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ClosetMaid SuiteSymphony Tie and Belt Rack
$62.68
$145.00
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Product Information

Overview
  • Satin nickel finish
  • Provides full extension access to ties and belts
  • Easy to install hardware
  • Can be used alone or with Suite Symphony laminate closet and storage systems
  • Material: Laminate
Specifications
Dimensions
2.5W x 13D x 3H in.
Weight
1.875 lbs.
Material
Laminate
Delivery

The SuiteSymphony Collection

Product Overview

Overview
  • Satin nickel finish
  • Provides full extension access to ties and belts
  • Easy to install hardware
  • Can be used alone or with Suite Symphony laminate closet and storage systems
  • Material: Laminate
What's Included
Rack, Hardware
Description

The ClosetMaid SuiteSymphony Tie and Belt Rack can be used alone or as a complement to your SuiteSymphony laminate closet and storage system. Its powder coated steel design gives you full extension access to your ties, belts, and other accessories. Includes easy-to-use installation hardware.


About ClosetMaid

Founded in 1965 in Delray Beach, Florida, ClosetMaid was the first company to manufacture ventilated wire shelving for closets. By being the first on the scene and offering such incredible quality, ClosetMaid grew in size and by 1970 had moved to a new facility in Ocala, Florida where they continued to thrive and establish themselves as the worldwide leader in home storage. However, it didn't take long to turn their eye for efficiency toward other aspects of the home with a fine selection of innovative wire and laminate/wood storage systems designed for the kitchen, family room, laundry room, garage, and more.

Founded in 1965 in Delray Beach, Florida, ClosetMaid was the first company to manufacture ventilated wire shelving for closets. By being the first on the scene and offering such incredible quality, ClosetMaid grew in size and by 1970 had moved to a new facility in Ocala, Florida where they continued to thrive and establish themselves as the worldwide leader in home storage. However, it didn't take long to turn their eye for efficiency toward other aspects of the home with a fine selection of innovative wire and laminate/wood storage systems designed for the kitchen, family room, laundry room, garage, and more.

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