• Muretti Facebook
  • Muretti LinkedIn
  • Muretti Instagram

Closet Cabinets

When you have enough space in your home and need to find additional places to store your items, a closet cabinet may be the ideal solution. These free-standing closets are versatile and extremely functional. The materials used to create your custom closet cabinets can range from fine wood to metal or even heavy-duty polymers. Closet cabinets can be placed anywhere, from a traditional dining room to the garage. When you rely on the Italian-inspired cabinetmakers at Muretti in NYC, the only thing standing in the way of the perfect cabinet is your available space. Let expert closet designers make the best use of it. Call today for some great ideas.

Closet Cabinets


What Are Closet Cabinets?

Closet cabinets are free-standing closets. Unlike wardrobe closets, which are designed primarily for hanging coats and clothes, closet cabinets usually have shelves and larger, separated space for additional storage. They may be solid pieces of furniture that are placed in one location, or they can have wheels for easy movement.

Choosing the right cabinet system for your closets requires professional expertise. Muretti is a valuable addition to your remodeling or construction team. The New York City-based designer and manufacturer of Italian bedrooms, kitchens and closets has the expertise and product lines for your project, whether you need one or a hundred closet cabinets.

Why Do I Need a Closet Cabinet?

Custom cabinets transform an ordinary closet system into the most efficient storage for your home. Some of the most intriguing reasons to install closet cabinets include:

  • Versatility. There’s a wide variety of closet cabinets in varying styles to suit your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, laundry room, study and other parts of your home.
  • Organization. If you have a large walk-in closet, a closet cabinet storage unit expands its storage capacity and helps declutter the space. This storage system holds items that may otherwise lie about.
  • Diverse styling. You have a wide range of options available in multiple styles for all cabinets. You can choose from stock, semi-custom and custom cabinets in modern, traditional and vintage styles to suit your storage and decorating needs.
  • All-room solution. Whether you want cabinet closet organizer systems for your bedroom, in the kitchen or for extra bathroom storage, they’re available to suit your varied storage needs, as long as you have the space.

What Features Can I Add to My Closet Cabinets?

The beauty of custom closet cabinets is the ease with which you can change multiple features. Your closet is like a blank canvas; use your creativity or rely on your closet designer to make it fully functional. In fact, one of the biggest advantages of customized furniture is the ability to blend beauty and functionality. Some closet cabinet features to consider include:

  • Hanging rods on one side of the cabinet
  • Finished solid backs when all sides of the cabinets are visible
  • Drawers in multiple styles and sizes
  • Shoe racks
  • Cabinet toe kicks
  • Locking wheels

Cabinet doors need to blend in with the rest of your home’s style and décor. Fortunately, closet cabinets can be built with a variety of door styles, including:

Your closet design team at Muretti works with you to propose and build your fully customized closet cabinet. These professionals incorporate your ideas into the project to guarantee the highest level of satisfaction.

How Do I Choose the Best Closet Cabinets?

When designing your closet cabinets, your designer starts with an assessment of your needs and desires. This step allows you to create a short list of the features you’re looking for in a storage system. In addition to the style and color of your cabinet, other things to consider when choosing a closet cabinet include:

  • Where you want to place the cabinet
  • The available space in the room where it’s placed
  • The type of closet you want to customize
  • Your storage needs
  • The number of people who’ll use the closet cabinet
  • The type of items you’ll store in your cabinet

With Muretti in charge of your closet cabinet design and manufacture, you have nothing to worry about. This home remodeling designer has over 25 years designing and creating Italian-made closet systems. Contact Muretti today to schedule an in-home consultation.

Questions? Write Muretti