How wide should a clothes closet be?
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Simply so, how wide does a closet need to be?
Typical Widths and Depths. Walk-in closets should be a minimum of 4 feet wide by 4 feet deep. With these minimum dimensions, the closet will accommodate shelves and hanging space on one side wall and the back wall.
Secondly, how wide is a standard double closet? Double sided walk-in closets are medium sized closets that have storage along two walls split by an interior clearance space. Combining widths of standard storage depths onto the central 36” | 91.4 cm clearance zone, double sided walk-in closets have widths that can vary between 6'-7' | 183-213 cm.
Also question is, how wide should a coat closet be?
Depth Guidelines Coat hangers are typically 19 inches wide -- add a heavy coat and it's cramped at 24 inches. Coat closets should have a minimum of 28 inches of depth -- 30 inches is ideal -- to prevent sleeves and bulky coats from interfering with the closet door.
How wide does a closet need to be to hang clothes?
A clothes closet should have a minimum depth of at least 24 inches deep, so the clothes can clear the back wall. Shelves for women's shoes should be spaced about 6 to 7 inches apart. Shelves for folded clothes should be placed around 12 inches apart.