The closet: the bane of most people’s rooms.
It’s the part of the room that holds the most “treasures” but is never organized, even when you spend a weekend putting it together. By Tuesday of the next week, it’s a mess again.
It’s the part of the room that just doesn’t seem to have enough space!
Closets are something we all need and use and something we just can’t seem to keep in order. There’s either not enough space or just no way to keep all the clothes organized to make it easy to find what you need when you need it. You’re not alone in your angst. But, there are ways to make your life easier when it comes to the little clothing retailer that is your closet. We can help design a closet system for you that will have you wanting to spend more time in your closet rather than shutting the doors and running away! Continue reading
Maybe you have memories of helping out in the garage when you were a kid. It may have taken all summer, but you helped Dad rebuild an old engine. It could’ve been a less complex project like building an epic tree fort in the backyard, or piecing together a lemonade stand. The thing that’s changed the most over the years is the amount of extra time you may or may not have to complete projects around the house. Continue reading
What’s hiding in your closet? You might jump immediately to your Clothes closet, but when it comes to closets there are many different kinds. At Brunsell we want you to get the most out of every closet you have in your home. Once you take a close look at your closets you’ll find out if you’re taking full advantage of the space you have. So don’t just stop at your bedroom closets, investigate your linen closet, utility closet, and pantry.
How nice would it be to open your closet, find exactly what you need every time and move on with your day? Here are some tips to get started on recreating your closet space. Continue reading
In New York City, where a family condo can easily garner a $1.5 million price tag, flat square-footage measurements aren’t always the final word on livable space. Some buyers here would rather know a home’s cubic square footage. Where elbow room is at a premium—and, boy, is it ever—they simply can’t afford to waste vertical space. So, they think outside the box. You might even say they’ve mastered the art of using the whole box: Continue reading