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Found: The Best Closet Systems for Your Style and Budget
When your closet is visually appealing and well organized, your day just starts off right. Rather than struggling to get dressed in the morning, you know exactly where to find everything you need to assemble the perfect outfit. Plus, you might even have fun in the process if you're doing it in a space you actually enjoy.
If you've been thinking about purchasing a closet system—whether it's one you put together on your own or hire a pro to install—we have you covered. Scroll down for a look at some of the best closet systems available right now, including picks from our experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute.
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Installing a Rubbermaid system is the perfect weekend project. The brand's low-cost closet kits, which are available at Walmart, are known for being easy to assemble and reconfigure as your storage needs change over time.
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If you're searching for a closet system that won't break the bank, our experts in the Good Housekeeping Institute recommend ClosetMaid. You can find an impressive range of easy-to-install wood systems for just a few hundred dollars on sites including Wayfair, Amazon, and Overstock.
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Neatfreak, a favorite of the Good Housekeeping Institute, has a number of modular closet systems, complete with hanger bars, drawers, shelving units, and cubbies for shoes. There are a select number of options under $400 and they're versatile enough to work for different size spaces.
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4) IKEA ALGOT
For a simple, affordable closet system, go for IKEA's ALGOT. The level of customization it offers is impressive, as you can select from a slew of components (think shelves, baskets, and shoe organizers) to suit your storage needs.
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5) Wayfair Basics Closet System
Wayfair reviewers rave about this free-standing closet system's reasonable price point (it's just $128!), durability, and fairly easy installation process.
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6) IKEA PAX
Ikea's ALGOT system is common for smaller spaces, but the PAX, on the other hand, is ideal for larger areas. It has a more polished, custom look (pull-out trays for accessories and glass shelves are just a few examples), which makes it a bit more pricey than the ALGOT.
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7) The Container Store's Elfa
The Elfa system is popular (even with our Good Housekeeping Institute experts) and for good reason—it's completely customizable and is designed to maximize space. Design plans are priced according to the size of your space as well as the features you choose, like finishes and the number of drawers and shelves. You can also install this closet system on your own or rely on an Elfa expert for design assistance.
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8) Easy Track
Easy Track offers a range of inexpensive modular closet systems. Available at Walmart, you can find kits that can easily be enhanced with shelving, drawers, and organizer accessories.
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9) California Closets
Out of all the closet systems available, California Closets is one of the most luxurious you'll find. It's the best option if money is no limit and you're finally ready to make your dream closet a reality.