Some closet kits are easier to install than others. If you’re handy, that’s one thing, but if you don’t know pliers from a wrench (or don’t care to), then you may want to select one that’s much simpler to install or have someone install it for you. Also, consider how easy a kit is to maneuver and change around once it is installed, as your needs and preferences may change over time.
Closet kits come in a wide variety of materials, from metal and plastic to solid wood. Their looks can range from basic and utilitarian to the ultra-fancy that will make you want to bring guests into your closet and serve cocktails there. How much visibility your closet gets, as well as your personal taste and budget, should dictate which kit is best for transforming your closet.
Do you want drawers galore, or just more shelving? Closet kits come with all sorts of features and functions to help you keep things better organized. Your habits—if you keep most of your clothing folded or hanging, or if you keep other types of items in your closet, too—should be taken into consideration.