Luxury Goes Into the Closet

Far from an ordinary walk-in closet, studiobecker's Ultimate Wardrobe System features a staggered hanging carousel that rotates for easy access and a swing rod that eliminates any strain from reaching up for hangers.

January 01, 2003

 

Studiobecker designed its ultimate wardrobe to have superior visibility, flexibility and accessibility.

Far from an ordinary walk-in closet, studiobecker's Ultimate Wardrobe System features a staggered hanging carousel that rotates for easy access and a swing rod that eliminates any strain from reaching up for hangers.

Drawers are fully extendable and have concealed glides that prevent contact with clothing. Vertical dividers can be adjusted for height, and the shelves are snag-proof.

The system can be customized with items such as rotating shoe carousels, scarf and tie cellarets, jewelry inserts, lingerie caches, wicker storage baskets with washable cotton liners, garment bags and various sizes of storage boxes.

The product is available in four finishes (natural maple, natural beech, mahogany and mahogany-stained beech) and has numerous installation options, ranging from corner applications to a more traditional installation behind sliding doors.

The price ranges from $10,000 to $30,000 and above, depending on the number of components installed and the size of the closet.

For more information, call 510/865-1616 or visit www.studiobecker.com.

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