Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 38
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Wayne Like the product as a whole, but instructions have a lot of room for improvement.
Finished product is great. Learning curve on how things get's put together is a little steep though. this could definitely be improved with better instructions. Most specifically about how to get the rail on the wall and then how everything fits onto the rail.
August 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Lolly dissapointed in product
Hard to assemble/install, outside of box does not state additional items needed. Had to make trip to 2 stores (not enough in stock). Looks ok, I guess.
June 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jason solid product
I chose this product for it's quality, price, and color. None of these disappointed me. I'd by another one if needed someday.
January 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Heather No hardware included
I bought these in addition to the starter set to create some hanging space on the left in my daughter's closet. I really only needed one to attach to the wall, but they only come in a 2-pack. The problem is there is no hardware included. They have grooves just like the starter set, for attaching it to the back hanging bar, but the hanging bar included in the starter set isn't long enough to accomodate any additional vertical panels. Since I only need one and am attaching it directly to the closet wall, I don't need to hang it on the bar. But some directions or hardware would've been nice! I do love the starter set - no complaints there!
November 22, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Duke Exact replacement but pricey.
After my three year old hanging shelves fell off the wall, I found these and bought them. They are the exact replacement of what I had before. The are, however, pricey for what they are. You can buy 8 foot panels with the same exact holes minus the slanted slots (pre-cut on the panels) for less than half the price of these. However I needed them quickly because most of my wife's and my clothes were on the floor. I'm a bit concerned about the durability of them since my last ones only lasted three years but I don't remember what brand they were.
August 28, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by DIYFromtheBronx Not the best choice
Hard to believe there aren't any instructions! I was installing against side walls so I just screwed right into the studs. They do have slots in the back for hanging using the rails that are sold separately.
I used these similar to how the Deluxe Starter Kit is configured. I purchase a "regular" Starter Kit, these panels, a bunch of additional shelves, some drawers and rods. (The Deluxe Starter Kit wasn't available and I couldn't wait). In retrospect I wish I had bought a another "regular" Starter Kit instead of these panels. Then I would have had two side panels that match the length of the middle panels for the most flexibility on where to install shelves. And I needed additional rods and shelves anyway so nothing would have been wasted.
February 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jack works great!
easy to install, just gotta be careful in small spaces as walls are not always square. directions could be a bit better.
January 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chris Great quality for the price
I bought this system to complete our Master bedroom and Master closet remodel. I wasn't too sure of the quality to expect for this price point, especially after looking at many similar systems that were a lot more expensive. I bought the 4 ft. - 8 ft. Espresso Deluxe Starter Closet Kit, 72 inch Espresso Hanging Starter Closet Kit, 48 in. Espresso Vertical Panels (2-Pack), 4 of the 24 inch Espresso Shelves (2-Pack), 4 of the 35 inch Espresso Shelves (2-Pack) and an additional 32 inch closet System Rail. This allowed me to have 1 wall of that included 96 inches of double hanging, and 24 inches of long hanging for my wife’s dresses. It also gave me two 72 inch towers, one tower with 24 inch shelves and one tower with 35 inch shelves. My decision in what to buy was based on using the Martha Stewart closet design website. After I entered my room dimensions and edited the recommendation to suit our needs, the website gave me the list of things I needed to buy through Home Depot’s website. I was able to install the entire closet system by myself in under 2.5 hours (My pregnant wife watch silently in amazement from our bed). I think the most difficult part for most people will be cutting the metal rails to the correct size. The instructions suggest using a hacksaw. Fortunately for me I just bought a Dremel 4200 on Black Friday that came with a metal cutting wheel that made short work of cutting the rails for me. I think the photos do not do justice to the completed project. But my toughest critics (the lovely wife) absolutely loves who new closet. She even shares part of it with me.
January 4, 2015