Some of the earliest uses for closet organizers were born in the craft rooms of our grandmothers. There was always the dilemma of what to do with all those balls of yarn, bolts of fabric, buttons, and various tools of their crafting trades. And, there is still plenty of need today to organize such areas of the home.
But what if you are not a crafter? What if your area of clutter consists of digital photos, electronic cords, computer games, and small cool gizmos that are powered by batteries, cords, and assorted software? Is there a closet organizing system just for you? Well, of course!
Many homes have what is known as a linen closet, often centrally located. However, with a little imagination that linen closet can be expanded to satisfy many other uses. Because it is centrally located in the home, it is a great area to utilize closet organizers and gather all the various electronic toys and gadgets so that everyone can find what they are looking for.
For example, let’s consider your digital camera. Like many of us, you have probably discovered the benefits of taking tens of thousands of pictures that you will never need to develop, but can still enjoy. The problem is, you have tens of thousands of pictures stored on your computer and it is eating up hard drive space and when you want to find that one, special picture…you can’t!