Closet System Additions Enhance Customization of Storage Spaces

Vertical storage of ties, belts, and scarves clears up cluttered areas and allows residents to categorize their wardrobe accessories.

Vertical storage of ties, belts, and scarves clears up cluttered areas and allows residents to categorize their wardrobe accessories.

ClosetMaid has debuted Elite Racks and Mirror accessories for its wood closet and storage system, MasterSuite. This line allows for closet customization and adds a contemporary look to bedroom storage spaces.

This collection of sliding accessories features an extendable valet rod, multi-hook tie rack, belt rack, scarf rack and a sliding mirror.

With the installation of Elite Racks, supplemental fashion items now have a designated storage spot. Vertical storage of ties, belts, and scarves clears up cluttered areas and allows residents to categorize their wardrobe accessories.

Elite Racks and Mirror accessories are available in one of two finishes, matte aluminum or oil-rubbed bronze. They are constructed of metal with full-extension capability and ball-bearing glides.

Elite Valet Rod helps users plan ahead and put together next day outfits. Elite Sliding Tie Rack has six 3-prong hooks to accommodate 18 ties or fashion accessories, and the Elite Sliding Scarf Rack features six loops to better organize and store scarves, shawls, wraps and more for visibility. Similarly, Elite Sliding Belt Rack features large hooks; ideal for various sized belts or accessories.

Elite Sliding Mirror has three mirror rotation options, and all accessories come with mounting screws and installation instructions.

Each sliding rack installs on MasterSuite upright panels for either left- or right-handed access. Elite Racks and Mirror accessories provide even more configurations to the MasterSuite system; further supporting any functional requirement in a space.

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