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Tips & Tricks: 3 Ways To Use A Belt Rack

    

Today we are going to be talking about 3 ways to use a belt rack to maximize space in your personalized closet. Our talented designer, Shari Krandel, shows us how she uses her belt rack to store camisole tank tops and cross body bags as well as belts. With our professional custom designers from the San Francisco Bay Area, we can help you create your dream closet space. Our experienced designers aim to curate a space that fits your floor plan, lifestyle, budget, and your storage needs. Valet Custom Cabinets provides services for your bedroom closet, living room space, office, and garage. To get you started, contact us today to get a free consultation!

 

Transcript:
Hi, I'm Shari Feldman Krandel and I'm a designer, senior designer with Valet Custom Cabinets and Closets. And I want to talk to you about belt racks. Belt Racks are not just for belts. That's the number one way on this way. This is my new favorite way is using it for my camis. So how cute is this? It slides out. I can get to everything. These are the ones that I use every day. Of course I have tons more that are all different colors but I can just hang them by the straps. And I got this idea from a client of mine. Hey Sonny shout out to Sonny and that gave me this idea. We're putting a tie rack in for her, but I have belt racks and this works great for me. And then the other way I like to use my sliding belt racks because I actually don't wear that many belts is for my cross body bags.

So I just hang them on here and I can just reminds me that I've got a really fun purple blues, you know, that I can see what I have there. They don't have a lot of bulk, and so that they don't interfere with my clothes hanging right next to them. And some of my other purses that I use say for a date night kind of thing out. You know, when you're out with friends and stuff like that they're bulkier. And so I like to keep those on a shelf. But for the cross body bags, I love putting them on the belt rack. So three different ways to use a belt rack for belts, boring for your camis and then for your purses. All right, bye.

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Shari Krandel

Shari has over 10 years’ experience in cabinetry and closet design since joining our Valet team in 2010.  She has the distinction of winning two national cabinetry awards during that time.  In addition, Shari came to us with 18 years’ experience in the fields of Interior Design, Space Planning and Architecture. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from UC Berkeley.  She is a naturally organized person and loves a good puzzle, putting all the design pieces together.  Shari enjoys hiking, skiing, and spending time with her family. Her customers love her enthusiasm and personal approach as she translates their needs into a beautiful and functional design.

 


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