nice 2300sf. I think the real issue is
the lack of closets. We have one tiny
closet that the kids dress clothes fit in, and another closet that hangers do
not actually fit in – and no shelves either.
Obviously when our house was built (late 1800’s) people had no need for
thought to myself, where am I going to put all of these clothes? There were definitely some major
concerns. I knew that we had no closet
to speak of, and no bureaus to put the clothes in. I enlisted the help of my handy husband to
make us a closet.
past as a duplex; which means we have an upstairs entryway that is a good size
for a walk in closet. It really is about
utilizing the space that you have in order to make it work. Nothing will ever be perfect, so work with
what you have got. That has been our
motto since moving into this house!
(the kids clothes and my clothes) as well as put all the baby clothes away,
well at least the first six months of clothes!
like the Duggars, however, this seems to be working for us really well right
now. Now, I am not sure how organized
this will stay, but it is amazing to have a little more space available to us
for storing things that we need, while also still having it out of the way and
challenges when it comes to organizing clothes?
Do you live in an old house with very few closets? What solutions have
you come up with?