Easy Closets shows homeowners how to get the most available storage space from the closets they already have in their homes. Through easy-to-follow text and photos, including installation sequences, homeowners learn how to select and install closet-system components that are available at home centers, hardware stores, and specialty closet retailers. The book details ways to improve every type of closet and storage area foundin thehome.
|Publisher:||Fox Chapel Publishing Company, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||8.40(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||10 Years|
About the Author
JOSEPH PROVEY is the former editor-in-chief of Family Handyman, Mechanix Illustrated/Home Mechanix, and Practical Homeowner magazines. He has authored several home improvement books, including the Creative Homeowner titles Outdoor Kitchens, Toro Expert Guide to Lawns, Design Ideas for Flooring, and Successful Container Gardening as well as many articles for national home and garden magazines. Provey began his career as a carpenter and now lives in Bridgeport, CT.
Table of ContentsIntroduction:Chapter 1Simplify, and Then ReorganizeChapter 2Components andSystemsChapter 3Coat Closets and MudroomsChapter 4Kids'ClosetsChapter 5Master-Suite ClosetsChapter 6Linen ClosetsChapter 7Kitchen PantriesChapter 8Closets on a BudgetChapter 9Utility, Garage, and BasementClosetsChapter 10Closets That Do MoreChapter 11Closets Where There Were None
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Easy Closets: Affordable Storage Solutions for Everyone based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This is an excellent reference for anyone considering a home remodel or an addition. It speaks to the do-it-yourself OR anyone who will be hiring a contractor. Mr. Provey hasn’t forgotten a thing, not how to determine how much space you’ll have for socks, not what younger children might need to make their rooms as accessible for them as possible, not the fact that some people need custom closets for model railroads. He takes you from studs to doors, and floor to ceiling.