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Frequently Asked Freestanding Closet Questions


What Do You Call a Freestanding Closet?
Freestanding closets can go by many names. You may hear them called an armoire, wardrobe, garment rack, or storage cabinet. In many cases, though, a free-standing closet is simply called just that. If you need something to store your clothes, for example, you might find a freestanding clothes closet will do the trick. These often come with shelves for folded items and rods for hanging things.

Need something to help keep your coats a little more organized? A freestanding coat closet offers the perfect solution for keeping your winter gear organized and out of sight. And let’s not forget about the ever-important free standing linen closet. These are a must when you don’t have dedicated storage space for towels and blankets in your bathroom or bedroom. Luckily, there is a type of freestanding closet for every situation, so you should be able to find exactly what you need for your home.

How Do You Build a Freestanding Clothes Closet?
Building a freestanding clothes closet is as easy as following the instructions included with your chosen unit. In many cases, you can even find a freestanding closet that comes fully assembled.

Even if you do have to do some assembly, it’s often pretty light. A freestanding closet with shelves is usually simple to put together, as you usually just have to assemble the frame and then use screws or dowel rods to hold everything in place. The same goes for something simple like a freestanding coat closet. Often, this is just a series of hooks or rods that you have to screw into the unit so that they’re sturdy enough to hold all of your winter gear.

Other types of closet storage, like a freestanding closet organizer or a freestanding closet rack, may come with additional parts you’ll need to put together, like drawers or closet shelves. However, don’t worry, as you’ll have all the hardware you need and will likely only need to use dowels or screws in pre-drilled holes (so no power tools necessary). The same goes for a freestanding closet with doors. You’ll need to attach the hinges and make sure it opens properly, but once you do, you’ll love the benefit of having your items hidden away.