How do I make best use of the deepest linen closet ever?
Above the stairwell in my condo I have a linen closet that is 3' deep with a doorway that is 15" x 67" tall. The interior of the closet is a bit wider than this, but access is limited by the narrower opening for the door. What's the best way to make use of this deep storage space?
One of my thoughts was to purchase a Narrow 7-Runner Elfa Drawer Frame with mesh drawers and use that on the bottom of the closet and wooden shelves above that. I'd "lose out" on about a foot of storage space at the back of the closet with the Elfa using this method.
Another thought was to buy two cabinet-sized narrow 7-runner Elfa drawer frames (exactly the same as above, but not as deep) and place them back-to-back. Then I could slide front drawers out to get to back drawers. Again, I'd have wood shelves above the Elfa unts.
As for making best use of the deep wooden shelves, I'm at a loss there, too. Maybe pullout shelves? Still, I'd be losing about a foot of space with the deepest pullout shelves I've seen.
What other options can you think of for this interesting space?