Reach-In Closets

Drawings of standard door configurations, depths, and widths of Reach-In closets sized for clothes hangars

Reach-in closets are space saving closets designed to combine functionality and accessibility without the need to physically enter the closet space. With the flexibility to combine and arrange multiple storage options such as hanger rods, drawers, shelves, and inserts, reach-in closets are the most commonly used closet type due to their ability to easily add utility into small spaces.

Reach-in closets should be set at a standard comfortable closet depth of 24” (61 cm) and can be designed with various door types that often include sliding, bifold, and sliding pocket doors.


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Closet Depth (Standard): 24” | 61 cm
Door Operation Types: Sliding, bifold, sliding pocket



Drawings include:
Reach-In Closets plan (sliding doors), plan (bifold doors), plan (sliding pocket doors)

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Closets are enclosed spaces dedicated to the storage of things. Most commonly used for storing clothes in a household layout, closets are often built into walls and unused spaces below stairs so that they are not immediately visible within the floorplan.

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