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In addition to being commonly included in secondary and child bedrooms, architect-preferred reach-in closets are also commonly found in master bedrooms. To add a closet system to a reach-in, the closet sections should be tailored to the closet door openings.
There are two types of mirror or solid sliding doors that allow one half of the closet to be concealed while allowing access to browse clothing selections for the day.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our reach-in closets come with different types of doors: single, double, sliding, or bi-fold. In most cases, the return walls block off access (i.e., the walls beside the door opening). We can help you determine if a sliding or bi-fold door that tilts works best for your space.
Reach-in closets are usually between 4 and 5 feet wide and can be as deep as your room allows. The standard minimum depth for a reach-in closet is 24 inches. If your available space is shallower, you can still incorporate shelves and drawers into the design but won’t be able to include hanging rods.
To maximize storage space in a reach-in closet, it’s good to combine shelves, drawers, and hanging rods. Higher shelves are best for out-of-season clothing or items that you don’t use often, and lower shelves and drawers are great for everyday items. Hanging rods can be used for shirts, pants, skirts, or dresses.
If your closet is too shallow for a standard 24-inch-deep shelf to fit, you can select shallow shelving that’s specifically designed for reach-in closets. Shallow shelving is usually between 6 and 9 inches deep, which makes it a great option for smaller spaces. Reach-in closets can be tricky to keep organized, but with careful planning, you can make the most of your space.
Yes, a custom closet can increase the resale value of your home by offering a higher return on your initial investment than other renovations. In addition, adding a tailored wardrobe to an empty spare room can turn it into an extra bedroom, increasing the value of your home.
The price of a custom-designed reach-in closet can vary from $600 to $2,500 depending on the size, design, and enhancement options and accessories chosen.