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Old 11-07-2017, 01:59 PM   #1
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Freedom Rail for my closets? Pros Con's??


I'm still trying to figure out what to do with the closets in my new home and I came across something online called "freedom rail". I've never used anything like it, but it's similar to other closet organizers and it's priced cheaper than ikea stuff.

Basically there is a long metal strip that goes across the top and 2 rails down the side that you attach brackets to and then put shelves etc on top. Seems to be about the same costs of buying the same parts in wood, but with all the flexibility of mounting cabinets, clothes hanging brackets, and other items anywhere along the line of the rails and more importantly it's easy to mount a row on top and a row on bottom to maximize space.
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For that price, I'd rather have a beautiful armoire!
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I'm actually looking to do something like this, but with 2 really long clothes racks and no cabinets between them.

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Hello, hope it's not too late for this. But investing in closets is always welcome.

I am not sure about that freedom rail, but I always suggest people to opt for built in wardrobes. Last year, I tried built in wardrobes from Brisbane and I was not disappointed. So if there is a chance for you to do the same, go for it. If you still haven't figured out the cabinets for this closet of yours, maybe you don't even need them. Just consider a few more shelves and leave the clothes as part of the design.
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