In the early ‘80s, the closet industry was littered with many small, fledgling companies. The engineering background of Closet Factory founder John LaBarbera, provided him with the critical knowledge required to avoid the precarious wall-hung systems that others provided, and to instead, develop a structurally sound floor-based system.
That crucial and fundamental decision would not only provide our clients with the unique ability to adjust the system to their own needs, but it became the foundation for the changes that revolutionized the closet industry. On February 9, 1983, Closet Factory opened its first location in California and provided people with custom closets, offices, entertainment centers, garage systems, pantries, bookshelves, and more.
The key word is more. More, because everyone in our company is focused on you and your needs. More, because everyone here is dedicated to delivering exactly the product you want. More, because since the beginning, our belief and philosophy has been to provide you with the shopping experience you deserve.
Our number one goal is to design a system that you will love.
No wonder so many of our clients refer us to their families and friends while continuing to use us for other projects themselves. And we don’t stop there. While other companies try to imitate the original, we will never stop advancing and expanding our product lines and the services that we offer.
Today we are nationally recognized as a leader in custom organizational storage system style. We have said it before and we’ll say it again:
“No one puts more into your closets than we do.”
Whether you want the clean look of a classic, all white, melamine design or a traditional look created with real wood stained to match the other furniture in your home, Closet Factory will give you the look you want. We’ll also provide the quality and craftsmanship necessary for your design to last for years to come.
Each of our custom offices is completely personalized and begins with a complimentary design appointment.Schedule a Consult
During the consultation you and a designer will discuss your goals, wish list, and project budget, with the aim of designing an office system, and work area that will: