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ModularClosets.com makes high-quality plywood closet organizers with the same Do-It-Yourself ease & pricing, delivered to your door. The Brothers tapped the company for its lighter, high-grade plywood alternative to standard particle fiber board closet material—with fabulous results!
For those familiar with the show, the Bro’s need to run each of their individual renovation projects on tight budgets of $600,000 INCLUDING the price of the property, to beat out the other, making Modular Closets even more apropos. The plywood, DIY closet organizers retail comparatively priced with their particle board closet counterparts.
The highly customizable plywood boards make Modular Closets ideal for tweaking to final closet perfection, as anyone with any experience using ¾” Birch plywood can attest to. Add solid pre-assembled birchbox drawers with a touch-to-open feature on the stainless steel drawer slides, as well as aluminum hanging rods and brackets and you have a flexible, easy to install closet system.
The Scott Brothers leveraged these easy to use pieces and the end result did not disappoint. Drew’s heavily wood paneled, dreary beach house needed a complete gut to get underway. There was even paneling in the closet! Thanks to ModularClosets.com, the closet was the easiest part of Drew’s renovation, and fit perfectly with his clean line designs that opened up and brightened EVERY part of the house!
Check out these BEFORE and AFTER images!
The BEFORE shows a completely unusable space that was ugly to boot!
The AFTER looks move in ready and gorgeous, a space you want to spend time in!
Professionally designed and installed closets can be an expensive proposition, but not so with Modular Closets. Their FREE design center and easy cam lock assembly system makes this DIY project simple and cost effective, while leaving you with the look and quality of a professional installation.
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