Closet organization

DavidV Posted By DavidV, Nov 15, 2007 at 12:43 PM

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  1. DavidV

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    I do a little bit of woodworking and a whole lot of DIY aronund my house. I have a 6x7 walk in closet and want to make better use of the space in there. But I'm having trouble coming up with ideas. Anyone have examples of stuff they have done?
     
  2. velvetfoot

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    I put in those white wire things you buy at HD. It could be better.
     
  3. eba1225

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    David,

    Have to agree with Velvet on the wire shelves.
    I would recommend one section being multi-tiered for sweaters, shorts, etc., the items that can be folded. Another section to be dual-tiered for hangered shirts where two can be hung, one over the other. And a single-tiered section where you can hang pants full length from pants hangers.

    Also place a couple of hooks on the wall for daily use casual clothes like sweats and a flannel shirt.

    Erik
     
  4. velvetfoot

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    From my own lame experience, you don't need to go crazy with the braces-except if you're going to be putting wood on there or something. :)
    There's a certain style of support for the rod that doesn't impede hanger movement, which is nice.
     
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