Custom Drawer Dividers Made Easy
By Richie DeMarco | Posted: 02/22/2013 12:49PM
Custom tie and belt drawers look great! They give consumers that “Neiman Marcus” experience in their own home.
How do you currently handle those requests?
I’m guessing that your first instinct is to offer a different solution.
After your customer insists on drawer box dividers – you have few options:
Order pre-fab boxes
Spend way more time than you would like making them yourself, or
You can use the clips pictured below.
It’s a low cost and effective way to create dividers in drawers, tray dividers in pantries or shoe cubbies in a closet.
Installation is easy, drill a 5mm hole and slip the ¼” or ¾” material into the channel.
Are these clips as nice as the pre-fab boxes?
Of course not, however I’ll bet everyone wants that “Neiman Marcus” experience even those that are not willing pay for it.
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About the Author
Richie DeMarcoRichie DeMarco was declared “The Mayor of Hardware” at the 2011 Closet Expo. With nearly 15 years of experience he has moved up the ranks at Eveready Hardware and is currently the vice president. He serves on the Board of Directors for the ACSP and moderates the LinkedIn group Hardware Nation. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter @MayorOfHardware.