When we arrived on the design the homeowner had three wire shelves and a pole on all the interior walls. This made the isle space too narrow due to the hanging on both sides of the closet. Before the closet measured 26 square feet of shelving and 28 linear feet of hanging. We measured their wardrobe and discussed what they wanted to accomplish. They wanted to increase shelving space and keep the linear feet of hanging around the same number. In the design we double hung the back wall, figured in four shelf towers for shoes, folded clothes, and even added a bench. We also added in three drawers for socks, underwear, and one that had a jewelry tray insert. The new design came out to have 109 feet of shelving and kept the linear feet of hanging the same.
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