Birch elfa dÃ©cor Fascia
BEST BEST BEST closet system
Amazing how much more storage you get in same space
May 12, 2014
Added the finishing touch
These fascia add a bit of expense to the overall shelf system but add an even higher look of quality to what is already a high-quality system. The fascia install quickly, just overlap them over the front of the shelf and slide two small plastic stays in behind the shelf to lock in place (one hint: if you're going to add the translucent shelf liners do it before you add the fascia and the liner will slip under and be held in place by the fascia). Great product!
February 26, 2012
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
Nice but needs work
This is an affordable way to make the closet shelves look nicer but there is so much more Container Store could do with these to make them better. First of all offer them in longer lengths. The closets I used these in have a section of 4feet long shelf/clothes rod and it would look nicer with one long piece instead of 2 short ones together. Second, there needs to be a way to cut them to fit shorter sections. If they can cut the wire shelf then why not be able to cut this part too?
March 7, 2014