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John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany

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  • John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany
  • John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany
John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany

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Assembly
Unassembled
Brand
John Louis Home
Hardware
Satin Nickel
International Shipping
Canada
Material
Mahogany, Honey Maple
Shelf Depth
16 inches
Width (ft.)
10

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  • Fits up to 10-ft closet
  • 6 different shelves (excluding top storage space)
  • 3 hanging bars
  • One 6-foot adjustable shelf tower
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John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany
 
3.9

(based on 15 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

79%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive finish (9)
  • Functional (7)
  • Durable (6)
  • Attractive (5)
  • Deep drawers/shelves (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Master bedrooms (6)
  • Guest bedrooms (5)
  • Closet (3)
  • Kids bedrooms (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Midrange shopper (8), Homeowner (3)
    • Primary use:
    • Personal (9)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Very Satisfied with this product.

The design flexibility was great. The emphasis on CAREFUL measuring should be in red letters. Also, because walls are not flat and the fittings are designed to be tight, I'd like to see...Read complete review

The design flexibility was great. The emphasis on CAREFUL measuring should be in red letters. Also, because walls are not flat and the fittings are designed to be tight, I'd like to see verbage addressing that problem as well as including some thin, wooden shims to be added to the wall fixtures (in layers required). This would allow the fixtures to be exactly linear when the wall is not. I used a laser ruler to determine the curves and bows of the wall. Finally, as in everything "Read the instructions",especially the inch measurements.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Poor hardware, pulpy wood - but looks pretty nice otherwise

Allow me to say that while I am not completely furious with this product (as yet), I am incredibly disappointed and frustrated by it, and would not recommend it to anyone without at...Read complete review

Allow me to say that while I am not completely furious with this product (as yet), I am incredibly disappointed and frustrated by it, and would not recommend it to anyone without at least a couple of extremely important provisions being made, which, if you are so inclined, you can skip to the bottom to read.

Our project proficiency: My wife and I are both fairly handy - not carpenters to be sure, but we have managed to independently remodel a couple of kitchens, installed lighting and plumbing fixtures (toilets, sinks, disposals, etc.), and believe ourselves to be fairly capable around the house generally. We have a shared adventurous spirit when it comes to projects and do not generally mind a challenge.

Our experience and recommendations regarding using this shelving system are as follows.

The Pluses:
We received this set through the mail just fine - packaged quite nicely in a double box and parts contained in separate containers - quite organized and a good start to any project (kudos to the packaging design team!). The product itself looks quite nice - the wood, although extremely soft and scuff-able, is aesthetically pleasing. One cannot reasonably expect the highest-quality solid maple or oak wood to be used in product within this price category, but the wood is rather pulpy for my taste even with this understanding.

The Minuses:
First, the plastic anchors are brittle - all of the ones we tried (without exception) broke off halfway into the wall - which, you will no doubt find should you not heed our provisions (below), creates at least two rather large problems: 1) when the anchor breaks while being installed (and it WILL break), you have to use pliers to remove it, thereby leaving a quite large hole in your wall (or in our case, several). A sensible, patient person would say you receive around 60 of these anchors and you could just use another one, but they're all inclined to break 3/4 of the way in and once you've attempted it twice for the same anchoring position, the holes are too large to support the anchor. 2) When you come to your senses and throw the included plastic anchors into the garbage and run out and buy zinc anchors (.50 each - so an additional $30), you'll no doubt find they install into the wall quickly and easily and you, like my lovely bride and I, may be tempted to take a sigh of relief. Well, allow me suggest you not do that just yet.

Once you have the store-purchased zinc anchors installed, you'll be asked to use the provided screws - the heads of which are strongly inclined to literally snap off once they're in to the wall about 80% of the way, which again, causes at least two major problems: 1) because the screws have broken-off having been screwed in about 80% of the way, there's precious little area available to grasp with pliers to pull out or twist to unscrew; 2) you now have a quite powerful zinc anchor anchoring a headless screw into the wall, and the headless screw is partially anchoring the shelf mount to the wall (or, as in our case, two of the screws managed not to break during install, so our mount, which has three holes, is now firmly in place in two of three required holes, but the third hole now holds a broken, headless screw - making the mount impossible to remove from the wall because you have two screws successfully anchored and one broken-off; this makes the mount entirely useless, but stuck securely onto the wall).

Roughly four hours into the project we've gone to the store to buy zinc anchors (an additional $30), replaced their 'metal' screws (they seem to be some kind of soft aluminum alloy?) with our own steel screws, have five of the horizontal mounts semi-successfully installed (we had to 'McGuyver' them a little to make them work) and two vertical mounts installed 2/3 of the way into the wall (2/3 three screws work on both mounts - what a fiasco), which we are unable to remove OR use to attach the shelving to the wall (Cost? Priceless - perhaps a new drywall project because we may have to replace the panels, which now have several large holes and two mounts we can neither move nor use, and a lot of vertical and horizontal lines we were instructed to pencil onto the wall - which made sense at the time, but now are a cruel reminder of what could have (or should have) been).

