Keep all of your dry and canned goods organized and easily accessible with a 100% custom pantry from Saint Louis Closet Co.! Keep your kitchen clutter to a minimum and maximize the space in your pantry.
The perfect pantry allows you to find items easily and get what you need without digging around in the dark. We believe in making pantries bright and modern, with spaces for dry goods, wine bottles, and more. Available pull-out racks include canned good racks, wine racks, baskets, basket rim shelves, and pull-out tray shelves.
If you’re tired of cluttered shelves, give one of our designers a call. We can create a solution that works for your busy lifestyle.
Build a cozy and inviting home theater or family space with our large selection of custom home entertainment centers. Saint Louis Closet Co.’s assortment of options for entertainment centers and wall units offer a huge variety of useful features like adjustable shelves, media cord management holes, glass windowed storage cabinets and more. Furnish your home theater with the best quality, most stylish and lowest price entertainment centers to accommodate all your media storage and entertainment needs.
At St. Louis Closet Co. even the smallest people need organization!! Nurseries are one of our most popular areas to organize and new parents find themselves overwhelmed with all the necessities of ‘babyhood.’ Everything from baby clothes, those tiny socks, diapers, blankets, books, toys and accessories all nurseries could use a free in-home consultation from Saint Louis Closet Co.’s expert designers!!
One of the best reasons to add custom closets to your child’s room or closet is the full adjustability. As your baby grows so does the St. Louis Closet Co. system, all shelving and rods are adjustable and drawers and baskets can be added or subtracted anytime along the way!! Triple hanging for those super cute baby clothes can be transformed into full length double hanging for adults with just a small adjustment.
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Saint Louis Closet Co. custom closets can save you up to 10 minutes each day looking for things—that’s over an hour a week!
Saint Louis Closet Co. custom closets can be as simple or elaborate as you wish—basic shelves and hanging to crown moldings, doors and drawers, pull-out rods and belt and tie racks.
Time Magazine listed the decade of the 2000’s as “The Decade of The Closet.”
Saint Louis Closet Co. custom closets can organize your children and help them put away their things—when children have an actual space or compartment to put toys, they will enjoy cleaning up.
According to a survey by Rubbermaid, more women said they wanted to organize their closets than said they wanted to lose weight.
Getting organized appears to lower stress and anxiety and increase your efficiency, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Saint Louis Closet Co. custom closets (along with granite countertops and beige carpet) are one of the top ten remodeling projects that will return the investment during the resale of your home.
Saint Louis Closet Co. offers free in-home design consultations to help you design the perfect custom closet for you, call 314-781-9000 or visit www.stlouisclosetco.com.
Custom closets systems that are floor-based, with the weight of the shelving supported by the floor allow for a safer installation, more adjustability and utilization of your space from floor to ceiling.
Customizing your closets can increase your hanging and shelving space by more than 50%!
Anyone would agree that good organizational skills are a fundamental qualification for starting your own business. And in 1991, Jennifer Quinn Williams did just that, opening the doors of Saint Louis Closet Co., the first locally – owned St. Louis closet company that installed custom organizing systems crafted to stand alone (floor-based) and fit the exact dimensions of a customer’s closet.
Saint Louis Closet Co. has grown from modest means. In her first semester of graduate school, while working part–time, Jennifer decided to do what she loved – organize and change people’s lives. Then, in October of 1991, she approached the Small Business Administration (SBA) to learn how to go about starting her own business.
That November, she decided to try her luck at a start–up loan. Jennifer’s tenacity paid off and she received a call from the loan officer that the SBA and the Bank had approved a loan for $35,000.
What about the additional $15,000 she needed? Jennifer just forged ahead; trusting that early sales of her new closet systems would bring in the balance of money necessary to stay in operation. They did. So, at the ripe old age of 25, Jennifer had not only graduated from Saint Louis University and begun graduate school, but she also had begun to set up and operate her own business. That rst year would realize $236,000 in sales, an amount that has been exceeded by over 2500% in 22 years.
Jennifer’s roots are tied to St. Louis having grown up in Kirkwood and graduating from Kirkwood High School in 1984. This hometown entrepreneur then went on to St. Louis University to earn a B.A. in Communications and Public Relations. “I really enjoy owning and operating my Business in St. Louis,” says Jennifer. “There’s a great feeling in knowing that you’re helping your community and providing your neighbors with a superior product at the same time.” “St. Louisans love to buy from locally-owned companies, not franchises.”
Jennifer’s hometown connection makes a difference, especially when it comes to the company’s charitable and civic endeavors. Jennifer’s list of involvements is already an impressive one. She’s donated to her local alma mater KHS, and Saint Louis Closet Co. has installed closets at The Magic House, Glendale Lutheran, St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Forsyth School, John Burroughs School, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Our Little Haven and Friends of Wings.
