His and Hers Walk-In Closets

Find the perfect functional and organized solution for him and her with a variety of styles and storage options.

These contemporary style walk-in closets feature two-tone high-gloss cabinetry with beautiful frosted glass door inserts. Creative arrangements of units make use of all available space and allows for additional overflow or seasonal storage on the top of the units.

Walk-in closet with winter clothing organized

Special Design Features

1. Quaint Walk-In “For Her”

Walk-in closet in long narrow hallway with frosted glass door fronts

This walk-in closet “for her” features plenty of storage with the concealed shelving above hanging sections and drawers beneath to accommodate a large wardrobe. Shoe shelves are adjustable so they can be configured to the desired height based on the type of footwear being stored. Small additions like a valet bar help when planning an outfit for the day and to hang dry-cleaning.

2. Maximizing Corner Storage

Corner shelving with shoes and double hanging in closet

There is no space wasted even in tight corners. Effectively optimize your storage space with double hanging and shoe storage even in challenging areas. A tilt-out hamper saves additional space and folds up within the cabinet.

3. Countertop With Lighting

Walk in wardrobe with granite countertop

A countertop space can be used for aesthetics, utility or both. It might be used to display framed photographs or serve as a place to select jewelry or set out clothing items. Lighting is important in these spaces and options range from adhesive surface-mount battery-powered lights to integrated wired options with remote or proximity sensors. In both applications, there is no electrician needed and it gives the closet a unique and high end look with a durable product solution.

4. Walk-In Closet “For Him”

Mens walk in closet system

This coordinating walk-in closet “for him” features doubling hanging sections to properly organize an entire wardrobe of dress shirts, jackets, dress slacks and jeans. Open shelving stores tees and activewear. Floor to ceiling shoe shelving holds a large collection of shoes and sneakers. A bank of drawers provides concealed and organized storage for underclothes and socks.

5. The Right Accessories Make The Difference

Walk-in mens closet with sliding tie and belt racks

Take the closet from good to great with accessories that make all the difference. Wall-mounted belt and a slide-out tie racks keep items visible and convenient to access. Slide-out options stay out of the way and do not take up additional wall space. The racks also keep ties and belts from getting wrinkled since they’re not rolled in and placed in a drawer.

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