Custom Closets

As you consider purchasing a SpaceManager Custom Closet, this cost and pricing guide will help you develop an initial budget and plan for the costs associated with each type of project.

Costs of Custom Closets: A few things to Consider

Custom closet and custom storage systems come in shapes, sizes and styles to suit any budget.  They are built to fit the exact dimensions of  your space. Compared to DIY type closets that are built to standard dimensions. When considering a custom closet – the key factor that affect costs are

  1. Choice of finish: Most closet manufacturers categorize finishes into different groups / levels. Choosing finishes from higher levels will increase the closet cost
  2. Height of the system: Custom closets are typically built to 84″ (7ft), 96″(8ft), 108″ (9ft) or 120″ (10ft). At SpaceManager we have built closets from floor to ceiling up to 144″ (12ft).
  3. Depth of the system: Most closets are built to 12″ up to 24″. 12″ is the minimum depth to support standard hangers; if you plan to enclose your clothes behind doors you will need to be at 24″ deep. The deeper you go the higher the cost
  4. Accessories/features included in the system: Closet accessories are additional items you add to closets to increase functionality of the closet such as jewelry drawers, laundry hampers, mirrors, molding, lighting etc. One of the reasons a lot of people go for custom closets vs DIY closets is to be able to include closet features/accessories to “spice up” their closet. Your choice of accessories will increase your project cost.
  5. Door / Drawer style: More decorative door styles such as Traditional, Shaker, aluminum framed doors, glass insert doors will increase your project cost compared to flat style doors. However flat style doors are gaining popularity due to their modern clean look and feel
  6. Choice of company: Most of the companies that produce custom closets are Franchises. Most franchises are more expensive than local companies, due to their high overhead costs and shipping costs. In addition, lead time can be quite high from Franchises since they mostly manufacture out of state.

Custom Closet Case Study 1

This fairly large walk-in almond closet has all the basic requirements covered, and then some! 2 stacks of large drawers, 2 sections of shoe shelves for approx 100 pair of shoes, a bench to sit and put those shoes on, lots of hanging spaces, and even a tilt-out hamper, tie rack and valet rod.

This closet is priced at $3685 as shown (installation always included). With fewer drawers and less add-ons (shoe bench, hamper, accessories), the price would be lower. If you took this closet and added raised panel drawer fronts and doors, crown molding and also changed the finish to a woodgrain laminate, of course it would raise the price.

*The price shown varies depending on the size of the space.

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Custom Closet Case Study 2

This mid-sized walk-in is outfitted in a basic mocha closet system, ready to supply all the organization you need with few of the upgraded bells and whistles. Shoe shelves, deeper shelves for folded clothing, and lots of double and long-hanging.

This closet is priced at $1435 as shown (installation always included). If done in white, it’s only $1305. You could easily add drawers to this closet for only a few hundred more!

*The price shown varies depending on the size of the space.

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Custom Closet Case Study 3

This long narrow almond closet belongs to a professional organizer – can’t you tell! Not only are there places for all the clothing and approximately 120 pair of shoes, but even the photo albums and labeled memorabilia boxes have a home in this closet.

This closet is priced at $2495 as shown (installation always included). In a woodgrain finish, it would be $2745. Of course you could add more decorative drawer fronts, crown or base moulding at additional cost.

*The price shown varies depending on the size of the space.

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Custom Closet Case Study 4

This spectacular traditional styled dressing room has everything! Tons of drawers, raised panel drawer fronts and doors, slanted and flat shoe shelves for about 80 pair of shoes, room for dozens of purses and shoulder bags, granite tops, crown molding, hamper and accessories. Even room for a large ottoman in the middle!

This closet is priced at $6850 as shown (installation always included). The same exact design, with all the same functionality, in a clean white laminate finish would be $4540.

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Custom Closet Case Study 5

This large 15’ x 9’ dressing room is done a simple white laminate finish, but has all the design elements of a very hi-end closet. A system built “to the floor” with bottom shelves and base molding. 3 stacks of large 24” deep drawers, with covered cabinets above. A deep covered cabinet for bulk storage. Shoe shelves located above the medium and long hanging, but still with capacity for over 100 pair.

This closet is priced at $6550 as shown (installation always included).

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