To get the most out of my wardrobe, I need to have my clothes displayed in a way in which it’s easy to see what’s what- if it’s out of sight, it’s definitely out of mind. Living in a small condo with limited closet options meant a) purging a lot of stuff and b) getting creative with storage options.
Our bedroom closet is small and poorly designed, which left us looking for alternate storage options: i.e a dresser and a garment rack. After destroying a few with the weight of our clothing, I decided it was time to look into designing a more permanent solution.
What You’ll Need
In terms of building it, I don’t think it was terribly difficult- but I also didn’t do much.
- Isolate the studs in the wall and mark them
- Measure and mark the desired height for the shelves
- Set up the top floating shelf first, then the lower one
- Install the 3 rod brackets underneath the second shelf (where the studs are) and fix into shelf
- Insert the rod and re-organize hangers and clothing