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Engage by Häfele: Closet Accessories

Drawer dividers, custom built-ins, pull out drawers, organizing, closet organization

Divided Deep Drawer

Product details:
  • A sophisticated bulk storage solution specifically designed for the closet
  • Fully lined fabric basket with a deep divider and rigid wooden base
  • Dividers are lined with the Engage fabric, creating a luxurious space
  • The 204 mm (8″) deep basket is large enough to organize but not too deep to lose things
  • 18″ width supplied with one divider, 24″ and 30″ supplied with two dividers
  • Dividers can be set at any spacing required – 100% customizable compartments

Pull Out Shelf

Product details:
  • Easily reconfigured to meet your storage needs
  • Jewelry trays and dividers customize the pull-out shelf
  • Fabric lined bottom is standard
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shoe rack, shoe storage, organized shoes

Pull Out Shoe Organizer

Product details:
  • The perfect solution for shoes to utilize depth and make shoes easy to access.
  • 18″ holds up to 6 pairs, 24″ holds up to 9 pairs, 30″ up to 12 pairs & 36″ up to 15 pairs
  • Comes with specially designed Sandal Clips to turn the front row into sandal storage.

Jewelry Organizer

Product details:
  • The perfect jewelry storage solution that tucks under a fixed shelf and occupies a minimal amount of space.
  • A completely customizable grid that is specifically sized for jewelry, ties, glasses and more
  • Any combination of grid dividers can be removed, changing the spacing so that it is perfectly sized for sunglasses, belts, larger jewelry, mobile phones etc.
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Lingerie divider, drawer storage, custom storage

Divided Lingerie Drawer

Product details:
  • Designed specifically for lingerie that organizes more pieces in less space than conventional drawer.
  • Included dividers are lined with the ENGAGE fabric, creating a luxurious space.
  • Dividers can be set at any spacing required – 100% customizable compartment.

Laundry Bag

Product details:
  • Beautiful, deep, removable laundry hampers that come in 12″, 15″ and 18″ widths.
  • Configured with two specifically sized hampers allowing for easy laundry sorting.
  • Hampers are simple to remove and carry to the laundry room with one hand.
laundry bag, laundry storage, pull out hamper, fabric hamper
pull out rack, pull out hangers, pant hanger

Pant Rack Pull-Out Frame

Product details:
  • Plastic strips allow the pant hangers to glide effortlessly.
  • Uses the same hangers as the existing Synergy pant rack.
  • Garment clips can be added for hanging skirts or pants by the cuff.

Storage Box

Product details:
  • Available in the same Slate & Beach fabric, to match the entire ENGAGE collection.
  • 14″ deep and come in 15″, 18″, 24″, perfectly sized to fit into the 18″, 24″, 30″ closet sections.
  • At 7.5″ tall, fits perfectly on the top shelf of an 86″ high closet, given an 8ft ceiling.
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Also check out the Häfele Synergy Elite closet accessories we offer!

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These full-length mirrors add depth to this mid-sized closet. Interior Design by Adam Cassino.

When it comes to your closet, some of us have lots of space for handbags & ties, drawers and an island (pictured above). But if you’re looking to create the illusion of a larger, smarter, and storage friendly space, just read on below…and keep in mind that these tips apply beyond the closet as well!

1-Strategic Use of Mirrors

You know that when you add mirrors to a small space, it creates a sense of openness, and the look of a larger space. But where & how to do it most effectively? Let’s look to the experts! Interior designer Adam Cassino used several tricks of the trade in these photos of a closet project we did together in Melville, NY. You’ll see that his use of full length mirrors pulls the eye upwards, while the reflection does what mirrors do so well–make us feel like the room keeps going. Also remember, you can add mirrors to just about any piece of furniture – but full-length mirrors will be the most beneficial in creating the illusion of a larger space.

2-Free up floor space

When you organize your closet, pantry, or any room that you want to feel bigger than it really is, remember to keep as much as you can off of the floor. The less floor space, the smaller your closet will appear. You can achieve this look by adding shelving to your walls, & if you wanted to take it a step further you can add lighting to some of your shelves to create more visibility. The key here is to create the appearance of a bigger space, so make it feel light and airy.

3-Use Drawers for Smart Storage

Taking a few pointers from the tiny house movement, and from our own storage solutions-a neat way to save on space is to create as many little secret hideaways for your appliances and/or accessories as possible. Slide-out bins help hide smaller items from view, while keeping them easily accessible.  For irons you can purchase a wall-mounted holder-which will keep that item off the floor but still easily visible. For laundry baskets you can use a tilt out hamper basket in a space that doesn’t get much use. For jewelry use a stackable container or something with a lid so you can store it away if you don’t want it to take up space on your dresser or vanity.

4-Play with lighting

For the project shown in the photos above and below, the designer selected shelf lighting to enhance the space & to allow the client to show her pretty things.   He also installed a beautiful quality lighting fixture, a chandelier that also pulls the eye up, expanding the feeling of vertical space. Thoughtfully plan out your lighting situation–if it’s a larger space, there’s nothing like working with an expert.  Depending on the location of the light source and the mirror, you will almost double the amount of lighting just by adding a full-length mirror to the closet door. Any room that is poorly lit will seem smaller and less appealing over all.

Last, but not least… Consider all your options

If you’re playing around with different options or design concepts, one effective time saving solution might be to hire a professional to do the heavy lifting for you. That way you can ensure it’s done correctly and avoid spending even more money on repairing mistakes in the long run. If you have the right attitude and perseverance for DIY projects then go on, take the wheel, and add some lux to your space!