I won't go so far as to say this is a product which should be avoided all together (although I didn't 'recommend' it), but I can offer you our two provisions for successfully navigating this product:

1) Immediately replace the brittle plastic anchors with zinc anchors and,
2) replace all of the screws they suggest you use with real steel screws

If you're religious, a quick prayer may be in order; we opted for a couple of beers and some frustrated laughter.

Reviewed by 15 customers

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2.0

Poor hardware, pulpy wood - but looks pretty nice otherwise

By Unhappy Customer

from Oregon

About Me Midrange Shopper

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Looks Nice Pre-install

Cons

  • Cheap Hardware
  • Poor Value
  • Somewhat Pulpy Soft Wood

Best Uses

  • A Great Reason To Drink

Comments about John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany:

Allow me to say that while I am not completely furious with this product (as yet), I am incredibly disappointed and frustrated by it, and would not recommend it to anyone without at least a couple of extremely important provisions being made, which, if you are so inclined, you can skip to the bottom to read.

Our project proficiency: My wife and I are both fairly handy - not carpenters to be sure, but we have managed to independently remodel a couple of kitchens, installed lighting and plumbing fixtures (toilets, sinks, disposals, etc.), and believe ourselves to be fairly capable around the house generally. We have a shared adventurous spirit when it comes to projects and do not generally mind a challenge.

Our experience and recommendations regarding using this shelving system are as follows.

The Pluses:
We received this set through the mail just fine - packaged quite nicely in a double box and parts contained in separate containers - quite organized and a good start to any project (kudos to the packaging design team!). The product itself looks quite nice - the wood, although extremely soft and scuff-able, is aesthetically pleasing. One cannot reasonably expect the highest-quality solid maple or oak wood to be used in product within this price category, but the wood is rather pulpy for my taste even with this understanding.

The Minuses:
First, the plastic anchors are brittle - all of the ones we tried (without exception) broke off halfway into the wall - which, you will no doubt find should you not heed our provisions (below), creates at least two rather large problems: 1) when the anchor breaks while being installed (and it WILL break), you have to use pliers to remove it, thereby leaving a quite large hole in your wall (or in our case, several). A sensible, patient person would say you receive around 60 of these anchors and you could just use another one, but they're all inclined to break 3/4 of the way in and once you've attempted it twice for the same anchoring position, the holes are too large to support the anchor. 2) When you come to your senses and throw the included plastic anchors into the garbage and run out and buy zinc anchors (.50 each - so an additional $30), you'll no doubt find they install into the wall quickly and easily and you, like my lovely bride and I, may be tempted to take a sigh of relief. Well, allow me suggest you not do that just yet.

Once you have the store-purchased zinc anchors installed, you'll be asked to use the provided screws - the heads of which are strongly inclined to literally snap off once they're in to the wall about 80% of the way, which again, causes at least two major problems: 1) because the screws have broken-off having been screwed in about 80% of the way, there's precious little area available to grasp with pliers to pull out or twist to unscrew; 2) you now have a quite powerful zinc anchor anchoring a headless screw into the wall, and the headless screw is partially anchoring the shelf mount to the wall (or, as in our case, two of the screws managed not to break during install, so our mount, which has three holes, is now firmly in place in two of three required holes, but the third hole now holds a broken, headless screw - making the mount impossible to remove from the wall because you have two screws successfully anchored and one broken-off; this makes the mount entirely useless, but stuck securely onto the wall).

Roughly four hours into the project we've gone to the store to buy zinc anchors (an additional $30), replaced their 'metal' screws (they seem to be some kind of soft aluminum alloy?) with our own steel screws, have five of the horizontal mounts semi-successfully installed (we had to 'McGuyver' them a little to make them work) and two vertical mounts installed 2/3 of the way into the wall (2/3 three screws work on both mounts - what a fiasco), which we are unable to remove OR use to attach the shelving to the wall (Cost? Priceless - perhaps a new drywall project because we may have to replace the panels, which now have several large holes and two mounts we can neither move nor use, and a lot of vertical and horizontal lines we were instructed to pencil onto the wall - which made sense at the time, but now are a cruel reminder of what could have (or should have) been).

I won't go so far as to say this is a product which should be avoided all together (although I didn't 'recommend' it), but I can offer you our two provisions for successfully navigating this product:

1) Immediately replace the brittle plastic anchors with zinc anchors and,
2) replace all of the screws they suggest you use with real steel screws

If you're religious, a quick prayer may be in order; we opted for a couple of beers and some frustrated laughter.

  • Primary use:
  • Personal
 
5.0

classy closet

By CR

from Naples

About Me Midrange Shopper

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Attractive Finish
  • Functional

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Guest Bedrooms

    Comments about John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany:

    I love the look of this system. Does not look cheap. Is sturdy, as well. Mine arrived damaged, with missing parts, but Hayneedle remedied the situation to my satisfaction. I would buy this again.

