During this past winter we shared with you some of the heart-warming compliments we received from our customers. These wonderful compliments are hugely important to our closet designers and the entire Closet Works team. This motivates us to continue to give customers exceptional and memorable custom closet experiences. As we continue on into the late summer months we wanted to share with you some of the recent kind words we have received from people all over Chicagoland. Thank you for your continued support!!
Daniel C. Yelp.com
“As an interior designer my personal relationships with vendors is something that I truly cherish.
I've recently had the pleasure of working with a Closet Works designer on a project and have since brought her on to all my current projects. She has gone above and beyond making sure all my client needs are met and has made me look like a rockstar.
Recently I had a tiff with one tile showroom and the service experience was awful. Five minutes later I spoke with Closet Works and what they did blew me away. There was a slight mix up on an installation and they took care of everything for me. They told me it was no big deal because service is what they want to give me. I couldn't believe how wonderful this was when I just had such a bad experience with the tile showroom downtown. Needless to say Closet Works is my go to shop for all my future closets. The installation guy took care of everything that needed to be done and was also a pleasure to work with.
If you're in need of a closet reworking, call Closet Works to help you out. The pricing, service, product and installation are great! There is no need to go anywhere else.
Thanks to Closet Works and their team for everything.”
Marcia B. Yelp.com
“Closet Works transformed my closets. We were combining houses and had to get everything into the closets at the smaller of the two. The Closet Works designer’s design made effective use of all the space (we have very high ceilings). She did such a phenomenal job on the closets that when we were done, we had her build-in our office. She was with us every step of the way. She made sure our scheduling worked. And any time an installer was on the job, she came to check up on how it was going. No detail went unnoticed.
Turned out that there was some stuff we wished we had done differently. Not to worry. The designer modified what we got to be what we now knew we wanted. She took back the stuff we didn't need and credited us for it.”
After it was all done, I needed help moving a shelf. The designer came over the same day and got it perfectly positioned.
Some of my neighbors have been over to see what we had done and were just blown away at what she had accomplished.
Couldn't have been a better experience.”
Want to get started on your own custom closet project this Summer? Call us toll free at 800-4-CLOSET or visit us our appointment page to set up a free consultation with one of our closet designers.
Back in January we covered an 'Out of Sight' home office & guestroom designed by Sue Tinker here at Closet Works. Her extraordinary design for the guest room featured woodgrain laminate, pillow style door and drawer fronts, designer slender pulls, frosted gass inserts in doors, meganite solid surface countertops, a custom designed moveable deskleg, and a full murphy bed.
Sue's design was selected as the winner in the 2014 Top Shelf design awards for a home office over 150 Square Feet. Congratulations Sue!
Is Tangerine totally tasteful?
Is turquoise a required "must have" for the upcoming season? And how do you tie that in to home decor?
And who comes up with these "hot color trends" anyway?
Join us, along with interior designer Erik Kolacz, Contrast Design Group, for an informal and informational afternoon at our Clybourn Showroom - Saturday, November 3rd from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Kolacz will share the latest insights on color trends and give you some terrific inspiration on ways to incorporate these trends in to your decor.
And this event serves double duty as we kick off our "Pack The Pantry" seasonal giving event.
We've teamed with the Lakeview Food Pantry (http://www.lakeviewpantry.org) and are asking everyone to bring non-perishable food items to help "pack our pantry" that we can then give to the Lakeview Food Pantry to help residents of Lakeview who are in need.