How Much Is A Custom Closet?
Determining the cost of a closet is based on may variables. Size, color, style and extras are all things to consider when working out the budget for your closet.
Size - You can't help what size your closet it. It can be a reach in closet, walk in closet or dressing room. All of which come in different sizes.
Color- White is the least expensive option for a closet. Each company categorizes their color selections in different groups or price levels. What falls into said groups is determined by each company. Different percentage increases are added with each level.
*Solid colors such as Antique white, Almond, blacks and some grays.
*Standard wood tones. There is variation in the color to make it appear like wood.
*Upgraded wood tones. As above.
*Textured wood tones. Wood grains that have a set patterned textured to the material.
*Upgraded textured wood tones. Wood grains that have textures that follow the grain of the material.
Depending on the choice you can be adding between 10-60% to your base price.
Style - How your closet is built and installed.
*Wall Hung. A closet systems that is suspended from a rail or cleat system hung on the wall. This leaves space underneath your closet. It uses less material and is therefore, less cost.
*Floor Mount system. A closet that is installed from the floor up.
*Cabinet System. A closet that is built similar to a cabinet using independent panels and backing.
Extras - The additional upgrades and accessories that can be added to complete your design.
*Doors and Drawers. Their prices also fall under different price levels based on the styles chosen.
*Molding. Crown molding, base molding, fluted fillers.
*Accessories. Baskets, hampers, jewelry storage, and tie racks are a very small sampling of the extras that can be added to complete your space.
*Lighting Packages. Lighting can be added to just a few accent pieces, or the entire design.
* Holes. Most closets are designed for adjust-ability and have holes in the panels for moving parts around. Select Hole Spacing, is picking where you want to have holes. Typically this is where you have a shelf with one hole above and one hole below. No Holes, means you have solid panels with no holes or adjust-ability. In higher end designs, this gives the design a more polished high end look.