Need Ideas for new house: Post pictures of your closet.

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  1. randomhero88

    randomhero88 Well-Known Member

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    My current house is dated to say the least. I'll be relocating down to Austin,TX in a couple weeks and I want to get some ideas for building out an extra room or adding to the walk-in closet.

    I found some older threads, but nothing within the past 6 months. If there is something else, please let me know.

    To contribute, I'll post a few of mine. It nothing special by any means, but that's why I need some new ideas.
    Cheap roll around clothes rack for dress shirts and dress pants:
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    Most of my ties and belts:
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    Most of my shoes (I'm working to improve on the quality before anyone makes a jab)
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    The actual closet is where I keep my suits:
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    I don't have a walk in closet, but I'll stick around to see what others have, to give me some ideas as well, I'm with you on this Bro!
     


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    The only idea I can give is probably start by designing and plan where you are going to put your things, like shoes are they gonna be on racks or on the shelves! And for your ties are they gonna be in drawers in cubbys or hanging, here are some threads you can quickly check that I posted up!

    http://www.styleforum.net/t/318291/where-do-you-guys-put-your-shoes

    http://www.styleforum.net/t/318292/tie-organizing

    You've got to have the ideas first, I'm pretty young and I'm trying to learn, I don't have a house yet, but once I do I'll start designing! Plus furniture for your closet, i think it'll be expensive unless you are a good at carpentry!
     


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    The only idea I can give is probably start by designing and plan where you are going to put your things, like shoes are they gonna be on racks or on the shelves! And for your ties are they gonna be in drawers in cubbys or hanging, here are some threads you can quickly check that I posted up!

    http://www.styleforum.net/t/318291/where-do-you-guys-put-your-shoes

    http://www.styleforum.net/t/318292/tie-organizing

    You've got to have the ideas first, I'm pretty young and I'm trying to learn, I don't have a house yet, but once I do I'll start designing! Plus furniture for your closet, i think it'll be expensive unless you are a good at carpentry!
     


  5. laughtr

    laughtr Active Member

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    The only idea I can give is probably start by designing and plan where you are going to put your things, like shoes are they gonna be on racks or on the shelves! And for your ties are they gonna be in drawers in cubbys or hanging, here are some threads you can quickly check that I posted up!

    http://www.styleforum.net/t/318291/where-do-you-guys-put-your-shoes

    http://www.styleforum.net/t/318292/tie-organizing

    You've got to have the ideas first, I'm pretty young and I'm trying to learn, I don't have a house yet, but once I do I'll start designing! Plus furniture for your closet, i think it'll be expensive unless you are a good at carpentry!
     


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