The guest bedroom is always the last to receive love in my house. As long as the sheets are clean and the bed is made I'm pretty much good with that room.
After knowing that the closet was built wrong for the past three years I finally decided to fix it.
The best part is that I can reuse all of the pieces that are already in the closet so there is very little to purchase.
So you will see in the photos that my closet was not put together correctly. I have yet to figure out what anyone was thinking while building this closet...I'm guessing it was an inside joke with the contractor.
The doors to my closet are great. Double doors for lots of access to the closet. The shelf is up high enough to allow for two rods to hang clothing.
They left one rod by itself which is great for coats or garment bags.
This is were things went terribly wrong: The builder put the single rod at the opening of the double door. The double rod is behind a wall...yep behind a wall. So....It seems to me that I would be better off with double the amount of hanging space in an area I can get to. Call me funny that way.
I came up with a simple flip and fix. Literally flip and fix.
I guess for a 30 minute fix it's not the end of the world but still something that didn't need to be fixed if it would have been done right the first time. I also can't complain that the only thing I needed to buy was a $2.00 piece of wood.