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As far as the organization goes, you can see that it is maintaining nicely! The only change is that all of his clothes have basically doubled in size. Oh! And we actually swapped the bottom shoe tray with a drawer we took out of our pantry cabinet (hoping to share more about that soon). We like that the drawer hides the shoes (yet they can still breathe), and that it can serve a different purpose all together down the road. You can read every last detail about his closet organization here.
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Valparaiso, Indiana, United States About Blog The Minimalist Woman blog began on Blogspot in January 2010 as a way to document her efforts at decluttering and simplifying her lifestyle. Meg's experience with decluttering brought about some surprising realizations and the blog's subject matter expanded to encompass thoughts on consumerism and its personal and cultural impact. Since Mar 2010 Blog minimalistwoman.com
Quick Tip: We taped a couple of pieces of paper together that were scaled to the exact width of the door that we had planned to build. Then we drew the top trim boards based on our measurements and "installed" the paper on the rail with the hardware. This was a GREAT way to visualize how the door would cover the closet door casing and also allowed us to confirm that the boards we were planning on using to trim the face of the door would line up nicely with the hanging hardware. I like to visualize things before completely committing whenever possible.

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States About Blog Hi I'm Abby Lawson. And I love creating beautiful, organized spaces & I help others do the same. On the blog, my passions manifest themselves in posts about organization and productivity and in practical, easy-to-follow decorating tips. Frequency 3 posts / month Since Jan 2013 Blog justagirlandherblog.com/cate..
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