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Old 06-09-2015, 08:20 PM   #1
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Just completed installing shelving in the closet next to the washroom. Removed the sliding coat hanger and used a couple of large pieces of cardboard to make a template
and cut melamine shelving to the correct size and installed with L brackets. This gives us three large shelves for clothing and what ever else needs storing.
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I'm considering doing the same thing. The hanging closet seems to be a waste of space. Not sure yet if I will use lidded plastic containers on the shelves or a simple drawer system.
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I do not think drawers would work due to the the angles of the space. If you want I can post the dimensions of the shelves. We can now pack enough clothes for 2 weeks with room to spare.
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I do not think drawers would work due to the the angles of the space. If you want I can post the dimensions of the shelves. We can now pack enough clothes for 2 weeks with room to spare.
Yes, one has to account for the slope of the side. Drawers would work, but each level would need a custom fit. The depth on our wardrobe is 21.5" at the bottom and 15" @ 32".
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