Custom Basement Closets in Miami
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No matter how big your house is, chances are you need more space. There is never enough storage space or closet space to keep things organized and out of the way. The problem may not be one of space, but how well you utilize the space you have available. Take your basement, for example, you may have boxes and stuff just cluttered everywhere. Wall units or Basement Closets in Miami can solve that problem quickly and cost-effectively. Custom storage solutions can help you get organized and remain clutter free in your attic, basement, garage, office, craft room, laundry room, or anywhere else in your home.

Closets that are custom made can be placed in small spaces, or out of the way spaces, like under the stairs. Basement Closets in Miami can include shelving, hangers, compartments for tools or supplies, or shoe racks. The possibilities are endless. Custom furniture, cabinets, room dividers, doors, and Murphy beds can help you get the most use out of the space in and around your home. Furniture that fits well can make a small room look bigger and feel less crowded. Cabinets can be added along walls to store games, movies, supplies, or office equipment. A well placed room divider can make way for an office and a library in the same space. Bi-folding doors can take up less room when opened, giving you more space to move around a room.

Murphy wall beds custom made can allow you to have an in-home office most of the time, and a guest room when you need one. Different sizes and styles are available, so you can fit one in just about any space you have. Having custom furniture and closets designed, manufactured, and installed by the same company can save you time and money. Solutions can be designed to fit any space, and any budget. You can go to metrodoorbrickell.com for details on options and to set up a free custom furniture design consultation. Residential, commercial, and corporate needs can be met in one stop. Architects, designers, and contractors are also welcomed to discuss furniture and storage needs for their projects. You can also visit them on Google+








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