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Ultimate 84 in. W - 115 in. W White Wood Closet Corner System

  • Wall-mounted system keeps everything organized and off the floor
  • Includes everything needed for a full installation
  • Durable 5/8 in. thick laminate has a scratch resistant surface
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Product Overview

The Closet Evolution ultimate corner kit is easy installation and organization at from beginning to end. This box includes everything you need to complete your closet as well as 49 ft. of shelf space and 14 ft. of hanging space. For an easy install, the Closet Evolution closet system hangs on wall-mounted steel rails and comes with all of the required installation hardware.
  • Fits closet sizes from 3.5 to 5.5 ft. on the short wall and 6.5 to 9.5 ft. on the long wall
  • Kit hangs on the wall, so you do not have to remove or cut baseboards
  • Corner shelving to maximize your closet space
  • Rods and shelves are cut-to-fix for the perfect fit in any closet space
  • 3-drawers for concealed storage
  • Shelves and vertical panels have a durable scratch-resistant laminate surface
  • Includes all required hardware
  • Kit ships in 9 individual boxes
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • California residents

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IncludedCloset Rod,Drawers,HardwareCloset Rod,Drawers,HardwareCloset Rod,Drawers,HardwareAccessories,Drawers,Hardware,Screws
System TypeTower SystemCorner SystemCorner SystemTower System
Closet System TypeReach-In,Walk-InReach-In,Walk-InReach-In,Walk-InReach-In,Walk-In
Mount TypeWall MountWall MountWall MountFreestanding
Assembled Depth (in.)14 in14 in14 in16.75 in
Assembled Height (in.)72 in72 in72 in84 in
FeaturesAdjustable Shelves,Cut-to-Fit,Fixed ShelvesAdjustable Shelves,Cut-to-Fit,Fixed ShelvesAdjustable Shelves,Cut-to-Fit,Fixed ShelvesNo Additional Features
Assembled Width (in.)120 in115 in115 in113 in
MaterialLaminateLaminateLaminateWood
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
14 in
Assembled Height (in.)
72 in
Assembled Width (in.)
115 in

Details

Closet System Type
Reach-In,Walk-In
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Features
Adjustable Shelves,Cut-to-Fit,Fixed Shelves
Included
Closet Rod,Drawers,Hardware
Material
Laminate
Minimum Width (in.)
84 in
Mount Type
Wall Mount
Number of Shelves
18
Returnable
90-Day
Storage Product Type
Closet Kits
Style
Classic
System Compatible
Yes
System Type
Corner System

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

55Questions19Answers

It says that the short wall is 84 inches on the posted specs, but repeatedly comments and help ti...

Asked by Steven June 21, 2021
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Just put one of these in. I didn't modify the short wall shelves and ended up with 66" long. My short wall was 70" so it worked out great. You can shorten it by cutting 2 boards and hanging rods if needed. I think the 84" is the minimum length of the long wall.

Can this be mounted to metal wall studs?

Asked by Ron June 17, 2021
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Answers

Yes but you will need self tapping screws noted for metal studs as the hardware included is only for wood studs. you will also want extra toggles to spread the weight out more. recommend only 3 empty holes between any secure points (toggle or stud) with the exception of never having a screw or toggle directly under the vertical panels

If my short wall is 73 inches, is there a way to add on to this unit for it to fit a 98x73 inch space?

Asked by Alex April 20, 2021
1
Answer

This Unit is 84 in. W - 115 in. Which this should be sufficient for you space that is noted. You are able to additionally add onto the system as it is highly modular in nature. You are able to share the vertical panels and continue the unit along the wall as preferred.

Can I cut down this unit to be 63" instead of 65" on the long wall or does it need a minimum of 65"?

Asked by Lisa March 18, 2021
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The shelves can be cut down with a table saw or circular saw that has a blade with at least 100 teeth to prevent chipping. Additionally, the Wardrobe rods and rails can be cut down with a hacksaw.

How can you do an extra secure to the wall when the entire unit is done? It kinda pulls away all...

Asked by Linda March 13, 2021
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Unfortunately, I would not try to do an extra secure after the wall unit is complete. I would remove the boards and add additional toggle bolts to secure the mounting bracket, or use more studs if you have them.

