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beachmom561

Our house was built in the 1800's. The closets are put where they fit. Mine in our bedroom is in the eaves so the back wall is angled on the top half. I had a vision and my husband figured it out and built it. Including using a flag brackett so I can have some long hanging and a space for a makeup table.

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sgb1351
Do not put jewelry in MBR...that’s just where theifs go first.
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lucygoodman

Just started the inventory (aghhhh!) and decided to photograph everything at the same time ! Is 53 pairs of shoes/boots normal? I think not. About to apply Marie Kondo method to halve it!

   

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