“i needed some more closet space but i also need storage for boxes and papers. i bought the wardrobe and some sides of another cabinet in the as-is, and some standard hardware pieces, and put it all together.
one side has part of the clothes rail (cut to fit with a pipe cutter), and the other has shelves (also wood from the as-is).
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