Our closet is only 45 inches deep. We love this system for our closet, but we're concerned about ...

Asked by Andrea March 10, 2021
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yes

What size are the boxes that the unit is shipped in?

Asked by Jeeper February 18, 2021
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the box size varies for the unit. the largest is just under 75" tall and 24" wide max weight of the heaviest box is about 80 lbs.

Can i put it invert. The corner piece on the right,

Asked by Adry February 8, 2021
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This may be a late reply, but I don't see why that would be an issue. Most of the system comes down to 5 or so universal pieces.

Installation?

Asked by Ed February 7, 2021
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It took us most of 1 day with 2 guys and all the tools one would need. We had not worked with this type of thing before and the instructions are not the best but the end result looks great & we would buy another.

description says 3.5 to 5.5 on short wall and 6.5 to 9.5 on long wall. Are there any direction th...

Asked by Ron January 26, 2021
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The planning is the hardest part. It all depends on your wall lengths. For the long wall, you’re going to use up 30” for the corner section, a must-have 24” section so the drawers fit properly, and another 24” section for hanging clothes. We used the full 115” on the long wall, with the last section being a double-hanging 36” section. For the short wall, you’re going to again have 30” taken up by the corner section, and then up to 36” for the hanging clothes section. Anything not those exact dimensions is possible, but it will result in you cutting each shelf to fit your space, as well as cutting the hanging rods. We did plenty of this as we installed two complete units in a U-shape. The material we cut off the 36” shelves we were able to use to add one additional 12” section. The system overall is configurable as long as you make sure the hanging bars catch at least two studs each. The directions in the box are good. Your waste is just going to be what you cut off of the shelves, the clothes hanging rods, and the hanging bars that everything mounts to—those also have to be cut to fit your stud configuration. Oh, and a ton of cardboard...

