Say Goodbye to Kiddie Clutter with help from The Closet Factory

CEO Nataliya Bryska shares her tips for keeping your kid's spaces neat and well functioning

If you have ever dreamed of having a picture perfect closet space with an ideal organization system The Closet Factory will help fulfill those dreams. Their services prove that they are the industry leader in custom storage solutions for the entire home. Their perfectly crafted custom designs will fulfill your closet visions. We caught up with CEO of The Closet Factory, Nataliya Bryksa, to learn how their services can change your life for the better.

GL: Can you tell us a little bit about Closet Factory and the services you offer?
NB: For over 30 years, we have been creating custom solutions for every room in our clients’ homes. We have the most extensive product line and offer the widest range of accessories. We work individually with each client and design personalized solutions that are built around client’s organizational needs and aesthetic desires, while staying within their budget.

GL: What makes your business unique?
NB: Every storage problem is unique, and no closet company is better equipped to help you organize your life than Closet Factory. Our closet systems are not your typical closet organizers. They are designed just for you, your space, your wardrobe, your needs, and your budget. We listen carefully to your wants and needs to create a closet design that will fit your needs and space perfectly.

GL: What are your best tips for helping parents organize their kids closets efficiently?
NB: Closet Factory Designers work individually with each client to create the most efficient design that would max the space. To achieve the best results in creating the kids’ closets it is crucial to take inventory. This step cannot be skipped. This helps to determine how much space is being dedicated for hanging, folded clothes, shoes, accessories, and toys. Another very important aspect is to discuss the size of the drawers. The Closet Factory custom approach offers our clients to choose what size, height, width, depth drawer they can have based on what needs to be stored inside. Most of our competitors would build standard drawers’ size 24” wide which limits clients flexibility.

GL: What is your most popular closet design that your clients pick?
NB: All of our staff members listen to each clients request to make sure they create the best solution for the current space.It can be a very simple closet with having just hanging space and shelves in there. However, with the product line that Closet Factory has to offer kids closets are built with the following; wire baskets, shoe organizers, jewelry organizers, drawers with countertop space and mirrors above, as well as hooks for extra hanging and lighting.
GL: As a parent yourself, how has it helped you provide perspective and advice when redesigning family centric rooms?
NB: As a mother of 3 kids, having the closets organized saves you time and energy. To achieve the best result while redesigning kids closets and mudrooms here are my tips:
• First think of what is wrong with your existing space. It will help you create a new space by adding storage that you were lacking before.
• Pick which items you would like to store in the closet or mudroom. This will help to determine what organization you need to have such as: baskets, drawers, open shelves, hanging rods, or bins.

GL: How can people get in touch with you and where can they find you? 
NB: Visit our showroom at 110 Post Rd. Darien CT 06820 or 100 Wooster St. Bethel, CT 06801. Call 203-616-5847 or visit our website at closetfactory.com to schedule your free consultation appointment.

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