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Modular Cedar Closet Kits (on the Cheap!) from Kentucky

Soot House Pegs with Coats by Anthony Esteves on Spruce Head in Maine, Photo by Greta Rybus

Having a cedar-lined closet built from scratch can be a costly undertaking. The next-best (and cheaper) idea: a modular closet system made from cedar.

Julie recently discovered Northern Kentucky Cedar, a sawmill and manufacturing plant that produces red cedar closet organizers and kits. Why red cedar? According to its website: “Aromatic red cedar is a non-endangered species of wood—its growth outpaces harvesting. It grows primarily in the eastern part of the United States. Its pleasant scent and a vibrant red color—left untreated will turn a silvery gray—have been traditionally used for cedar chests because of its natural ability to repel insects without harmful chemicals.”

Here are some of its well-priced offerings.

Northern Kentucky Cedar Closet Wall Kit
Above: Most of Northern Kentucky Cedar’s offerings are flat-packed for easy shipping. The closet kits are available in three sizes (6, 8, and 10 feet) and two shelf types (ventilated or solid). The Basic Ventilated 10-Inch Wall Kit, pictured, is $257.99.
Northern Kentucky Cedar Shoe Cubby
Above: The company also sells individual pieces, including shelves, rods, and this Deluxe Solid Shoe Cubby Closet Organizer; $176.78.
Northern Kentucky Cedar Shoe Rack
Above: The Cedar 3-Tier Shoe Rack is simple and has a vaguely Japanese feel; $38.34.
N.B.: Featured photograph courtesy of Greta Rybus, from The Soot House: Conjuring the Ghosts of Old New England on Spruce Head in Maine.

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