Home Organization Options Ideal for Beach Lovers
If you love going to the beach, you know how much time goes into the prep and aftermath of a beach trip. Ideally, you want to make the process as easy as possible. Proper home organization will help you in multiple ways and take a lot of the stress away from planning a trip to the beach.
Follow our guide to learn about your home organization options and how to eliminate a lot of the stress from beach trips.
Central Vacuum Units
No matter how much you rinse off or wipe off, a beach trip often includes the transfer of sand back into the home. Sand from bathing suits, towels, and shoes can create a big mess in walkways and main living areas of a house. A quick and easy solution for the sand is a central vacuum unit.
The unit features built-in wall vents that vacuum hoses easily connect to. You can suck up all the sand and deliver the debris to a central unit. You do not need to worry about clogging a smaller vacuum or constantly changing bags.
Some central vacuum units will also include garage connections. Easily vacuum your vehicle and remove additional sand so you don’t drag more into the house each time you exit your car.
Built-In Hall Trees
A hall tree is a large organizational piece usually in the entranceway or mudroom of a home. You could purchase a standalone hall tree, but the piece of furniture will take up extra space. A built-in hall tree uses minimal space and still provides you with extra organization with shelves, hooks, and a small bench to sit on.
When you plan trips to the beach, a hall tree provides a lot of helpful ways to stay organized. The shelves are ideal for folded beach towels and beach blankets. On your way out, grab a towel and be ready to go. A hall tree is also ideal for holding your beach bag.
Put together a bag of beach essentials that you only use for the beach. For example, the bag could have bug spray, sunscreen lotion, an extra pair of sunglasses, and some small bags. Every time you leave for the beach, you simply grab your bag and head out.
A seat in a hall tree offers an ideal place to take off footwear after the beach. Use hooks to hang up damp towels and limit the excess sand with your footwear removal.
Walk-In Closet Upgrades
If you like to dress fashionably at the beach, then walk-in closet upgrades will really make a difference. If you do not already have a walk-in closet, then consider a remodel to have one built. A walk-in closet installation includes a lot more benefits than just clothes. One of the first upgrades ideal for beach day prep is the lighting.
Walk-in closets tend to have no windows, so you want to ensure you have proper lighting to illuminate everything. With bright recessed lights, you will have a better idea of how a bathing suit or another accessories will look in the bright sun.
One upgrade that goes well with brighter lights is a full-length mirror. A long vertical mirror allows you to try on bathing suits and see how your whole body looks in different designs and styles. The full-length mirror is important when you try on new bikini bottoms or board shorts and want to have an idea of the length and look put into the design.
A walk-in closet also gives you the space to organize your beachwear. A dedicated spot will have the room to store bathing suits, shorts, and beach hats.
For more information on home upgrades and renovations, contact us at A Tech. We will help change your home for the better and reduce a lot of the hassle associated with beach days.