Custom Closet

Ed's client had more shoes than would fit on standard racks in a typical closet.  She asked Ed to build-in shelves to hold folded clothes, and trolleys to hold her shoes. 

As is typical, the closet door opening was smaller than the width of the closet.  Most pre-fab solutions solve this problem by splitting the shelves.  The client wanted solid-board shelves, and she wanted the shoe trolleys to take the full width of the closet. Here's what he built.

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The closet - shelf and rod removed, ready to be remodeled


Shelves installed in the closet; supports on the ends and along the length to prevent warping.

The trolleys roll and can be completely removed from the closet.