Peninsula Walk-In Closets

Peninsula Walk-In Closets

Description
Description

Peninsula walk-in closet layouts are shared open-plan closets that use a central peninsula element to split the closet space into two zones. Commonly attached to master bedrooms, the peninsula walk-in closet is a closet design that incorporates a shared lower seat or half height storage element that separates the two users while maintaining visual openness.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

The peninsula walk-in closet has a minimum width of 13’ (4 m) with a flexible depth that can be adjustably planned to fit various floor plans. Clearance aisles of 36” (.91 m) should be maintained around the central peninsula with the option for additional doors to connect through to a master bathroom or other space.

The comfortable recommended depth of a closet is 24” (61 cm), but closet depths as narrow as 20” (50.8 cm) can be used if desired. Shelf depths of 12” (30.5 cm) should be used for shoes and smaller clothing elements. If shoes are larger than these measurements, specialty inclined shoe racks can be incorporated to save space without adding additional depth. Drawers for folded clothes should be set at a minimum of 18” (45.7 cm) with deeper drawers for multiple rows of folding clothing at a depth of 24” (61 cm). Deep drawers are consistent with standard closet depths 24” (61 cm).

3D Model
3D Model
Common Questions
Common Questions
Peninsula Walk-In Closets
Details
Details

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Overall Closet Depth (Flexible): Flexible; 13’ | 4 m
Overall Closet Width: 13’ | 4 m minimum
Central Peninsula Width (Flexible): 2’-3’ | 61-91 cm
Clearance Space: 36” | .91 m

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Closets, typically furnished with rods for hanging clothes, shelves, and often drawers or bins for additional storage, serve as crucial spaces for personal organization. The layout of a closet hinges on optimizing these elements for efficient storage and ease of access.