Birch elfa dÃ©cor Fascia
Your staff is great on designing shelving and drawers for spaces, and your computer program makes everything look great on screen and in print. However, the customer has no idea that your fascia will not cover shelves unless they are exactly 12", 18" or 24" in length. If shelving can and is cut to length to fit into closets, pantries, etc., then fascia should also be cut to fit as well, otherwise shelves look unfinished and amateurish.
Suggestion: Have pre-cut notches in the back of the fascia every inch that would enable your staff to cut each length to the specs created by your computer...and your program should tell your staff what length to cut the fascia to cover the non-standard shelves. Also, fascia should be cut flush, not rounded at ends, so that it looks like one continuous piece of fascia.
June 27, 2013
Made a great and fucntional closet beautiful
When I first installed our Elfa closets in the 2 bedrooms and the laundry room, I was finally able to fit all of my fiancÃ©'s clothes, shoes and there was still even a little space for my clothes. But after I invested in the fascia pieces and installed them it changed the whole look of our closets and totally took it up a notch. It looks fantastic and better than any custom closet system ive seen, so big kudos to the designers for adding this little extra touch of class!
April 26, 2013
Perfect Finishing Touch
The birch fascia adds visual appeal and a finished look. I am glad I opted to include it. It is worth it to have a closet that looks crisp and functions well.
February 22, 2013
Pricey but swanky
Even before I got it, I knew it would make the closet stand out, give it a lift if you will. Sure enough, when I put together my Elfa system just before installing the fascia, it looked good, but 'flat'. Once I installed the fascia, it just made the whole thing pop.
It's a bit expensive - just adding fascia increased the total cost my system by about 20-25%, but the flip side is a closet that I enjoy looking at it every day. And it's not flimsy - it's a solid piece of wood.
April 7, 2012