When last we touched on my obsession with shoes and a too small closet, I had coerced Seth into helping me install a second shelf for shoes. Catch up on that fun here. Clearly that was a step in the right direction, but far from finished.
A couple Saturday's ago, Seth had planned a day with at the cigar store and I seized my opportunity to finish updates to my closet.
I started by pulling everything (except some shoes) out of my closet...
From there, I popped in a way back hangy bar. To get the right distance from the back wall, I took a hanger and placed it on the wall, providing me with the amount of distance from the wall I would need to have enough space to hang things. Did that sentence even make sense?
In no time, I had my new hangy bars in. Now, I know what you're thinking, how is this gonna work? Two bars?! How will I get to the back bar? Strategery, my friends, that's how.
Just as an additional reference point, the old shelvy area/new hangy area, would be to the left of the closet. Not a great design, as it it totally inaccessible.
This project was actually completed a few weeks ago, and I am shocked, but pleased, to report that this area still looks like this. Good design is usable and allows for things to easily stay organized. WIN!