NEWS – Just like a Murphy bed, the Ori Pocket Closet is designed to fit a lot of functionality into a small space. Ori says their “Pocket Closet is the walk-in closet you’ve always wanted, but never had the room for. The first-ever standalone walk-in closet instantly multiplies storage capacity in nearly any space.” Look closely in the above image and you’ll see a bar between the two sections of hanging space. The leftmost section has a square button on it, which triggers that section to move along the bar and close against the other hanging section.
You’ll need at least 9 feet x 9 feet of open wall and floor space and at least 7 feet of unobstructed height to install an Ori unit. The floor needs to be a hard, level surface, like hardwood, laminate, or polished concrete. Carpet is not recommended. Different configurations are available, so you can use the Pocket Closet as a closet, pantry, or a room divider with storage inside.
Right now, there’s a limited number of Pocket Closets in the Founder’s Edition in white with oak trim available for December shipping. If you order now, you can get free installation ($450 value), or you can assemble and install the flat-packed structure yourself. Prices for the Founder’s Edition begin at $2650.00. You can also pre-order the Pocket Closet in oak or walnut, also with free installation if you order now. Prices for these units begin at $2950 and require a $250 deposit for pre-order.
Learn more about how the Pocket Closet can transform your space at the Ori website.
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I’ve always wanted bookshelves that do this, like they have in some library stacks.
This is brilliant.
I don’t like the orientation of the clothes hanging though so perhaps the rods extend outwards to allow side access to clothes.
There are two types of people. Those who fold (the philistines) and those who hang. I prefer to hang all my clothes.
This is a beautiful idea for a walk-in closet. I would mount a full length mirror (led strip or fluorescent tube too?) on the wall so that it appears when closest is opened.