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Single Sided Walk-In Closets

Single sided walk-in closets are the smallest type of walk-in closets that combine an individual storage wall with an internal clearance space for access. The overall depth of a single sided walk-in closet can vary as desired, but overall closet depths between 4’-5’ | 122-152 cm are commonly used to save space. The clear walls of a single sided walk-in closet are often equipped with mirrors or wall-mounted hooks for additional vertical storage.

Two configurations of door placements to the front or side of Single Sided Walk-In closets with dimensions
Single sided walk-in closets are the smallest type of walk-in closets that combine an individual storage wall with an internal clearance space. The overall depth of a single sided walk-in closet can vary as desired, but overall depths between 4’-5’ | 122-152 cm are commonly used to save space.

Two configurations of door placements to the front or side of Single Sided Walk-In closets with dimensions
Single Sided Walk-In Closets
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Clearance Space: 36” | 91.4 cm
Overall Closet Depth (Flexible): 4’-5’ | 122-152 cm

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Single Sided Walk-In Closet plan layout (back), plan (side), plans (people)

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Split Single Sided Walk-In Closets
Drawing with dimensions of a layout for Split Single Sided Walk-In Closets for two separate people

Split single sided walk-in closet layouts are paired closets that separate the space into two distinct zones with storage along a single side. Often connected to master bedrooms, the split single sided walk-in gives each person their own closet while maintaining a minimum and efficient footprint. Each single sided closet should have a minimum width of 5’ | 1.52 m which provides enough space for 2’ | 61 cm of storage with a 3’ | 91 cm clearance aisle for access. Combined, the split single sided walk-in closet should be a minimum of 10’4” | 3.15 m wide with an adjustable depth depending on floor plan demands. The split single sided walk-in closet layout can incorporate an extra door at the end of the closet that is commonly linked to a master bathroom or other ancillary space.

Split single sided walk-in closet layouts are paired closets that separate the space into two distinct zones with storage along a single side. Often connected to master bedrooms, the split single sided walk-in closet should be a minimum of 10’4” | 3.15 m wide with an adjustable length/depth.

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Overall Closet Depth: Flexible; 10’ | 3.05 m
Overall Closet Width (Single): 5’ | 1.52 m minimum
Overall Closet Width (Combined): 10’4” | 3.15 m minimum
Clearance Space: 36” | .91 m

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Split Single Sided Walk-In Closets plan layout, plan (people)

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Closet Depths

Closet depths are set based on the dimensions of various common clothing elements such as shoes, folded clothes, and shirts hung on hangers. When designing a closet, consider the specific efficiencies of each different storage element to better serve your closet needs. The comfortable recommended depth of a closet is 24” | 61 cm, but closet depths as narrow as 20” | 50.8 cm can be used if desired.

Shelf depths of 12” | 30.5 cm should be used for shoes and smaller clothing elements. If shoes are larger than these measurements, specialty inclined shoe racks can be incorporated to save space without adding additional depth. Drawers for folded clothes should be set at a minimum of 18” | 45.7 cm with deeper drawers for multiple rows of folding clothing at a depth of 24” | 61 cm. Deep drawers are consistent with standard closet depths 24” | 61 cm.

Dimensions and measurements of various required depths for closet shelves, drawers, deep drawers, and hangers
Closet depths are based on the dimensions of various common clothing elements such as shoes, folded clothes, and shirts hung on hangers. The comfortable recommended depth of a closet is 24” | 61 cm, but closet depths as narrow as 20” | 50.8 cm can be used if desired.

Dimensions and measurements of various required depths for closet shelves, drawers, deep drawers, and hangers
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Shelves (Depth): 12” | 30.5 cm
Drawers (Depth): 18” | 45.7 cm
Deep Drawers (Depth): 24” | 61 cm
Minimum Hangers (Depth): 20” | 50.8 cm
Comfortable Hangers (Depth): 24” | 61 cm

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Closet Depths plan (shelves), plan (drawers), plan (deep drawers), plan (minimum hangers), plan (comfortable hangers)

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Peninsula Walk-In Closets
Dimensioned layout drawing for a shared Peninsula Walk-In Closet with an island splitting the closet in half for two people

Peninsula walk-in closet layouts are shared open-plan closets that use a central peninsula element to split the closet space into two zones. Commonly attached to master bedrooms, the peninsula walk-in closet is a closet design that incorporates a shared lower seat or half height storage element that separates the two users while maintaining visual openness. The peninsula walk-in closet has a minimum width of 13’ | 4 m with a flexible depth that can be adjustably planned to fit various floor plans. Clearance aisles of 36” | .91 m should be maintained around the central peninsula with the option for additional doors to connect through to a master bathroom or other space.

Peninsula walk-in closet layouts are shared open-plan closets that use a central element to split the closet. Incorporating a shared seat or half height storage element that separates while maintaining visual openness, the peninsula walk-in closet has a minimum width of 13’ | 4 m and flexible depth.

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Overall Closet Depth (Flexible): Flexible; 13’ | 4 m
Overall Closet Width: 13’ | 4 m minimum
Central Peninsula Width (Flexible): 2’-3’ | 61-91 cm
Clearance Space: 36” | .91 m

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Peninsula Walk-In Closets plan, plan (people)

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Split Double Sided Walk-In Closets
Layout drawing of a floorplan layout with dimensions for a Split Double Walk-In Closet with shelves and hangers

Split double sided walk-in closet layouts are shared closets that separate the closet space into two distinct double sided storage areas serving different users. Typically combined with master bedrooms, the split double sided walk-in gives each person additional storage options with an extra row of shelving (12”-18” | 31-46 cm) or hanger space (24” | 61 cm) on either side of a 3’ | 91 cm clearance aisle. Combined, the split double sided walk-in closet has a width between 12.5’-14.5’ | 3.81-4.42 m and a depth that can be adjusted as needed. The split double sided walk-in closet layout often includes an additional door that connects through to a master bathroom or other space.

Split double sided walk-in closet layouts are shared closets that separate the closet space into two distinct double sided storage areas serving different users. With an extra row of storage, the split double sided walk-in closet has a width between 12.5’-14.5’ | 3.81-4.42 m and an adjustable depth.

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Overall Closet Depth: Flexible; 13’ | 4 m
Overall Closet Width (Single): 6’-7’ | 1.83-2.13 m
Overall Closet Width (Combined): 12.5’-14.5’ | 3.81-4.42 m
Clearance Space: 36” | .91 m

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Split Double Sided Walk-In Closet plan layout, plan (people)

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Reach-In Closets

Reach-in closets are space saving closets designed to combine functionality and accessibility without the need to physically enter the closet space. With the flexibility to combine and arrange multiple storage options such as hanger rods, drawers, shelves, and inserts, reach-in closets are the most commonly used closet type due to their ability to easily add utility into small spaces. Reach-in closets should be set at a standard comfortable closet depth of 24” | 61 cm and can be designed with various door types that often include sliding, bifold, and sliding pocket doors.

Drawings of standard door configurations, depths, and widths of Reach-In closets sized for clothes hangars
Reach-in closets are space saving closets that combine functionality and accessibility without the need to physically enter the closet. Reach-in closets should be set at a closet depth of 24” | 61 cm and can be designed with various door types that include sliding, bifold, and sliding pocket doors.

Drawings of standard door configurations, depths, and widths of Reach-In closets sized for clothes hangars
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Closet Depth (Standard): 24” | 61 cm
Door Operation Types: Sliding, bifold, sliding pocket

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Reach-In Closets plan (sliding doors), plan (bifold doors), plan (sliding pocket doors)

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