Thoughts on a too small closet
I'm buying a place in Manhattan. Those who have lived here know that means getting used to less space and inadequate closets. I'm buying in a new building with many virtues, but closet design is not one of them. The MBR closet is a "walk in" that is 64" deep and 47" wide (with a regular door on the 47" wall. Really. And there's no realistic way to expand or reorient it. I'm thinking about
- double hanging one of the 64" deep walls
- putting 3 stacked shoe cubes (12" deep, 24" wide, appx 30" high) in the back corner
- hanging rods or bags that will hold scarves and the like on the other long wall.
Am a crazy? Any better ideas?