Fashion · Life Style

How To Build Your Own Closet

If you know me than you know that I am nowhere close to being a handyman but I do know how to work my area at whatever tasks I am trying to accomplish. Last year around my birthday my closet broke and of course I was absolutely devastated.  The thought of doing measurements and buying heavy duty equipment to put in a new closet just exhausted me so instead I decided to search for other options.  Once I started my search for this new closet, I honestly wasn’t sure what I was looking for exactly.  I just knew that I needed something to hang all my clothes on.  I figured the best place to begin my search was Ikea.  At first I wasn’t exactly finding anything that I wanted and everything that I did like was out of my price range or too bulky to put in my room.  Towards the end of my search, I happen to come across a very unique set.  It was a closet that consisted of little small units that could be built into whatever type of closet of your desire.  I fell in love with this set instantly, especially since it was so affordable.  I ended up buying 12 different units.  I used 6 of those units to replace my closet that broke and used the other 6 units to create a closet that stands against a wall in my room.  The process to put these 2 closets together was very easy and it didn’t take long to do.  I was very satisfied with the end results.

Below you will find a few pictures of my work.

 



You can find these units by clicking on the links below:

Frame with 3 wire baskets

Frame with clothes rail, white

Small wire Baskets

Large wire baskets

I also wanted to mention that these units can be built to look like whatever you desire.  This design just worked best for my closet.  It’s kinda similar to those LEGO toys all the kids like to play with considering that you can build it to look like whatever you want!

Here are some other designs below:

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