79% of homebuyers want more storage than builders provide, according to the National Association of Home Builders.
CINCINNATI (PRWEB) January 29, 2020
79% of homebuyers want more storage than builders provide, according to the National Association of Home Builders. Whether it’s storing more clothes or seeking a long-term solution, homebuyers want and expect more from their closets and storage spaces. Organized Living is here to help with seven closet and storage trends that are all about satisfying homebuyers and making their lives easier.
1. Built-In Closet Systems.
Homebuyers are moving towards built-in storage solutions for their home. They’re seeking a traditional, built-in look that creates the feeling of luxury without the high costs of custom cabinetry. Organized Living recently launched a new product line, Select™, that is the traditional, built-in storage solution homebuyers are demanding that blends seamlessly into the rest of the home’s décor.
2. Garage Storage.
79 percent of homeowners desire more garage storage space, according to the Woodworking Network. From gardening tools and kid’s toys to holiday decorations, homebuyers are struggling due to their lack of storage space. Organized Living’s freedomRail® Garage provides homebuyers the storage system they’re demanding by offering an assortment of shelving and accessories to store their items perfectly.
3. Walk-In Pantry.
The fourth most desired feature of a new home for millennials is a walk-in pantry, according to the National Association of Home Builders. With the rise of open shelving in kitchens, pantries have been increasing in size to handle the lack of cabinet storage space. Homebuyers are relying on their pantry to take on the influx of storage. Large walk-in pantries are what everyone wants in their home as they provide a plethora of storage options.
4. Closet Storage Replaces Bedroom Furniture.
As bedrooms are shrinking in size, homebuyers are looking to closets for their sole source of clothing storage. Big bulky bedroom dressers are being replaced by drawers and accessories inside the closet so homebuyers can maximize the little space they have. No longer do homebuyers need a bedroom furniture set to store their garments because the closet has the accessories and functionality they need to store all their items.
5. Adjustable Shelving & Accessories.
Adjustable storage is still top of mind for homebuyers when purchasing their next home. Homebuyers are thinking long-term and focused more into the future than ever before. Having a flexible storage system with adjustable shelving and accessories to accommodate their lifestyle down the road is important as homebuyers’ needs, wants, and abilities are going to change.
6. Open Shelving.
Homebuyers prefer open shelving in their homes to locate their items easier and faster. From displaying their shoe collection in the bedroom closet to storing food, small appliances and fine china in the pantry, open shelving gives homebuyers full visibility to see and access their items. Additionally, open shelving gives homebuyers the motivation to keep their shelves clean and organized all year long!
7. Multi-Purpose Closets.
Closets aren’t just for storing clothes. Homebuyers are using their closets for a multitude of purposes to maximize the limited space they have. From mirrors and benches, to jewelry storage and make-up stations, closets are doing more than ever before.
Home trends may come and go, but efficient storage is here to stay. Finding the right storage system to accommodate your homebuyers’ wants and needs can be quite the task. Organized Living’s complete product offering is up to the challenge. From fixed shelving to adjustable, you can count on Organized Living products to withstand active daily use of your homebuyers for years to come.
About Organized Living
Organized Living brings superior storage and organization to the world through strong products, strong people and strong brand, helping people organize their lives. From the closet to the kitchen to the garage, Organized Living offers high-quality, innovative storage and organization products that make everyday life easier and sells through professionally installing dealers across US and Canada, retailers and online retailers. http://www.OrganizedLiving.com.