REACH-IN CLOSETS

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It is time to replace those old wire shelves with a 21st century closet system! There are so many new and interesting designs and accessories that will make your closet both beautiful and functional.

 

We know how important it is, not just to have those small places organized, but to have them look good as well. That is what we specialize in – design that focuses on using the space available to you and making it gorgeous and practical for you.

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It is time to replace those old 18th Century wire shelves with a modern reach-in closet system that maximizes storage space.

A reach-in closet is a type of wall closet most suitable for smaller spaces, such as children’s rooms, guest rooms and corridors. Since these closets are designed for grab-and-go, it is important to have everything laid out and organized for easy access.

 

Many reach-in closets only come equipped with a single hanging rod and top storage shelf, resulting in unwanted clutter and you saying, “where did I put that?”. Closets by Angie takes these wasted spaces and transforms them by maximizing every inch with drawers, multiple hanging areas, shelfs, and other functional pieces. We call these “reach-in closet systems”. Our fully customizable systems are available in a wide variety of high-quality materials, finishes and unique accessories that add that special touch.

Each of our systems is created with passion, care, and meticulous attention to detail – making your small spaces both practical and beautiful for years to come. As storage needs change, so can the configuration of your reach-in closet system by rearranging shelving and hanging rods.

“From start to finish, I loved working with Angie and her team. Responsive, creative, reasonably priced and great to work with, Angie got 3 closets and a garage designed and installed in record time, and we love the results. She brings great experience, knowledge and professionalism to the job. Highly recommend her and her team.”

 

— Michelle B.