I have a 22.5 x 22 space in an addition that I am looking to split into two bedrooms. For various structural reasons, the space will be divided exactly in half, leaving just 11 feet of width per side. One of the rooms has a roof slope running along its long (22 ft) exterior wall, so I can probably eke out a little more width with recessed dormers. The other, however, is pretty well stuck at 11X22 feet. My feeling is that the rooms will look like boxcars. I would like to build walk-in closets along the short interior wall, leaving rooms that are about 11x15. The closets would allow most of the storage to be concealed, so that the furniture in the main room would be minimal, and the narrow width would be de-emphasized. My husband thinks it's better to have more space in the room itself, to counter the limited width. Thoughts? Thank you!