Understanding Different Closet Types

by admin, July 16, 2019
A custom closet can make life so much easier: they reduce clutter, lessen stress, and ensure efficiency. But to get the most out of your investment, it’s important to choose the right storage solution. If you’re planning to install custom closets and you’re not sure about which closets will be best for your home, call us to schedule a free consultation. Below we list some common closet types.

Walk-In Closets

 As its name suggests, a walk-in closet is just that—a closet you can walk into. Walk-in closets are big enough to provide walking space between the shelves. Unlike other closet types, walk-in closets have a lot of depth and space. A typical walk-in closet is about 4 feet wide and 4 feet deep in order to accommodate shelves and hanging space. Some walk-in closets can be as large as a bedroom and some even include a center island. But every walk-in closet’s design must be unique and reflective of the installer’s needs, style, and space requirements.

Reach-In Closets

Reach-in closets were once designed with a single rod that was used to hang clothes under shelves. Closets like these are commonly found in hallways, bedrooms, and playrooms. With a little ingenuity, you can come up with stylish reach-in closet designs that are sure to make the most of the space, thereby increasing storage options. A typical reach-in closet includes multiple sections for hanging, adjustable shelves, and drawers.

Wardrobes

Wardrobes are great for people looking to add closet space in rooms where there are no closets or space is limited. With wardrobes, you can add storage space without having to spend time and money on remodeling and permits. Wardrobes are a popular choice because they are a stylish storage solution, ideal for when there’s little space to work with.

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