The pandemic has driven families and businesses to rethink their personal and business spaces. With a shortage of housing in most metropolitan communities across North America, it has driven remodeling and storage projects in existing housing through the roof. Designers are being tasked with repurposing current spaces and creating multi-functional spaces.
David Cutler, president The Closet Works, Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania, will share creative ways to create more function and storage as well as new business opportunities outside the home.
Cutler has been in the closet business since founding his company in early 1990. The Closet Works Inc. serves the Philadelphia five-county region, South and Central New Jersey, Manhattan, and Brooklyn. In addition to its direct sales activity, The Closet Works Inc. sells products through a network of more than 40 authorized dealers in 13 states.
The company’s product line has spread to many areas of the home beyond closets. Its organization solutions include walk-in and reach-in closets, garage systems, pantries, mudrooms, laundry rooms, and offices. The company also does craft and hobby rooms, wall units and entertainment centers, all manner of Murphy beds, custom furniture, and dental, medical, and institutional furniture.
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