So proud of my hubby who put it together for me. I did the drawings on Auto Cad first and then Josh did all the cuts and put it all together. And I must say I love it. We had been trying to figure out the best way to get some storage in the hallway and we didn’t really want to put in a big bulky cabinet since our hallway was already so small. So an open solution was the perfect thing to allow some air and the feeling of some more space in the hallway.
The wall was not a straight wall but had a notch in it between what is the old part and an addition. This was somewhat of a problem until we thought of the idea of making the shoe shelf in two parts, one big one for us and a smaller one for Olivia. She loves playing with her shoes and putting them away inn the shoe shelf. She has a bit of a shoe fetish that girl. She is not quite tall enough to reach the hooks for her jackets yet. But give her a few months and shell have that down as well.
One thing i regret is doing the clothing rod straight across like this. When all our jackets are up it takes up a lot of space so I will keep my eyes open for some rods that can hang out from the wall instead. We can fit two of those and that way still be able to hang the same amount of jackets. I will be adding a few baskets for the top to store rain pants and winter gear in. But so far I am real happy with the amount of storage this gives us. Thanks again Benita for the great idea.