California Closets has been serving the Kansas City area since 1988. We are passionate about creating unique, high-quality designs for your home. Our top-notch designers and expertly trained installers all work seamlessly together to fulfill your project needs. The design process is fully collaborative and starts with you, the customer, and all levels of our company maintain good communication throughout the entire process in order to give you everything you need and nothing that you don’t.
We think of you as neighbors first and customers second, and treat your homes with the same respect and caring that we have for our own. We are proud to work and live in this community and strive to be active participants in the culture. Many times a year, we engage in charitable events, including Special Olympics of Kansas.
We invite you to visit our showroom and begin dreaming of your ideal space. Our designers will work with you to envision a solution that fits your needs and is wholly unique to your home. Using their expertise and custom 3D imaging software, they are able to create your space and give you a virtual walk-through, enabling you to “see” your solution before it exists.
Our showroom is located at 13308 Metcalf Avenue, in the Deer Creek Woods Shopping Center, on the Northwest corner of 135th Street and Metcalf Avenue.
Thanks for taking the time to learn more about our terrific designers. We look forward to working with you.
- Mike Hathaway, California Closets Kansas City owner since 2007
Meet our team...
For me, organization is one of the keys to a happy life. A cluttered space leads to chaos, which is something we could all use less of on a daily basis. My goal is to create functional space that you will enjoy using for a long time. At California Closets, we collaborate with you on solutions that will inspire and rejuvenate you.
My passion for organizing began at a very young age. I have always enjoyed organizing anything I could get my hands on, including spices at the grocery store when I was in elementary school. I asked for my first closet organization system at the age of ten and still get teased for it by my siblings.