Basic, Upgrade and Premium reach-in design options maximize standard closet storage to create an organized space for shoes, clothing, and accessories. (See the photo gallery here)



Basic reach-in closet configuration


Two people could easily share this closet with ample upper and lower hanging racks for shirts and pants, a high center shelve that can hold two stacks of folded sweaters, and a hanging rack for longer items like coats or dresses.


  • Double hanging racks (upper & lower) totaling 7 feet

  • 2.25 feet foot long center hanging rack for long items

  • One storage shelf

  • 7 feet of continuous storage space at the top of the unit


Premium reach-in closet configuration


This closet configuration includes a center shelving unit for folded items or storage boxes and a variety of upper and lower hanging options. The lower shelves could also be configured to be shoe racks instead.


  • A central shelving unit with 6 shelves total. Each shelf can hold two stacks of folded sweaters. If you’re a shoe lover (the lower shelves can be converted to shoe racks for convenient storage)

  • Double hanging racks (upper & lower) totaling 7’4”

  • 1 foot wide hanging rack for longer items

  • 1 foot wide shelf for storage

  • 7 feet of continuous storage at the very top of the unit



An example of a deluxe reach-in closet configuration


This configuration maximizes space in a standard closet by providing a variety of storage options. It features multiple hanging racks and a center console that includes drawers and shelving.


  • 1 foot of long hanging racks

  • 1 storage shelf

  • Double hanging rack space totaling 7’ 4” in total hanging space

  • A center console that includes three shelves

  • 1 drawer unit that has two narrow, and two standard height drawers



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