adjust the height of the shelves and customize the wardrobe you have got already. Change the position of shelves and rods and each time get an absolutely new unit. The versatility of the system gives a good chance for your own IKEA closet ideas which you may use basing on the wardrobe functions. In each case the closet system by IKEA may get different construction which you will design yourself. Organize your clothing and enjoy the look of your tidy house inside.

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