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Take control and organize your bedroom with a wide range of bedroom cupboard options from Weizter - automated closets, walk-in closets, sliding door cupboards and much more.

How to Maintain a Minimal Style in Your Home

. Creating a minimal home is simple right? While maintaining that simplicity becomes that's a different story. Inevitably clutter appears and builds up over time but how we manage this is important when it comes to maintaining a home that is sleek and fuss free. One may love the minimalist look but struggle to maintain it. Try adapting these useful habits:

Habit #1
De-clutter the little spaces regularly. Doing a major spring clean can be daunting and time consuming, so we tend to put it off for as long as possible. A simpler and more achievable task is to target the various areas of your home, one at a time. Set aside 20 minutes to clean out a specific space, this way clutter is avoided.

Habit #2
Wash your dishes straight after you're done using them. Don't leave a sink full of dirty dishes, they pile up and create a mess. It makes sense to clean your dirty dishes as soon as you're finished using. This is more hygienic and avoids unnecessary clutter.

Habit #3
Organise your mail. We all have that spot in our house – the kitchen counter, entrance hall dresser, bedside table – where our mail inevitably piles up. Don't be tempted to sort through all your mail at the end of the month but rather go throughout immediately. That way you can throw away what you don't need and put the rest away for safe keeping.

Habit #4
Clear off counter tops. You can have the most beautiful appliances in your kitchen and your beauty products can be neatly lined up on your bathroom sink but if you have too many things on your countertops, your home will inevitably look untidy and cluttered. Organise your cabinets and drawers making sure there is a place for every item when you're not using it.

Habit #5
Only take in things you love. Do not buy just anything on a whim – ask yourself if you absolutely love it or if you will use it often. Think twice before making purchases and don't let gifts or other items stock up, if it is not for you then you should purge.

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Open wardrobes

Built in cupboards are not always plain and simple in any bedroom, they can add quite a lot of flair to those not seen by everybody areas. The flexibility of an open wardrobe means it can suit any space and what you want to store. You can put together your own combination in your bedroom, hall or even inside a walk-in closet or cupboard. It takes care of your things, gives you a good view of them, and you can add to it as your needs change. Open wardrobe combinations offer lots of options for organizing your clothes.

By mixing and matching different clothing storage — like drawers, shelves and rails — there are wardrobes for rooms of all sizes. Fancy creating your own open clothes and shoe storage? There are systems that have different parts that you put together the way you want. You get a personal combination that suits your space and your things, and that you can adapt or re-arrange whenever you feel like it. Your open wardrobe, made easy and elegant. Use open storage to put the clothes you love on show. With a custom-designed wall unit, it's easy to see what you have and find outfit inspiration.

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How to plan your walk-in closet

If you're one of those lucky people with the space for a walk-in closet, the planning process can seem slightly daunting. You want this space to be functional and beautiful, and with so much space to work with you might not know where to start. Fortunately, we've compiled the best tips from our design professionals to help you plan the perfect layout for your walk-in closet!

Here are just a few key points to keep in mind:

  • Use space above the hanging areas for storing purses and folded items.
  • Designate top shelves as overflow storage to stow seldom-used items such as seasonal apparel and luggage.
  • Create a focal point by anchoring the space with a built-in dresser or hutch.
  • Use adjustable hanging rods to double the storage space and keep related items close together.
  • Locate shelving and hanging rods near the door to the closet to create an open feel while entering.

By keeping functionality at the forefront of the design process you'll create the walk-in closet of your dreams that's both organized and beautiful!
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Mirror Sliding Doors

While framed sliding doors with mirrors are much more expensive than melamine swinging doors with hinges, they're worth it in the long run. They add value to the house and there are many different designs in sliding doors that can complement the decor of the rest of the bedroom and the house itself. The most popular cupboard with sliding doors aside from mirrored doors are constructed from MDF which can be plain or routed and painted to suit the rest of the bedroom. The mirror sections are typically glass with a reflective layer on one side and for safety, and most sliding mirror doors are laminated.

Cupboards with sliding doors are simply moulded into the design of any room, and can choose from various designs and styles as well as finishes, and also sizes that will fit comfortably in the space with the right amount of storage areas for your needs. Also, consider that sliding doors can be a feature of any cupboard or closet in your house where you need extra storage. Subdivisions in your cupboards with sliding doors can help you organise your clothes and shoes and other accessories rather than letting them pile up in one space making them hard to find. Some cupboards come with extra shelving.

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Herringbone pattern as an interior finish

One of the most important design decisions when it comes to interior design in the home lies in the selection of your finishes. Every room typically needs the perfect floor or wall finish which becomes a feature or compliments the rest of the elements in your home.

Whether you have a blank space, stuck in an aesthetic rut, want a subtle hint of texture or would like to add an exquisite feature. A simple go to that does not require much thought would be the herringbone pattern.

It is a simple arrangement of rectangles creating a v-shape similar to a weaving technique. It originates from the Roman Empire where they were used in building the roads and some even date it back to the Egyptian jewellery designs. You would think this "ancient" pattern has become a thing of the past but its beauty still intrigues the eye and creates a sense or texture and movement.

This old school design element can be used in a unique modern manner in living rooms, kitchens, dining rooms, bedrooms or even bathrooms. As a wall finish, floor finish, kitchen or bathroom splash back, furniture design or even on doors. Its effect can be manipulated depending on your style through your colour and texture selection of material. Solid, dark, wood grain or light airy. It can also be combined with other patterns or solid colours depending on your preferences. It is a great tool to add a feature in any room. "Art is pattern improved by sensibility".

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Automated Closets

Our Automated Closet represents a revolution in wardrobe design. and makes it possible to organize, store and easily find one's garments. Carefully and cleverly designed it is suitable for any architectural context. The Automated Closet is a practical and innovative solution for the luxury home and offers that touch of class to a traditional wardrobe, and even doubles the number of garments which would usually be stored in a built-in cupboard. It delivers the garment to the end user, making the action of rummaging through hangers a thing of the past.

Contrary to what one may think, our Automated Closets are particularly adapted to smaller houses, precisely because space is limited and has to be used in the most rational way possible, including blind corners. Seasonal change overs are no longer a problem with this system: just make the conveyer rotate and get the right clothes for the new season in a wink!

We design, manufactured and install stunning automated closets in melamine and laminate materials available in gloss, matt, painted and textured finishes. Compared to traditional static closets, this system offers many practical advantages and makes the most of available space, even when the storage space is in inconvenient, awkward or inaccessible locations. For the home this takes a practical and elegant leap into the future. Available from WEIZTER throughout Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West and Free State.

Get Yours HERE: https://weizter.co.za/.../bedroom.../automated-closets

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Revamping Bedroom Cupboards on a Budget

There are many ways to turn plain bring doors into interesting and fun features in the bedroom without breaking the bank.
Here are a few ways you can improve the look of your wardrobes.

Mirror doors
Mirrors are known to make a space feel bigger, this is a great hack for small bedrooms or bedrooms that have little to no natural light.

Decorative Molding
Adding frames to your bedroom cupboards and painting them in 2 different colors or applying adhesive paper to the inner panels of your frame will give the cupboard doors a completely chic and new look. A cost effective solution would be to use skirting used for floors, and attached it into your existing doors in a sequence of square frames with "no-nail-glue"

There's nothing a good paint job can't fix. Simply applying a fresh coat of paint to your bedroom doors is not only a cheap solution but it will make your cupboard doors look brand new. You can also add new handles to give them a whole facelift.

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