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Your 2020 Organization Inspiration Starts Here

Find ideas for the ultimate closet makeover at The Container Store Custom Closets, a new-to-Dallas retail concept.
By D Partner Studio |
The Container Store has long been known as the place to go when you want to organize anything and maximize space in your home, from kitchen drawers and wrapping paper storage to shelving and beyond. It’s also the place to go when you are ready to “finally do something about that closet.”

Revamped Store, New Location

The Container Store is opening its first Dallas location of The Container Store Custom Closets on Wednesday, December 18. This is more of a reopening of sorts, as it replaces The Container Store that was situated directly across from Galleria Dallas on Alpha Road.

Find inspirational displays of all four closet lines, Elfa Classic, Elfa Décor, Avera and Laren, that showcase opportunities for every size, style, and budget. It will still offer a selection of products found at traditional TCS retail stores; however, it will be a more curated assortment complimentary to custom spaces you can design.

Design Your Dream Storage Solutions

If you have space design aspirations, The Container Store Custom Closets can meet them. The new store is an elevated design destination with 50 visual displays covering every area of the home.

“The Container Store Custom Closets store goes beyond clothing closets: you’ll find solutions for the living area, kids’ rooms, mudroom, entryway, craft/hobby rooms, and even two-car garages.”

Brian Morrison, vice president of visual merchandising at The Container Store

Find options for your pantry, garage, office, laundry room, and more, along with a selection of complementary organization products. Stop in and work with a closet designer who will make the process seamless, from discussing your needs to planning your new storage solutions.

The Container Store Custom Closets will accommodate more customer appointments per day than its retail counterparts. And just like all the other Dallas-Fort Worth locations, The Container Store Custom Closets will offer free in-home design, making it easy to tackle your closet project from the comfort of your own home if you choose.

For those working with an interior designer, the new store is a destination for both designers and homeowners to collaborate and work through the custom closet process on site. Industry professionals, like designers and trade members, are welcomed with workstations and a full design center (plus complimentary design services). Designers and clients alike can feel confident in the expertise of the store staff, always on hand, for seamless planning and installation experience.

“The design of the store is elevated yet accessible, serving as a true design resource that allows customers to talk through their projects and visualize specific aspects of the design while having easy access to shop for key organization products,” says Val Richardson, vice president of real estate for The Container Store.

New Year’s Sale!

The Container Store and The Container Store Custom Closets’ annual Elfa Sale kicks off December 18 and runs through February 25. Two of The Container Store Custom Closets lines, Elfa Classic and Elfa Décor, will be 30% off, meaning now is the time to get inspiration by visiting the new Custom Closets store and experiencing the possibilities of a custom space for a fresh start to the new year. Pro tip: visit the grand opening event on December 28-29; the first 100 customers will receive a gift, inclusive of a gift card valued up to $500 each day. The Container Store Custom Closets is located at 13710 Dallas Parkway, Suite B, Dallas, TX 75240.

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