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Which closet configuration?

Posted by graywings (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 18, 10 at 12:53

I am reconfiguring space to provide larger closets in two bedrooms. I've measured and played around with the space and have come down to two choices, ending up with either long narrow closets or square closets. Which would you prefer?

Bedroom A is on the left, and that's the bedroom being used. Bedroom B is a guest room. Each grid square is 3".

LONG NARROW CLOSETS:

Divided lenthwise

SQUARE CLOSETS:

Divided squares


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RE: Which closet configuration?

Personally I'd prefer the second configuration, because I like to look in a closet and be able to see everything in it in one shot. Of course my closets have always been so small that that's not been a problem.


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RE: Which closet configuration?

Thanks. The house may end up deciding for me. I need to figure out whether the wall on the left is load bearing, thereby making it more difficult to expand the doorway.


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