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Holly Daley wrote:Nov 8, 2015
  • Holly Daley

    Thank you so much. I'll be contacting some cabinet makers and see if the thickness would be OK to use for sliding door panels that are on a roller system on top and a guide on the bottom. Have a great week! Thanks again. Holly Daley

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    Clever Closet Company
    Re welcome Holly, you have a great week too.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

sallyhart
Clever Closet Company added this to Design Your Closet for the Real WorldOct 15, 2015

Go for flexibility. The great thing about this closet is that the hanging rods insert into the same holes as the shelf supports, so you can switch them around as needed. In summer, you could use rods to hang blouses, and in winter swap in shelves to hold sweaters. Store the off-season gear out of the way on the top shelf.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

webuser_916198285
Marla Bratton added this to Upstairs bedroomsSep 24, 2018

This may be a good design for bedroom #2 closet

nancymolstad
Nancy Molstad added this to nancymolstad's IdeasJul 13, 2018

Instead of bi-fold doors, four small doors on hinges. Post in the middle? Works for me.

kirstiemcc
KirstMcc added this to CalebMay 3, 2018

David's side of the wardrobe Adapt to fit - more shelving? Or a bit more closet space

pamela_enders
pamela_enders added this to Wish ListMar 23, 2018

Go for flexibility. The great thing about this closet is that the hanging rods insert into the same holes as the shelf supports, so you can switch them around as needed. In summer, you could use rods to hang blouses, and in winter swap in shelves to hold sweaters. Store the off-season gear out of the way on the top shelf.

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