EasyClosets in the Media
DIY Network® Blog Cabin®
EasyClosets is proud to be the exclusive home organization sponsor of the DIY Network Blog Cabin®. Along the lakeside in Winter Haven, Florida, this historic 1920’s home, located on a 5-acre waterfront estate, is a one-of-a-kind luxury retreat. The spectacular transformation included EasyClosets custom organization systems in the master bedroom, kitchen pantry, and laundry room, adding beauty and functionality to this truly unique private oasis. See the Cabin
Inside This Old House
We enjoyed introducing our custom closet systems to Norm Abrahams and Kevin O’Connor of “Inside This Old House”.
Bravo’s “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy”
Host Carson Kressley outlines the custom closet we tailored to the special needs of Keith, a veteran of the Iraq War.
Mission Organization on HGTV
Watch host Gail O’Neill and Easyclosets help a family organize their out of control laundry room, coat closet, and pantry.
Habitat for Humanity
DIY Home Transformations
EasyClosets teamed with host Michael Ray Wisely to create the perfect home environment for Brian Taylor’s physical therapy to recover from the injuries he suffered in a skiing accident.
Live with Regis and Kelly
With the help of EasyClosets, Regis and Kelly gave a very special Grandmother the closet of her dreams for Mother’s Day.
Ask This Old House
Watch Jennifer, a lucky California homeowner who received assistance from show host Tom Silva, install her new garage system from EasyClosets.
ABC's Extreme Makeover - Home Edition
Here's just a few of our clips from ABC's Extreme Makeover Home Edition. EasyClosets was proud to contribute to several projects helping families.
The Rachel Ray Show
With a huge amount of help from Easylosets, Rachel’s resident designer Kristan Cunningham surprised her with a glamorous dressing room renovation!
Open House NYC to the Rescue
Host George Oliphant was able to truly "rescue" Ilyssa's out of control laundry room using custom shelving and baskets from EasyClosets.
Good Housekeeping 2008 Green House Project
Kennedy Green House