You can easily configure the number of shelves or baskets to fit your daughter’s storage needs. Use the ELVARLI Planner to get the most suitable configuration.
Option 2: KALLAX
Moving away from modular systems, you can also consider the KALLAX.
Katherine’s version features the KALLAX in the middle of the closet space. You can opt for 2 KALLAX facing each other. Place one on each hidden end of the closet and a clothes rail between them. Like so:
The KALLAX 1×4 is a bit short. For more vertical storage, you can stack two of them (if you have high ceilings) and secure them to each other and the wall. This will allow you to fix the clothes rail to one of the higher shelves.
It has a corner unit, if you really want to get into the corners. And IKEA offers so many bins and boxes you can use to organize your wardrobe.
Let us know what you end up using to maximize the space in your reach-in closets.
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