Two closets in a room

Hi friends. My son and my daughter's (6 and 10 years) rooms have two big size closets and they mostly only use one. So how can I use the other? What should I do with the other?
Pls suggest...TIA
Both are on one wall with two separate doors and sit on the front of the bed.
  6 answers
  • Nancy Nancy on Feb 02, 2016
    Put a desk in one and use as a little homework area for them
  • GrandmasHouseDIY GrandmasHouseDIY on Feb 02, 2016
    The desk and a little homework area is a great idea. With my step son's room (because he had an enormous closet) we added a shelf unit for his tv and his wii and all of his games. I rarely advocate for ever putting a tv in anyone's room (not my thing) but, so far, it has been working good with him, he doesn't play it often, just for an hour or two after his home work his finished (or so we're led to believe... lol) I'm rather jealous though because when I was a kid I would have given anything for such a great setup!
    • Pinky Pinky on Feb 02, 2016
      @Thank You GrandmasHouseDIY Thanks for your idea! looks do able .where did you get the desk etc from
  • MN Mom MN Mom on Feb 02, 2016
    Two closets? Lucky! I agree make one into a study nook and add a bookshelf .
  • Phil Phil on Feb 02, 2016
    100% agreed, A small study are would be a great idea. If the are into reading, I have seen where they turned the are in a ready room depending on the size with shelves and books
  • Moxie Moxie on Feb 02, 2016
    depending on the layout; you can build a bench with cushioned seat and soffit above with lights for storage inside bench and great reading nook with recessed shelves. I did this in a room and recreated a small hanging closet on one end and shelved closet on the other end; came out great.
  • Daw3000588 Daw3000588 on Feb 03, 2016
    Comfy chair and table with lamp for reading nook.
    • Pinky Pinky on Feb 03, 2016
      @Thank You Dawg1953.ds i am planning to make a reading nook near the window and book shelves on both the sides! you were reading my mind looks like .Thanks
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