Simple Customized Closet Organizer
Closet systems can be designed to fit seamlessly into even the most challenging spaces.
Special Design Features
1. Slanted Ceilings Are No Challenge
This custom walk-in wardrobe unit utilizes available space efficiently, even with angled walls and ceilings as well as a soffit. Brushed Aluminum finish in shaker style door and drawer fronts are simple and understated. Lift-up doors are the best solution for the layout and ceiling height.
2. Bring On The Angled Walls
Hanging closet storage at different heights and a custom-fit shelving unit for an angled wall are ideal for neatly storing jeans, pants, blouses, sweaters and more.
Laminated lift-up glass doors conceal belongings and allow full access to the cabinet without obstructing other areas.
3. Storage And Finishing Touches
A well-designed custom closet includes multiple types of storage. Drawers for accessories, socks and delicate garments; plenty of hanging storage for pants, dresses and blouses; as well as shelves for knits.
A mirror above a counter top is perfect for your perfume bottles, displaying collectibles or putting on jewelry.
Polished Chrome decorative hardware with sleek lines adds a modern touch.
4. Utilize Space Effectively
Even in tight corners with low ceiling heights, the storage space can be maximized by adding features like double hanging and flip up doors to take advantage and effectively utilize vertical space.
5. Accessories Make All The Difference
Accessories play an important role in making a closet truly functional. Valet bars can hold your outfit when planning or hold dry-cleaning. Belt racks can slide out and allow for easy and visible access to a collection. A tilt-open hamper within the cabinet keeps soiled clothing concealed but easily accessible when ready for the wash.