Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by driveslowk, Jun 5, 2009.
wow, that's awesome thatoneguy, I wish i had that much space for mine !
this, plus a couple drawers in a dresser for knits, denim and boxers/socks and that's it.
do you like those pant hangers?
sure, they work fine as far as I'm concerned.
I really want to see something that blows my mind. They are all good closets but i want to see a mountain of clothes!
Electric blue Raf bolero sighted. I completely forgot he bought that thing.
How do you find the hanger wings on them? Are they minimal or still noticeable? I have really heavy knits that could use hanging because they just cause my sweater stacks to end up a mess.
the closet and changed into a standing work station. monitor is a bit close to my face bleh
Will be getting a high chair probably x]
have that mx518 too. great stuff.
yup. i have had mine for about 4 years and its still as good as new.
I see gettoasty clothes rack is plagued by the uniqlo down puffer like mine.
Nothing too fancy, but it's starting to come along. Hard to take pictures of because it's narrow - out of the picture to the right side, there's an identical wall of shelves behind the door (except there's a lot less clothes on the shelves).
In an effort to organize my ties, I just (literally, I'm doing it right now, I'm taking a break to post) began converting these shelves to tie shelves. Very easy DIY, just cut a board of painted pine to the correct size, space them about 2.5-3in apart to fit the ties, and attach them to the shelf walls. Got 2 rows done so far, 2 more to go.
Cool shoehorn my girlfriend got me, with that liquid gold (Saphir) in the back
More Shoes - missing their Allen Edmonds friend that I just sold on the B&S here
Awesome Daines and Hathaway tray my awesome girlfriend bought me (now that I think about it, she also bought me the pen holder....I should probably marry her already)
Next project is installing a belt hook somewhere. I also built a cedar shoe rack for my cleats and tennis shoes to air out on.
I finally got around to doing my closet space "Home Improvement" project. I forgot to take any "before" photos before I took the two huge sliding doors off. But I'm so sick of them.
This is a work in progress, few things left:
Ordering a set of ceiling mounted hospital rails and intend to hang a curtain from them. The two sliding doors are not being put back.
Have to take it all apart at some point in the future in order to repair the walls and repaint.
While apart, I intend to stain it.
My home is very small (and cheap) so I didn't want to put any real money into this. Total cost was ~$125 dollars so far and about 4 hours of my time to this point. You could probably do it for about $60 if you use construction grade wood and metal rods. I seriously considered some of the +$100 store bought packages but I didn't want particle board and I didn't need shelves. But I did need "something" in between in order to make two rows of rods.
Here is my part list (all from a popular home improvement store)
3x rod sockets (brushed nickle)
96" oak rod (cut in two pieces for the right side)
72" oak rod (for the left side)
1x12x8 pine (finish quality) for top shelf.
1x12x6 pine (finish quality) for vertical separator.
2x2x6 pine (finish quality) to serve as anchor point between vertical piece and backer.
1x4x6 pine (cheap!) to server as backer (attached to stud)
One of my primary concerns was not having my shirts cramped. This gave me a lot more room, and it'll look nicer when complete. I moved some of the extra items no longer there into storage. I know it's not "nice" but it's a solid improvement and I'm very happy with it.
Before photo (forgot to take one that had the sliding doors installed)
After, showing center column:
Epicness is coming...
My little walk in wardrobe
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