Custom Closets MinneapolisPeople are always surprised at how much additional closet storage capacity they can realize while enhancing the overall appearance and feeling of spaciousness. Harkraft offers white Rubbermaid wire shelving and laminated cabinetry with the flexibility to fit any space and reorganization plan. Closet shelves with hanging rods are available in depths of 12″ and 16″. Linen shelving without rods is available in depths of 9″, 12″, 16″, and 20″.
Closet SystemsIf you prefer a DIY closet system (do it yourself), Harkraft has template options for wire shelving. This is a quick, easy, and fool-proof closet system! Since Harkraft cuts the wire shelving to the right size, there is little hassle on your part! Here is the 3 step process for DIY closet systems:
- Call our Minneapolis office a call and give us your closet measurements.
- We will cut the wire shelving accordingly and have it ready in two days.
- You pick it up from Harkraft and install the shelving at your convenience.
Laminated Closet OrganizersLaminated cabinetry comes in an array of colors with rod options in chrome, brass or white. Units can be custom made from 4’ x 8’ sheet stock to fit any closet storage space. Standard sizes are depths of 12″, 16″, 24″ and 48″. Drawers are 16″ deep by 28″ wide, with heights of 5″, 7″ and 10″. Total vertical height options are 84″ and 96″. Shown in the Closet Storage Gallery are some of the design features you should consider in specifying your closet storage. See our Closet Storage Gallery!
Special Features of Your Reorganized Closet Space
- Wire shelving allows ventilation around clothing, minimizes dust accumulation, and supports up to 75 pounds per foot. Learn more about our Rubbermaid shelving products!
- FreeSlide™ rods allow hangers to slide the full length of the shelf, or “Economy” shelving sections off the rod with supports every 11″.
- Clothing rods curve around corners, adding up to 19″ of additional hanging space.
- Laminate units achieve a “built-in” look, yet are adjustable and interchangeable to accommodate future needs.
- Clothing can be completely concealed in drawers and behind doors.
- Vertical components provide for “pull-out” tie and belt racks and garment hooks.
Questions to consider when thinking about having a closet designed:
1. Is your closet a reach-in or a walk-in?
2. If it’s a walk-in, does the door swing in or out?
3. Be sure to make note of any outlets, switches, vents etc. when determining the layout of your closet.
4. How much shelving for folded storage do you need? (sweaters, sweatshirts, etc.)
5. How many feet of long hanging do you need? (68 inches off the floor)
6. How many feet of double hanging do you need? (84 inches and 42 inches off the floor)
7. How many pairs of shoes do you need to store on closet shelves?
8. Would you like to have drawers in the closet? Do you prefer enclosed drawers or wire baskets?
9. Do you need provisions made for dirty laundry? (Built-in hamper or room for a floor-standing one)
10. What accessories will you need? (tie rack, belt rack, pull-out garment rod, hooks, jewelry storage, dressing mirror, etc.)
11. Do you need a custom color to match or complement the room?
Learn more in our FAQ!