Are the textile hangers readily available?
Lori's Layered Family Loft House Tour
|3/1/13 12:07 AM|
I love my Elfa closets. I had all five of the closets in my NYC apartment done with shelves and hanging bars. I don't recall the total cost but it was less than California Closets wanted to charge for a single one. The key with Elfa is to go with the standard white or platinum and skip the fancier trim, which is both much more expensive and less flexibly sized. They charge 30% of the component cost to install, with a minimum of $180. If every inch counts -- as it tends to in NYC -- the installers are great because they trim everything in place and it ends up fitting more perfectly than if you have them cut it in advance. (They also remove the existing closet shelf and rod and patch the paint for you.) If you'd rather save that sum, installation is quite easy.
Setting Up Home: 5 Sources for Closet Organizing Solutions
|8/29/12 11:20 PM|
Beautiful. Where'd you get the cabinet in the 4th picture? It looks so useful!
Ariel's Wrap Around Jewel Box
|4/10/11 1:52 AM|
Wow. I was just looking for some replacement parts and found this. I have some of the original "omni" tension poles, purchased about 30 years ago from the venerable "Shelf Shop" in Manhattan. The store is, alas, gone, but the guy who used to run it is selling a very similar system call Rakks. http://shelfshopguy.com. (Both the Rakks system and the ISS Design system are similar but not identical to the Omni poles. I wish I could find more of the Omni poles!
Hanging Shelf Solutions in Mid-Century Homes
Small Space Solutions
|4/5/11 7:54 PM|