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High Altitude

Martha Stewart Living, January 2009

Hard-to-reach areas are a closet's no-man's-land. A spring-loaded pull-down rack, which you can install yourself, solves the problem. A light tug on a handle positioned in the center of the rod brings clothes to you.

Comments (17)

  • 10 Mar, 2012

    I love these rods but please do not limit yourself to the closet: one in the kitchen for drying herbs, hanging handwashed towels up, cookware that is rarely used,ect. One in the laundry room for anything you want to hang. One in the bathroom to hang up damp towels and other things! They great for hunting clothes and out of season clothes. In the mudroom they can hold all kinds of things from clothes to sports stuff ! I am only 5'1' and they work great. Use them in ur craftsewingroom Too!

  • 10 Mar, 2012

    In regards to Pull Down Shelves (aka/rev-a-shelf) can be found at Lowe's, www.build.com, www.rockler.com, plumbersurplus.com as per my google research. Check it out for the prices all vary and and few are also "currently" on sale.
    Good luck.
    P.S. I'm surprise Martha didn't have a Product Source Contact for this item.

  • 10 Mar, 2012

    I'm surprised there are no listings in the article for places to purchase the pull-down rack. I see by the previous comments that viewers have referenced 2 sites. Does anyone know if Lowes or Home Depot carry something iike this?

    I'm short, but would like to use all of my closet space, and I'm just about to try to remodel it.

    Thank you for any/all suggestions!

  • 10 Mar, 2012

    Please illustrate these tips in pictures to see how they work and also where to buy them (or the parts to build them).

  • 10 Mar, 2012

    Please illustrate these tips in pictures to see how they work and also where to buy them (or the parts to build them).

  • 10 Mar, 2012

    Please illustrate these tips in pictures to see how they work and also where to buy them (or the parts to build them).

  • 10 Mar, 2012

    Please illustrate these tips in pictures to see how they work and also where to buy them (or the parts to build them).

  • 10 Mar, 2012

    Please illustrate these tips in pictures to see how they work and also where to buy them (or the parts to build them).

  • 10 Mar, 2012

    I've been looking for something like this to install in an elderly women's closet. She has osteoporosis and can't reach her closet rods very well. Does anyone know: how difficult are these to move up and down?

  • 10 Mar, 2012

    It would have been nice to see a photo with the rack pulled down.

  • 23 Mar, 2009

    There are companies such as Hafele that sell them online. It seems to be a relatively expensive product, especially if you need to purchase several, as I must. If you are interested, Hafele's tol-free # is 1-800- 667-8721. Their website is http://www.kitchensource.com/laundry/ha-1128.htm (Copy and paste to your browser, then go to that site and see the details, best pictures, prices for various sizes, and even a PDF of the product's spec's and pictures you can enlarge.)

  • 23 Mar, 2009

    There are companies such as Hafele that sell them online. It seems to be a relatively expensive product, especially if you need to purchase several, as I must. If you are interested, Hafele's tol-free # is 1-800- 667-8721. Their website is http://www.kitchensource.com/laundry/ha-1128.htm (Copy and paste to your browser, then go to that site and see the details, best pictures, prices for various sizes, and even a PDF of the product's spec's and pictures you can enlarge.)

  • 23 Mar, 2009

    There are companies such as Hafele that sell them online. It seems to be a relatively expensive product, especially if you need to purchase several, as I must. If you are interested, Hafele's tol-free # is 1-800- 667-8721. Their website is http://www.kitchensource.com/laundry/ha-1128.htm (Copy and paste to your browser, then go to that site and see the details, best pictures, prices for various sizes, and even a PDF of the product's spec's and pictures you can enlarge.)

  • 23 Mar, 2009

    There are companies such as Hafele that sell them online. It seems to be a relatively expensive product, especially if you need to purchase several, as I must. If you are interested, Hafele's tol-free # is 1-800- 667-8721. Their website is http://www.kitchensource.com/laundry/ha-1128.htm (Copy and paste to your browser, then go to that site and see the details, best pictures, prices for various sizes, and even a PDF of the product's spec's and pictures you can enlarge.)

  • 22 Mar, 2009

    I see it is at the rigth side is very nice threre it is

  • 21 Mar, 2009

    Thanks for the links!

  • 21 Mar, 2009

    Alright people, here you go:

    http://www.sliderobes.com/pull-down-storage-rail.aspx

    Also, for better picture and prices:

    http://www.kitchensource.com/laundry/ha-1128.htm