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 141 reviews
  • 79% recommend this product
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Luxury, adding value in small pieces/steps
I loooove this closet set. The provided information was exact enough to prep my closet before it arrived. The finished product is gorgeous once completed and filled up. My boyfriend installed this whole thing by himself within a Day, maybe 8 hours total as the directions were somewhat... well, it’s a lot. I definitely think this is worth it for several reasons, this has many places to hang and fold things, some of the pieces can switch positions so that you have a slightly different look than the picture, drawers alone can cost between $50 and 200 easily and many online are cloth, having an option to be able to put this together ourselves but not having to measure and chose wood ourselves saves time and effort that we could put into other renovations in out home, catch it on sale if you can, 800 is always more affordable than 1000 , really, just saving money by getting 1 full set that matches that’ll still hold its value when we sell our home is just beyond worth it. I know people might complain about the price but I’m constantly buying new furniture and storage pieces... those prices add up for sure, this is the easiest and cheapest way, or you can pay a company to do a custom install that’ll costs thousands more.
by KauraLoft
Easy to customize and install. A lot of storage...
Easy to customize and install. A lot of storage
by HomeDepotCustomer
We wanted an upgrade from our builder-minimum, single wire shelf around our master bedroom closet...
We wanted an upgrade from our builder-minimum, single wire shelf around our master bedroom closet, and I wanted one that would allow us to maintain floor space and keep the room nice and tidy. We looked at some other options, but ultimately went with Closet Evolution after reading reviews and looking at buyer photos. The long and short of it--we got faster than expected delivery of 681 pounds (we bought two of the corner units) of closet panels, hanging rods, hardware, and enough cardboard to deforest a small country. The packaging of our kits was very good and we saw no damaged pieces despite there being so many boxes. We were missing one of the main hanging bars (the L-brackets that everything hangs from), but due to our stud configuration, we were able to make it work and even have another bar to spare. We were going to end up with one 12" section empty, so we DIY'd that last section using some of the excess length and we're very happy with the results. Be prepared--this is not an afternoon project. Mainly because, let's face it...your closet is not empty. In fact, it's nowhere near empty right now. That's Step 1 (not in the instructions). It's going to stress you out to empty your closet and find a place to put everything temporarily while you tackle this behemoth. Pro tip: don't put stuff on your bed, because you're going to have at least one night where everything's out of your closet and you're going to have to sleep there. The toughest part for me and my wife was making sure we had the hanging bar arrangement figured out so that we were hitting at least two studs with each section that a vertical panel would rest on. With the whole system hanging from the wall, we wanted to make double sure that we hadn't screwed those into drywall alone and risk waking in the middle of the night to a crashing load of outdated, out of style clothes and otherwise useless closet clutter. Mission accomplished. We started on the project in the afternoon, and we finished the following evening. We cleared out one half of our garage as a staging area, because you (unless you're a Kardashian, and you're not, because you're on Home Depot's website right now) won't have enough floor space to stage it all and then start. We generated a ton of leftover cardboard, end pieces cut off of hanging rods, clothing bars, wood shelves, etc. Another great tip is make sure you take the time to review the tools you'll need before you get started. The only one we couldn't find was a stud finder, but we borrowed one and the job went smoothly. Overall, it bugs me a bit to have the adjustment holes over all the vertical panels, but when you compare this to a California Closet or some other custom solution, I feel like we got a good value. We're moved back into the closet now and I've definitely felt more calm knowing things were in much better order in this room. I've told others that are building houses now to skip the builder closet shelf--it's just more work than a blank room would be. Buy it knowing what you're getting and you'll be happy. And find a good friend to help you. Good luck!
by HomeDepotCustomer
4 people found this helpful
Pleasantly surprised
My wife and I recently remodeled our bathroom and closets. We purchased multiple systems for a smaller closet and this system for the bigger one. Installation was actually straight forward but I would highly recommend reading the instructions multiple times and planning out your configuration ahead of time. I had to cut down some of the shelves and rods. Make sure you have good measurements on both front and back in case your walls aren’t square. We also ordered extra shelves (not shown in picture) for the corner unit. It was well worth it. For just under $1400 for both closets compared to what a custom unit would be from other places this was a good buy for the price.
by MikeD
2 people found this helpful
Although it didn’t look bad once mounted, I paid entirely TOO much for it. It’s worth in neighbor...
Although it didn’t look bad once mounted, I paid entirely TOO much for it. It’s worth in neighborhood to be $300-$400 dollars. What’s worse was missing hardware. Couldn’t install two out of the three drawers. I called customer service, no good because no one answers the phone so I had to go to the Home Depot store. An associate helped me order the missing screws and knobs and they arrived 4 days later. Again, not worth all this hassle for a $1043 dollar purchase of fake wood and missing parts. I would return it but it’s already mounted ( very heavy and cumbersome) and I resorted to writing this review so buyers are aware of what’s coming. Poor construction, incomplete parts and shoddy material. Thanks Home Depot.
by Frustrated
5 people found this helpful
Clean and neat organizer
I installed this closet alone by myself, not too hard to do , but yes certainly two peope recommended. It turned out so beautiful and nice, that we feel the wife has less clothes now ... Very well designed concept and easy to install as long as your closet can support it. I did receive different color box and all, but customer service replaced with correct color and all, so at the end all good.
by Anonymous
3 people found this helpful
Fairly easy to assemble but must have 2 people to...
Fairly easy to assemble but must have 2 people to hang and complete. Each unit is a fixed size so to fit in my closet, I had to cut 2 shelves and rods. I don’t feel the toggles are great so try to find a stud if possible.
by HomeDepotCustomer
2 people found this helpful
Very clear instructions and easy to assemble. Had closet done...
Very clear instructions and easy to assemble. Had closet done in two hours. Eva my fiancé is super happy.
by BoydCrowder
3 people found this helpful
Affordable luxury!
I had a custom closet team out and their quote was $4k. I got on HD and easily ordered 5 separate units Closet Evolution. My husband and I assembled all 5 with ease and it was so easy to interchange unit elements to make it work for us. It’s solid, beautiful and highly functional. Better than I could have paid someone else to do!
by Erica
8 people found this helpful
Fantastic purchase!
We needed to utilize the space adequately in our master closet. My wife loved the corner shelves. Buying this kit made the most sense for our space. Fairly easy to put together. End result, WE LOVE IT!!!
by cbare
5 people found this helpful
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