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Model #53016

Impressions Basic 48 in. W - 112 in. W White Wood Closet System

  • Classic white finish blends flawlessly to match any decor
  • System includes 8 shelves, 3 closet rods, and 5 top shelf kits
  • Floor mount system fits closets 48 - 112 inches wide
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Product Overview

The ClosetMaid Impressions Basic 16 in. Closet System includes one 16 in. white Custom Closet Kit and 5 white 48 in. Top Shelf Kits. This system features a durable white finish and includes a decorative side and top trim. The organizer features 8 shelves and 3 nickel closet rods that expand from 30 in. to 48 in. for versatility and to increase the usable space of your reach-in closet. Also included are 5 white top shelf kits that create shelf and shoe storage.
  • 10-1/2 ft. of shelf space and 11-1/2 ft. of hanging space
  • Durable laminate material that adds a contemporary feel
  • Center tower includes 4 fixed and 4 adjustable shelves to hold a variety of folded garments, accessories and shoes
  • Easy-to-follow assembly instructions
  • Designed for closets that are 4 ft. to 9 ft. W
  • Included hardware



  • California residents

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Closet System TypeReach-InReach-InReach-InReach-In
System TypeTower SystemTower SystemTower SystemTower System
IncludedHardwareHardwareHardwareHardware
Mount TypeWall MountWall MountWall MountWall Mount
Assembled Depth (in.)14.57 in14.57 in14.57 in14.57 in
Assembled Height (in.)83 in83 in83 in83 in
Assembled Width (in.)120 in108 in120 in120 in
Number of Shelves10131010
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
14.57 in
Assembled Height (in.)
83 in
Assembled Width (in.)
108 in

Details

Closet System Type
Reach-In
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Included
Hardware
Material
Laminate
Minimum Width (in.)
98 in
Mount Type
Wall Mount
Number of Shelves
13
Returnable
180-Day
Style
Modern
System Compatible
Yes
System Type
Tower System

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Manufacturer will replace any missing or damaged parts. Please call Customer Service at 1-800-874-0008 for warranty information.

Questions & Answers

88Questions17Answers

What is the bottom height of the low shelf. I have 5" base. I also want to cut the base forth tow...

Asked by GE December 31, 2020
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What a disappointment!! Worthy of going into the trash can. Very cheaply made!!!!

My closet is 52 inches wide. What would be the best way to set this up?

Asked by rheumdoc01 November 2, 2020
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Hello, This unit Fits 4’ to 9’ closets; Closet rods and top shelves may need to be cut to size to fit the smaller closet sizes. Thank you for your inquiry.

What is the minimum adjustable rod length that i can choose on either side? Can I have 1 side at...

Asked by JR September 5, 2020
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It will depend on your closet size. The middle shelving unit is stationary at 17". The rods themselves shorten to a minimum of 25.5". I prior to installing them do not see where they would have been able to get down to 10 inches unless you were to saw the metal down.

can the shelves be mirrored in other words reversed

Asked by james August 19, 2020
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Yes, you can set your own configuration if you want. I did it with mine.

What is the recommenced weight limit of the hang rods?

Asked by Steve July 27, 2020
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Hello, The rods can hold up to 15 lbs. per linear foot. Thank you for your inquiry.

Ours didn’t come with assembly instructions. And the ones on HD all day refer to the specific instructions provided.

Asked by BJohnson July 21, 2020
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you can go to the manufacturer's website and download the pdf with instructions.

Are the rods silver in color, or are they the scratch resistant melamine (greenish/brownish) color

Asked by Justin July 16, 2020
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The rods are silver. At least mine were.

My closet is 112" wide, would this work? I saw in the description 108" wide when assembled.

Asked by ChalrieMom July 14, 2020
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Hello, Yes this will fit your closet this unit fits a closet up to 112 inches wide. Thank you for your inquiry.

Is it possible to install without the tower of shelves and just use a side of the shelves for support?

Asked by MM3 July 12, 2020
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I don't recommend that. You need strong support on the middle for the rods.

Can anyone tell me how wide the cubbies are? Thanks!

Asked by Steph June 30, 2020
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Cubbies are 15.5" inside, but the trim takes off 1" on each side, so if you want to use cubes or baskets 3.5" is the max.

