Apartments with Walk in Closets in Orlando, FL

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Apartments with Walk in Closets in Orlando, FL

Walk-in Closet

One of the best parts about shopping for apartments is having the option to create the perfect amenity combination that works best for your lifestyle. Whether you're looking for an apartment in the Kissimmee area or somewhere more central like Ocoee apartments, you're bound to find apartments with walk in closets. Additionally, you can choose from various sizes and layouts—including 2 bedroom apartments that both have walk-in closets—that will help you optimize your storage space.

What is a Walk-in Closet?

Most apartments come with closets that include rods for hanging clothes and a few shelves. However, walk-in closets are big enough for a person to step inside completely within an enclosed space. Many walk-in closets include rods on multiple sides, allowing much more room for hanging clothes. Additionally, they may have extra tier or two of shelves above the rods. The layout and size of the apartment's walk-in closet will vary by community, so check the layout details if you're looking for a specific size. You will also be able to see if the closet features a door, curtain or an open entry.

Keeping Your Apartment Walk in Closet Organized

With all that extra space, you may be tempted to just throw your clothes on hangers and be done with unpacking. However, taking the time to plan out your walk-in closet organization strategy can be very helpful in the long run. For examples, pants and longer dresses can conceal shorter items, like skirts or shorts, making it much more difficult to find your favorite outfit in a pinch. For a more efficient process, hang all your longer clothing items in one area. Delicate items, such as formal dresses and suits, can be placed in a corner where they're less likely to get pushed around, caught on things or knocked over. You may want to hang these items with a plastic protective bag to keep them in tip-top shape.

Although walk-in closets are meant to be larger than usual for extra storage space, many of us find that it fills up quickly! To avoid this problem, go through all your clothes and determine what items could be stored somewhere other than on a hanger. If that bulky winter coat is taking up too much space, you may be able to gently fold it on top instead. Smaller tank tops and other shirts can take up a lot of hanger space. Consider placing these items in a dresser, which may be able to fit comfortably under some of your shorter clothes. Dressers are also a good place to store items that don't wrinkle easily.

Apartments in Orlando are near an Ikea store, which is an excellent resource for furnishing your entire apartment on a budget. Their website is also a great place to get ideas for ways to maximize your storage, like hanging shoe slots, stackable plastic tubs, dividers and other closet accessories that will give you much more space. For more ideas on how to make the most of walk-in closets, read through this helpful HGTV article.

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