ClosetsContemporary Wardrobe, DC Metro
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Colour-blockFrom a practical point of view, colour-coding acts as a visual cue in our environment and helps us to stay organised. We recognise colours quickly, so if we associate an item with a colour cue, then it’s simpler to deal with it and it saves time. Colour blocks help us to use our things more efficiently.From an aesthetic point of view, it just looks amazing, too. It brings a space from standard to stunning with just a little rearranging. This wardrobe is not only zoned between hanging and folded clothes, it’s also colour-coded, making it quicker and easier to get ready in the morning. Colour coding in an office setting can also be useful, particularly if you work from home, since getting work- and home-related paperwork mixed up can make us feel muddled or stressed. Colour-coded folders or box files can help to clearly differentiate one category from the other. If you’d like to get going on some organisation in your home, colour coding a bookshelf is a great place to start. You’ll get a result quick that will look beautiful as well as beautifully ordered.Is there an image you’ve seen on Houzz that shows your dream organised space? Share it in the Comments and explain why.