Most of us believe that you get what you pay for.
Does that mean that the more you spend, the better your closet is?
When I meet with a client to consult on their closet design one comment I hear over and over: "I'm not really sure I can afford this."
My standard response: The important thing is to start the process with a functional design. One that addresses your needs for hanging, shelves, shoes, etc. within the space that you have available. The idea is to create a clutter-free storage system that allows you to keep your wardrobe organized and to find what you need easily. Adding "Bells and Whistles" does not add to the function, but may add significantly to the cost. If your budget allows and your preferences are for upgrades, then by all means build the closet to your reflect your vision. But there is no rule that says custom closets need to be expensive, just functional.
Use these tips to help manage the cost of your custom closet remodeling project.