Jennifer is involved with and has supported Children’s Hospital, Fontbonne University, St. Louis University, Forsyth School, John Burroughs School, The Maplewood Betterment Foundation, The Kirkwood Public Library, Juvenile Diabetes, Aim High, Girls on the Run, Our Little Haven, Ready Readers, The Susan G. Koman Foundation and the The Leukemia Foundation to name a few.
When Jennifer started Saint Louis Closet Co. she knew the importance of surrounding herself with quality people. “Our company’s biggest strength,” notes Jennifer, “is that of customer service. All 40 of our employees strive for excellent customer service. They continually try to exceed our customer’s expectations.”
Jennifer is proud of the product Saint Louis Closet Co. offers. “We have a unique system,” comments Jennifer. “Where many other closet companies hang closet organizers on existing walls – a practice that is not as secure or as adjustable as our product, we provide a safe, floor–based closet system built of our laminated shelving that is totally adjustable from the floor to the ceiling,” says Jennifer. “You have the ability to adjust, add or subtract from your closet system at any time.” By offering a variety of laminate colors, Saint Louis Closet Co. is not just limited to the closet. Murphy Beds, Laundry Rooms, Playrooms, Lockers, Craft Centers, Garages, Pantries and Home Offices are all products offered by the company.
“Almost all closet installations take less than one day, and since we manufacture our own systems in our custom closet factory,” says Jennifer, “we can turn orders around quickly. This gives us an edge over our competition.” There are no pre-made parts or sizes, so Saint Louis Closet Co. closets are TRULY custom and cut to size for your closet.
All the closet systems are designed, manufactured, and sold out of her 30,000 square foot headquarters in Maplewood with its state– of–the–art machinery, which allows the company to make its own product 100% custom.
Tired of knotted up ribbons, crunched bows, and ripped wrapping paper? Has the scrapbooking craze got you tied in knots?
The solution is here — Saint Louis Closet Co. organized and custom-made wrapping paper centers with trays and slanted shelves for rolls of paper and baskets for ribbons; scrapbooking workrooms with drawers, shelves and surfaces big enough to cut and paste, file drawers and baskets to organize even the messiest of craft items all in custom designed storage systems that are built for your needs.
Every family wraps presents…from kid’s birthday party gifts to those thousands of holiday gifts each year, the need for storage space designed specifically for wrapping paper rolls, bows, spools of ribbons and even scissors and tape has become an issue for most homes.
Traditionally, extra supplies were either pitched due to the inability to store them or they were shoved in a closet somewhere, only later to be determined too squished and torn to use. A specifically designed area to store these type of items is the solution and can make these activities fun.
Similar to the crafting and wrapping needs, scrapbooking storage needs have become the desire for families who wish to save their photos and memories in creative ways using photos, die-cut shapes, stickers, clip art, cloth swatches, doilies, buttons and other creative embellishments. This renewed hobby has sparked an entire industry of supplies — hence the immediate need for storage solutions.
Once you realized there’s a place for everything in your home…then everything will find its place in your Saint Louis Closet Co. wrapping paper center, your craft center and your scrapbooking workroom!
Saint Louis Closet Co. offers free in-home design consultations for all areas of your home, including giftwrap centers, scrapbooking and craft workrooms. Call us at (314) 781-9000 or visit us online at www.stlouisclosetco.com.
Toys for Tots Kick off Breakfast, Tuesday November 17, from 7am – 10am
Come by Saint Louis Closet Co.’s showroom in Maplewood to see The Big 550 KTRS McGraw Milhaven and Kelly Jackson broadcast their show live and help us kick off our Toys for Tots Drive!
MISSION: The mission of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during November and December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in the community in which the campaign is conducted.
GOAL: The primary goal of Toys for Tots is to deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters that will assist them in becoming responsible, productive, patriotic citizens.
OBJECTIVES: The objectives of Toys for Tots are to help less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas; to play an active role in the development of one of our nation’s most valuable resources – our children; to unite all members of local communities in a common cause for three months each year during the annual toy collection and distribution campaign; and to contribute to better communities in the future.
We will have coffee, hot chocolate and bagels for all those who stop by.
Don’t forget to bring a new, unwrapped, toy to donate to Toys for Tots!
Webster – Kirkwood Times recognized Saint Louis Closet Co. in this week’s paper.
Kirkwood High School alum, Jennifer Quinn Williams, and her company, Saint Louis Closet Co., donated a new and organized Pioneer Pride School Store. The new store is located across the hall from the library and houses spirit wear, school supplies and miscellaneous Kirkwood High School gear. By having the larger and more organized space the school is able to carry more options for apparel.
Williams graduated from Kirkwood High in 1984 and was inducted into the school’s inaugural Hall of Fame in 2010. In 1997 Williams donated $10,000 to the Kirkwood High School journalism program and over $200,000 in custom shelving.
KHS School Spirit store was completed over the summer and was up and running by the first day of school. An additional island was added in September to aid with storage and a display. Click here to read full article Webster-Kirkwood Times Article