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Closets Expo doubles in size from 2010

Posted: 01/12/2011 5:08PM

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Closets Galore

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 01/12/2011 2:35PM

An $8.9 million Park Ave. apartment, just listed, has enough closet space to warm the heart of any closet designer.


Tips for Increasing Longevity of Cedar Closets

By Lisa Adams Posted: 01/05/2011 9:52AM

Here are a few tips for your clients if their cedar closets need a little rejuvenation, there are steps they can take to revive effectiveness.


Residential Design Trends: What’s Hot for 2011

By Karen Koenig Posted: 12/28/2010 12:00AM

Smaller homes, clean lines and more green are just some of the design trends forecast for residences in 2011.




Analyze Your Client’s Activities

By Janet Valenza Posted: 12/21/2010 8:00AM

When your client becomes inspired to get a handle on her stuff, she tends to start with a physical storage space.


Who Are These ACSP Guys?

By Jeff Klein Posted: 12/08/2010 11:29AM

ACSP was initiated as a result of a board meeting of the National Closet Group (NCG) in June 2005. CLOSETS magazine had held its first CLOSETS Conference & Expo in Dallas the previous March, and the response from the industry was overwhelming. Eight of 10 guest speakers were NCG members; the 400+ people attending were glued to their seats for six hours.


Reasons Builders Should Feature Custom Closet Organizers

By Tabitha Kokoska Posted: 11/30/2010 2:22PM

Offering custom closet organizers in a new home, as a standard or as an upgraded feature, not only helps differentiate a builder from its competition, but demonstrates the builder is consumer conscious.


30 Seconds to Get You More Business

By Denise Butchko Posted: 11/09/2010 2:11PM

Using social media tools effectively is the 21st century equivalent of cultivating referrals.


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