That looks good, nice detail.
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I recently revamped my closet. For a long time I had decided that I wasn't going to do it, because I'm living in a condo that I don't plan on staying in for more than a few years, but the bare wire shelving was driving me nuts. I do a little bit of woodworking on the side for fun, and I have dreams of eventually living in a house that has custom moulding and millwork in every room, especially in the closets. So I took some drawer bottom (very thin sanded plywood from home depot) and added an extra shoe shelf on one, then added moulding to the front edge and stain to all of it, and simply laid it on top of my pre-exhisting shelving. No mess, no fuss, completely removable without a trace, and only cost me $50...
Here is the "before" picture
and here is the "after"
I might eventually add some LED strips below each shelf edge. Ikea has very low profile designs for very cheap- I have sets installed under my kitchen cabinets...
Good idea, but although you can see your footwear clearly, it's hard to see how many clothes you have (hoarder/collector or minimalist??)
Very very minimalist. I own enough clothes to comfortably fill this closet and a dresser (when I say comfortably, I mean that they don't jam up or bunch to fit). If I buy a new piece, I get rid of an old piece, every time. There is always that one shirt that I'll only wear on laundry day, when there is nothing else left to wear- that shirt gets replaced the second I find a new shirt that I love.
My wife is sort of the opposite, I can't even look in her side of the closet because everything is packed in there so tightly. It can even give me anxiety, so I just close the door. She says "My closet would look like yours if I had more space for storage" but in my experience, this mindset is like saying "I'd be better at handling money if I just made more of it." In that it's a matter of learning to take care of a little before you can handle a lot, and it's easier to point at something outside of your control and claim that it's the solution to your problem, than to look at your own habits and priorities and just admit "I'm kind of messy" or "I don't have good spending habits" "eating habits" "work ethic" or whatever... For me, I'd be at the gym more if they added a few hours to the day. I type this right now as I have skipped the gym...