While organization is certainly key to keeping any closet in order, even the most efficient storage can, quite literally, remain unseen without appropriate closet lighting.
A closet with an ample amount of space, such as a walk-in closet, allows for creative lighting solutions like chandeliers and other overhead decorative fixtures. Large track lighting that runs along either side of a closet is also a simple choice that will keep individual cubby spaces and shelves well-lit.
Simple do-it-yourself closet lighting options include light fixtures that are mounted to the walls or ribbon lighting that runs along the perimeter of a closet. Be sure to also choose warm, light paint colors that will help a space to look large rather the contained feeling dark colors can give a small closet.
Of course, if a total renovation is in the works, then careful planning can also allow for better closet lighting. When designing your new closet, consider relocating to a space that allows for a window to be in the midst of your clothing storage. This allows for natural closet lighting, keeping your items in clear view.
See also: Closet Planning Guide
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