#305 - February 2008
A walk-in closet seems like it could swallow up any wardrobe with
ease. That means they fall far short of utilizing all of their space.
When it comes to organizing that closet, though, you usually have
two options — inexpensive but inelegant wire systems, or high-end,
high-dollar custom closets — unless you build your own closet
system like the one shown at left. It’s based on simple towers
that you outfit with shelves, drawers, and even a hamper. Just build
the number of towers you need, arrange them to suit your closet space,
and then connect them with closet rods to hold your hanging clothes.