How to Hide in a Closet

Hands down the best way to hide in a Tampa closet is to make sure the doors close properly. No seriously, you can’t hide in one unless it’s free of clutter.

We all know what it’s like having a closet that’s nickname is the “great hole that eats clothes.” Opening the door is almost a danger to your safety with all the stuff that falls out of it on a regular basis. The thing is, it would likely be better to just clean out the closet now and then and avoid the daily “slam and cram” blues of trying to get just one more thing in that closet.

Ideally what you want is a custom built closet system that you can be proud of and gets rid of the clutter. Put another way, having a custom built Tampa closet brings “neat and tidy” back into your life. Tampa closets have a lot going for them, not the least of which is clean and modern designs suited to each person’s preferences. That’s the company you would want, one that builds Tampa custom closets because they know that each person’s living space is unique.

To have a Tampa closet specifically designed for your home, one of the first things you want to consider is if you want more open space, prefer a reach-in Tampa closet, or have a yen for a walk-in closet.

Having the right Tampa closet in your home will not only double the amount of space you have, but it will make it infinitely more useable. Hands down, that beats jamming everything you own into one small space with a door until it overflows out onto the bedroom floor or front hallway.

Tampa custom closets can also be built with an island or even a bank of drawers for those who love to have lots of extra storage. If you take the time to search online for a company that takes great pride in their craftsmanship and only builds Tampa closets with “real” wood and not cheap chipboard, your whole shopping experience will be a real pleasure.

In addition to using solid wood, you should be able to choose the best veneer (all maple) in a wide variety of finishes from charcoal to natural. Now “that” is a natural, Tampa custom closet that adds resale value to your home.

James Talarchyk is with Tampa closet and Tampa custom closet maker Bearcreek Closets. To learn more about custom closet systems or custom home office systems, visit

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