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mkguitar 08-31-2016 02:45 PM

PW Lexor closet- adding shelves
 
We don't really use the closet and it is really our pantry.
We didn't use the hangers, and our table tops(2) are stored in the garage- we use trays if not at a picnic table.
any jackets and stuff we just fold at put in the rear overheads- we have 1 each, with the 3rd for towels, sheets etc.



The lower carpeted panel has been flipped over and the ball runners attached to the plywood, the basket I had left over from kitchen remodel years ago.

(My water pump is under/ behind this panel so it's not screwed down)

The middle shelf was an extra Kraftmaid 24 x 24 from the remodel and cut to size ( closet was not square- we made a template from cardboard), held in place with 4 clips from our Kraftmaid cabinets- required 4 holes drilled. The finish matches well.
we may add a lip or a bar across- for cargo control.

the top shelf we just moved down about 4" after removing the hanging bar.

Pretty happy with the result- this will give us better use of the closet/pantry.

http://www.classbforum.com/attachmen...af42937cd4.jpg


http://www.classbforum.com/attachmen...aabfeb65a1.jpg

the only cash outlay was for the 2 ball slides under the basket- about $22

the cloth covered box top left is the back of the electrical for the head- I may see if I can alter this to give an outlet in the closet as well- the space is kinda wasted


mike

BBQ 08-31-2016 02:49 PM

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+1

:o

Bruceper 09-01-2016 12:23 AM

Fantastic. That's what I plan on doing to our closet after camping season is complete.

mkguitar 09-01-2016 06:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bruceper (Post 47647)
Fantastic. That's what I plan on doing to our closet ...

as above, make a template before cutting wood- our closet was not square.

Mike


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