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Walk-In vs. Reach-In Closets

Posted by Closet Butler on Aug 9, 2017 12:25:51 PM

The topic of different closet types comes up often so we thought it would be worth it to bring up here on the blog. A lot of people simply haven't heard the words "reach-in closets" so it's not really a concept that they think about when we ask what type of closet they're planning on renovating.

Walk-Ins:

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Walk-In Closets are additional rooms with enough space on the sides/walls to have a clear path for walking or standing that isn't utilized for shelving, show walls, cabinets, drawers, or clothing rods.

 

Reach-Ins:

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Reach-In Closets are the type of closet that you can reach your hands into. You're less likely to be able to physically step into a reach-in but that doesn't mean they can't be just as functional as a walk-in. Reach-in closets for bedrooms can feature shoe walls, cubbies, sliding pant racks, and valet rods just like walk in closets.

 

Common types of Reach-In Closets:

  • Pantry
  • Hallway storage
  • Foyer
  • Laundry / Linens

 

Common types of Walk-In Closets:

  • Master Suite
  • Bedrooms
  • Large Pantry
  • Utility/Storage

 

Regardless of your space, we can help you figure out the most functional way to organize and create the functional storage space your home needs. 

 

Contact us to build your dream closet.

 

Topics: Custom Closet, Storage Solutions