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Customer Reviews

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The MDF material is very low grade and is only suited for a temporary solution. This is an up gr...
The MDF material is very low grade and is only suited for a temporary solution. This is an up grade from wire wracks that said it is not smooth plywood with a finish, this is not custom and these are not cabinets. It is a bit pricier than anticipated and I could of just used plywood. I say this, for you will need to cut shelves to fit at that point buy regular wood shelves and a premade cabinet with shelves or middle unit of your choice.
by JOSH
The closet is very sturdy and looks nice. A...
The closet is very sturdy and looks nice. A saw was required to cut the bars, wood shelves and moulding since our closet was 52” wide. Took a few hours to assemble. (Photo is before top shelf added and before baseboards re-installed).
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
We had a standard closet with one hanging rod. This closet system was very handy in out guest bed...
We had a standard closet with one hanging rod. This closet system was very handy in out guest bedroom as our parents usually like folding their clothes and need shelves. This system is highly customizable based on your design and needs. The quality of materials is very good and overall looks very good once installed. The tower can be set in middle or sides. This order comes in 6 different packages and very clear instructions. From start to finish we completed the project in 2 days. Do keep in mind that the shelves may need to be trimmed based on your closet size. We tried using a saw but were not successful so we requested a HD associate to help us. Overall this is very easy to install but requires patience and right tools
by themania
This kit made such a difference for my closet space. Actually have more room for clothes and spa...
This kit made such a difference for my closet space. Actually have more room for clothes and space left. Highly recommend. Just follow the directions and you should have no problem.
by Bunior1988
1 person found this helpful
Looks great not the easiest install because I had to modify the shelves to fit my closet but it's...
Looks great not the easiest install because I had to modify the shelves to fit my closet but it's nice
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Decide for Yourself - I usually write a long review for items costing around $500 or more (I bou...
Decide for Yourself - I usually write a long review for items costing around $500 or more (I bought 2 of these units). Here's another - I'm not sure if 2 or 3 stars is appropriate so I'm going with 2 because of how cheaply the finish is applied to all the wood of this entire product. Anyone would expect higher quality for the price paid for this mass produced product. The shelves are 5/8" thick particleboard (NOT MDF, explained here https://homeguides.sfgate.com/difference-between-particle-board-medium-density-fiberboard-99189.html) but the veneer woodgrain finish is a cheap plastic-like super-thin paper that is poorly attached to the shelf, very noticeable even on the front finished edges (which have the same poorly applied veneer). Out of the box, there were larger chips in the unfinished ends of some shelves but luckily I needed to shorten most shelves 2 inches so they were cut off. The narrow trim pieces you dowel + glue or screw to the front bottom edge of the shelves and face of the tower are MDF with the same super thin smooth paper finish glued to them. If you bump them with anything even minimally sharp, it will cause a rip which is very noticeable on a dark finish. The metal brackets, installation hardware, and instructions are good. However, be sure to use a rubber mallet to install the top entry cam locks, bottom nuts, and dowels, NOT a regular hammer. If you are extremely careful with handling these wood pieces and do the touch-ups I did as explained below, the finished product can look very nice - but I suspect it will look pretty bad over time if you are not careful to prevent bumping it with objects having sharper edges, or put too much weight on the minimally supported shelves. Installation Recommendations: 1. Be sure to have a dark Mohawk touch-up pen (for chocolate color units) for cleaning up all the white marks along finished edge of every (yes, EVERY) wood piece where the super thin paper veneer did not bind well to the "finished" edges of the wood, or to fix a small nick in a shelf or piece of MDF. 2. If you cut the baseboard so the tower sits flush to the wall, be sure to mount the 2 hang bar brackets as per the instructions to provide a full 12" from the center of the hang rod to the wall behind the tower. When not cutting the baseboard, consider adding a 1 1/2" angle bracket at the bottom of each side of the tower fastening it to the baseboard for stability. Be sure to level the assembled tower front to back and side-to-side before fastening. 3. When cutting shelves, wrap the shelf (tightly) on both sides along the cut line with blue painter tape. Use a radial arm saw (best since the board remains stable while cutting) or table saw to cut the shelves. You should get a cleaner cut on the top side, but the bottom side of the shelf will still have chips and some flaking on the super thin paper veneer, even with a super-sharp blade. If you use the supplied 11" shelf brackets, and you can see the flaking on the exposed 1" ends not sitting on the bracket - touch it up with a super-thin coat of black latex paint (buy a Behr black sample paint) before installing the shelf (Mohawk pen won't work on these larger uneven gafs). Unfinished (ends) of particleboard swell when too much water is absorbed so keep paint and other coloring liquids to a minimum. 