Drawers do increase the cost of a custom closet system a bit but there are several reasons to consider adding drawers, whether it's a walk-in or reach-in.
Open shelving and hanging areas are the most cost effective sections of a custom closet, but there is no better way to organize the smaller things like socks, jewelry and undergarments than enclosed closet drawers and cabinets.
1 No Franchise Fees
Midwest Closets is a local, family owned small business; NOT a franchise of a large company. So we pay no franchise fees. This is just one way we keep our overhead low that we can pass on to you.
2 No Print Advertising
We don't advertise in newspapers, magazines, phone books, or expensive trade shows like our large competitors do. Our everyday pricing even beats our competitors' 40% off sale prices even though we offer the same, high-quality materials.
3 No Outsourcing Contractors
We use only our small team of employees to design, construct and install your custom closet system. We don't outsource any of our work to outside contractors.
From simple to sophisticated, we offer closet systems to suit every taste and budget
2 Clean & Paint?
How does it look? This might be the time to dust and clean the walls, floor and shelves before you put everything back. Consider a fresh coat of paint as well.
Leave everything that isn't clothing or accessories out of your closet. Your closet will be much more manageable!
7 Call Midwest Closets
Are your closets still too full? Or do you need more storage for your non-clothes items? Then contact MIDWEST CLOSETS - we'll try to double your storage and help organize your life!
from simple to sophisticated, we offer solutions to fit your taste and budget
1 Open Shelving
The most economical choice is open shelving racks. They come in a wide variety of materials including aluminum, steel, plastic, laminate and wood. Definitely the cheapest option. And you can minimize the cluttered look by organizing with bins and baskets.
2 Enclosed Garage Cabinets
If you want the most clutter-free look then wall-mounted cabinets are the way to go. They're also great for storing your most valuable items such as your power tools and sporting equipment .... just add locks. Cabinets come in different heights and depths with adjustable shelving to fit your needs.
3 Pegboard or Slat Wall Systems
Perfect for the side walls of your garage because they take up the least amount of space. They come in handy for ladders, shovels, rakes or any other taller items. Above a workbench, they can hold all the smaller tools you use most often such as screwdrivers, hammers, saws, etc.
Call us for a free in-home estimate and design consultation. We offer a wide variety of materials, colors, accessories and ideas to fit your storage needs and budget. (614) 848-4400
Problem #1: Wasted Space Above the Shelf
Moving the shelf up one foot will gain extra space below for a second shelf or a floor shoe rack and still give you space above for storage bins or boxes, folded sweaters, etc.
Problem #2. No Shoe Storage
Consider adding a bookcase for storing all your shoes.
Problem #3. Wasted Space below Shirts and Pants
Add another shelf halfway down to create a double hang area. This will double your space immediately for all the clothes that don't need as much vertical space.
Problem #4. Wire Shelving is In-Flexible and Unattractive
Consider converting your wire shelving to a solid, laminate closet system with adjustable shelving. Depending on your taste and budget, you can select a basic white to an upgraded wood finish.
Problem #5. No Place for Belts, Ties, Scarves and Other Personal Items
With our custom closet systems, you can add closet accessories to help with all your needs including drawers, pull-put baskets and bins, scarf and tie racks, a pull-down ironing board and more.