Louisiana Custom Closets Launches New Colors And Textures To Product Line

The Covington-based closet fabricators offer new selections in colors and textures for custom closets, pantries, laundry rooms, and garages. The firm now carries textured woodgrain by Arauco in several colors.

Covington LA, United States - October 21, 2019 / / —

Louisiana Custom Closets and Don Wise are pleased to announce the addition of new colors and textures to their product line. The company creates custom designs for closets, pantries, laundry rooms, and garages. They are now offering textured woodgrain by Arauco in a range of colors, including Pewter Pine, Seria, Outlandia, Seared, and Charred Oak, Licorice Groovz, Concrete Groovz, Sahalie Pine and Narvik Ash. The firm designs and installs custom shelving for closets, garages, pantries, and utility rooms. Their #1 priority is customer service and customer satisfaction. Experienced professional designers, installation crews, and office staff deliver world-class service to every installation, all at an extremely competitive price.

Louisiana Custom Closets is located in Covington, Louisiana, and serves all of SouthEast Louisiana and Mississippi, including New Orleans, Metairie, Kenner, Laplace, Baton Rouge, Houma, Hammond, Mandeville, Slidell, Gulfport, and Biloxi. The additional features and attention to detail make LCC the contractor of choice throughout their service area. Whether the customer is looking to remodel a closet or make the most out of a garage, Louisiana Custom Closets has the solution.

More details are available at https://www.louisianacustomclosets.com

At Louisiana Custom Closets, we aim to set you on a path of a clutter-free life without all that stress or anxiety.
According to Don Wise, “Our customized accessories are your first step to an organized life. Consider the benefits of belts and tie racks. You can preserve the integrity of your belts and ties with our durable yet gorgeous racks, and never struggle to get ready in the morning. Valet rods are perfect for hanging one or several items; they are offered in three exquisite finishes – chrome, satin, or oil-rubbed bronze. Jewelry trays or organizers complement your jewelry with elegance and style. Drawer dividers and baskets provide additional opportunities to store and organize a variety of items.”

"We can help you bring order to your home," he continued. "Louisiana Custom Closets has a long history and reputation for offering customized solutions for their clients' organizational needs. We use only the finest materials and workmanship for each of our accessories, yet somehow continue to offer our products at a competitive price."

Location and contact details are available at Louisiana Custom Closets

Contact Info:
Name: Don Wise
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Organization: Louisiana Custom Closets
Address: 13405 Seymour Meyers Blvd. Suite #24, Covington LA 70433
Phone: (985) 871-0810
Website: https://www.louisianacustomclosets.com

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