With an Incredible Home professionally designed organizer, our team will transform your closets from chaos to tidy and functioning.
These closets make up most bedroom, entry, linen, and pantry closets. For small or poorly fitted spaces; these closets will become highly practical storage units when properly designed.
Frustrating or inaccessible closets can often be made accessible and a pleasure to use with a change in the door style or properly designed organizers.
Standard features in our reach-in closets include adjustable shelves and hanging rods, double and long hanging areas, chrome wardrobe rods and soft close drawers made with European hardware.
Our wide range of built-in accessories add extra functionality and accessibility to your everyday clothing needs. Check out our pop out belt and tie rack, valet rods, laundry hangers, jewelry drawers, pant racks and more on our website under Finishes, Accessories and Handles.
Reach-in closets are the most common clothing storage areas in your home. Although often coming in many shapes and sizes, they could truly serve the need for organized storage when properly designed.
Reach in Closets Q & A
What is a reach-in closet?
A reach-in closet is the most common type of closet in homes. As the name suggests, everything within the closet is reachable from the exterior of the closet, making it ideal for linens, hallway storage, small bedrooms etc. These closets usually have doors and are laid out in a way that everything is viewable for the user.
What is the difference between a reach-in closet and a walk-in closet?
The difference between a reach-in closet and walk-in closet is in the sizing, and the way they are accessed. A reach-in closet is accessed as it sounds, with a reach-in you will not be stepping into the closet space. A walk-in closet on the other hand is larger, therefore allowing you space to walk into the closet. Most homes built today will have walk-in closets off the master bedroom.
How much space do you need for a reach in closet?
A reach-in closet should be a standard minimum depth of 24” (61cm) to allow for hanging clothes and other items. The wider they are, the better and more usable storage you will have. Accessibility is a big factor in how well your reach-in closet works. Hence, a door system that gives you the maximum opening will give you the most functional closet. For more information about our Euro doors visit our page about our custom doors or come see how beautifully they glide in the showroom.