    • Primary use:
    • Personal
     
    3.0

    Overpriced product

    By Zoltan

    from GranadaHills,CA

    About Me High-end Shopper

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Attractive Finish

    Cons

    • Difficult Installation

    Best Uses

    • Master Bedrooms

    Comments about John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany:

    I found few place where was painting mistake. The metal elements are tight and scretched the wood panels. They needed to widen. The pictures in manual are very dark, it is hardly understandable what elements you have to use. Plus the description did not mention the element's identification letter. The manufacturer assumed that you have drywall and packed plastic anchore for drywall only. The metal holders has a simple hole, so you don't have room for adjust it.

     
    5.0

    Great system -- attractive, affordable, solid

    By Elle

    from WA

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Attractive Finish
    • Deep Drawers/Shelves
    • Durable
    • Functional

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany:

        After buying a home with inadequate closet space in the master, we looked for months for a solution that would work in an 8.5 foot by 22 inch alcove. Explored everything from Closetmaid's coated wire track installation system to having a local woodworker do a custom build for the space. We needed something that did not require a wall attachment on both ends and wanted something that we wouldn't mind looking at. This system far exceeded expectations. It is attractive and extremely solid if installed carefully and correctly. It does not require especially advanced installation skills, but the person doing the bulk of the installation work should be pretty solid on fundamentals, and as others have observed, one needs to be very careful with measuring, stud-finding, leveling, etc. All told, my S.O. invested about a day into installation and did need to request a second set of hands for a number of steps. The quality of the included plastic drywall anchors isn't great -- we managed to break a few, but the hardware kit includes many more than one is likely to need -- but everything else is honestly better than I expected it to be. Very pleased with the finished result.

        • Primary use:
        • Personal
         
        4.0

        Great design and look

        By Nicole

        from NORA SPRINGS,IA

        About Me Midrange Shopper

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Attractive Finish

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Kids Bedrooms

          Comments about John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany:

          Love the color of wood tone of this item and the versatility with arrangements.

          • Primary use:
          • Personal
           
          4.0

          Solid wood - hard to install

          By Roberta

          from CHESTNUT HILL,MA

          About Me Midrange Shopper

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Attractive Finish
          • Deep Drawers/Shelves
          • Durable
          • Functional

          Cons

          • Difficult To Move
          • Need A Deep Space

          Best Uses

          • Guest Bedrooms
          • Kids Bedrooms
          • Master Bedrooms
          • Need A Deep Space

          Comments about John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany:

          This is a really nice looking system. However, installation is not for the average homeowner. It is pretty confusing and very time consuming. Also note that there are no shelves for the tower included - you need to purchase shelves, drawers, etc for the tower separately.

          • Primary use:
          • Personal

          (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          LOVE THIS CLOSET SYSTEM!

          By Reen

          from Jax, Fl.

          About Me Midrange Shopper

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Attractive Finish
          • Deep Drawers/Shelves
          • Drawers hold tons
          • Durable
          • Functional
          • Lots of layout options
          • LOVE optional glass doors
          • Very high end look
          • Very thought out layouts

          Cons

          • None

          Best Uses

          • Guest Bedrooms
          • Kids Bedrooms
          • Master Bedrooms
          • Possibilities are endless

          Comments about John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany:

          I have a 5'4" x 9'3" closet. I purchased this deluxe system, added the glass doors to the tower and 2- 8" drawers and 2- 10" drawers and, am now adding a second hanging bar. My layout as you walk in is a double hang, the tower and then a second double hang. Oh my goodness, the storage I have now is quadrupled!!! This is a great system and very versatile with the fact the you can always add on. Love it!

          • Primary use:
          • Personal

          (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Good product

          By mac

          from Cape fair mo.

          About Me Midrange Shopper

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Attractive Finish
          • Functional

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Master Bedrooms

            Comments about John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany:

            Good product.

            • Primary use:
            • Personal

            (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Great Product

            By Chris the remodel nut

            from San Diego, Ca

            About Me Midrange Shopper

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Attractive Finish
            • Detailed Instructions
            • Functional
            • Great quality

            Cons

            • Diff Setup1days work

            Best Uses

            • Guest Bedrooms
            • Master Bedrooms

            Comments about John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany:

            *very tedious installation, but the results are great! there is nothing else on the market that I could find that matches this quality with the price.

            • Primary use:
            • Personal

            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Meets Expectations

            By Kbones

            from Huntington Beach, CA

            About Me Midrange Shopper

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Attractive Finish
            • Deep Drawers/Shelves
            • Durable
            • Functional

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Guest Bedrooms
              • Master Bedrooms

              Comments about John Louis Home Deluxe Closet System in Maple or Mahogany:

              The system looks great and as good as much more expensive closet systems. Fairly simple to install however, be very precised on your measurements for the shelf tower. If you're not right on it will cause problems. Aside from that we're very happy with it.

              • Primary use:
              • Personal

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