4. Walls are typically never a perfect 90 degree angle - some angles can be significantly wider. Measure the shelf at the back and the front edges then cut the shelf on an angle to avoid unsightly gaps on the wider edge. Always cut on the wall side since the tower side should be (mostly) squared to the back wall it is mounted to and the cut will be less noticeable. Cut the MDF trim piece after the shelf is properly fitted by installing dowels in the holes on each end of the shelf, insert the trim onto the dowels (unglued) and mark the excess overhang with a pencil to get the correct cut-off point (the trim is easily removed using only 2 dowels). Install the trim with all the dowels and glue after cutting. 5. According to ClosetMaid's replies to HD consumer questions about how much weight one of the 4 foot shelves can hold, they have indicated the limit as 30 lbs (in 2019), 25 lbs (2018), and 10 pounds on 12/12/2016 (total weight, likely to prevent sagging), no clear consistent answer. When asked, ClosetMaid would not disclose the particleboard type (LD low denity, MD medium density, HD high density) which effects the shelf strength. If 10 pounds is correct, that's quite a low limit considering 2 pair of men's dress shoes in the original cardboard box weighs almost 4 lbs. Part of the limit is from using the hollow wall anchors supplied, but the main reason is the shelf being made from particleboard and having shorter 11" brackets to support it, particularly along the rear edge. To increase the weight limit and prevent long-term sagging, I used 1x4 (ripped in half) along the entire rear edge of the shelf, turned the 11" center bracket 90 degrees, and fastened it to the 1x4 with a steel 1 1/2" angle bracket. The center support greatly increases the weight capacity as does the full length rear shelf support (see PDF link below). The ripped 1x4 under the rear edge is nailed to studs, and I used a 1x6 on the end wall (nailed to the stud in the corners + glued on the back with construction glue) for superior strength (see photos), increasing the weight capacity above 50 lbs and eliminating the possibility of sagging for typical shelf weight or more. This official CPA Technical Bulletin PDF contains simple charts detailing the weight limit based on the (5/8" thick particleboard) shelf width and (single vs. multiple ) bracket support http://web.arauco-na.com/_file/particleboard-and-mdf-for-shelving.pdf The charts makes it apparent why a low weight limit on the shelf may be the better long term limit for the out-of-the-box installation of a 4 foot shelf. Review the chart footnotes too. 6. Before installing the shelves in the tower, consider darkening the shelf peg holes using Minwax Jacobean stain on a q-tip for a nicer finished appearance (chocolate color units). Dip the q-tip in the stain, then into the hole, and wipe away the excess stain with a clean rag or paper towel. This is easiest to do prior to assembly of the tower. 7. When installing on carpet, consider removing the carpet, padding, and tack strip under the tower and replacing it with a piece of hardwood (poplar, oak) so you don't need to remove and reinstall much of the closet system to replace the carpet. That would avoid the aggravation of trying to line up wall screw holes and level everything when reinstalling on potentially thicker or thinner carpeting. ClosetMaid could make these improvements to make this unit a super product: 1. Use a better grade of particleboard that does not chip too easily when cut or bumped 2. Use a better formica-like grade shelf finish that cuts cleanly and is not so easy to damage 3. Use stained hardwood for trim, not MDF Hope these details help.
by silverago
16 people found this helpful
Easy to assemble with minimal tools. Trim adds a quality...
Easy to assemble with minimal tools. Trim adds a quality look.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Got three of these and were very easy to assemble. Keeps three bedrooms much more organized!
Got three of these and were very easy to assemble. Keeps three bedrooms much more organized!
by Squizzy
Great Closet but Timeconsuming to Assemble
just purchased this system for a new nursery bedroom and love the finished product. I ended up hiring a handyman to come and install since there are plumbing lines running behind this closet wall and I was hesitant to start anchoring this unit to the wall. It took him 7 hours with all of his powertools to get this done. I love the end result.
by Houston512
1 person found this helpful
These systems look very professional and polished and with the trim pieces installed, it actually...
These systems look very professional and polished and with the trim pieces installed, it actually looks like a custom closet install. My only complaint about it is that the hanging bars could feel a bit sturdier. They've been fine, but just feel like they could sag with enough weight on them. I installed two of these. The first took me about 7.5 hours but the second was more like 3 hours.
by thatotherbrian
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