Reach-In Closets

Reach-In Closets

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

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.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

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.

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
Reach-In Closets
Details
Details

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

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

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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.