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Get a free custom closet design with measurements or
schedule an in-home design consultation. 

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TYPICAL RULES OF CLOSET DESIGN

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THE RULE OF THE CORNER

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Hanging units should go into the corners. Shelving, drawer units, or half/half units should be used out of the corner. This allows easy access past the shallower unit when reaching into the corner.

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THE RULE OF SHORT WALL

Consider using the shortest walls for hanging units.

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THE RULE OF SHELVING

If possible, keep shelving units standard widths. Standard widths of 18-inches, 24-inches, or 30-inches will allow for accessories and drawers to be added at any time. Shelves with the same widths are interchangeable throughout the system.

The information below can be used as a guide for average lengths and widths
of the most common items found in closets.

Measurement of your garments should be done during the
wardrobe analysis to ensure a proper fit in the system.

Our closets designer is always happy to help!

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