Pre-designed packages are a great value way to maximise your storage potential.
They include all of the shelving and hardware that you need to create a walk in wardrobe as illustrated in the design pictures above. Packages are delivered flat packed, with assembly instructions, labelled hardware, and informative diagrams for easy installation.
This package uses the ClosetMaid SuperSlide style of shelving, with Fixed Mount Hardware. The package will include:
1 x Long hanging section for dresses and overcoats along three walls to form a U shape of storage space. Hang bars are connected using SuperSlide corner hanger bars to create uninterrupted hanging space.
2 x Levels of shelving for flat and folded items along three walls, also to form a U shape of storage space. Shelves will butt up to one another to create seamless storage.
If you have less than 1,83m/ 6' in either the width/ length dimension of your room, then you can trim the shelving down to suit your exact measurements with a hacksaw or boltcutters. This will allow you to create the perfect fit for your walk in wardrobe.
We do not recommend creating a walk in wardrobe with hanging on both side walls if your overall enclosure/ room is 1,70m wide or less. This is because, once your garments are hanging in the space, the centre walkway will be too narrow to properly access your closet.
You can choose the depth of your shelving from the options above, as well as the front wall availability which is required so that we can ensure we send you the correct hardware. This layout utilises three walls to fix to; two side walls and the rear wall of the room or enclosure. Ordinarily there will be a fourth/front wall (which has been made transparent in the pictures for viewing purposes), but sometimes the room/enclosure configuration means that there may not be a front wall at all, or there may only be a return wall to fix to at one side. So that we send you the correct components to install your walk in closet properly, please make sure that you select the correct option, explaining the configuration of the fourth/front wall, as viewed from the outside of the space working from left to right i.e.:
Wall - Wall will indicate that you have both front return walls at each side of the closet to fix to.
Wall - Open will indicate that you have a return wall at the left hand side, but an open area on the right hand side.
Open - Wall will indicate you are missing a wall/ cannot fix to the return wall on the left, but you have a return side wall to the right.
Open - Open will indicate that you you are missing both return walls/ cannot fix to either return wall.
Bear in mind that once garments are on hangers they generally protrude between 51cm (20”) and 56cm (22”) from the wall.
If you are fixing onto the 'Front' wall please ensure you have a minimum return wall space of 14" (for 12" shelving) or 18" (for 16" shelving) to ensure there is enough room to fix the side wall brackets.