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No Room For Skeletons in This Closet

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My Closet Area

I’ve taken a few days off work to clean and rearrange our bedroom area.  I’ll talk about that in another post.

Today, I’m going to write about our closet areas.

Once again we are talking relativity with the closets. Some people feel they need a walk-in closet to fit all of their clothes.  Those people should not think about living small because most small houses would probably be the size of a large walk-in closet.  Other people might think that we have ample closet space that is actually too big for a small house.  I believe, like Goldilocks, that our closet space is just right.  

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Inside of my closet

This image shows the inside of my closet. It appears a little empty because it’s laundry day. : )  Well, here is another thing that I never noticed until I looked at this pic.  I wear A LOT of browns, dark greens and blacks. That’s a bonus activity for anyone wanting to change their wardrobe.  LOL

The top shelf:  I change out our curtains in the winter and summer. I use thicker curtains  in the winter to help insulate.  The off season curtains are stored here.

Second shelf:  I store my hoodies and light jackets here.

Third through fifth shelves: Sweaters, skirts, pants.

Sixth shelf: pajamas and evening wear

Shelves on the left:  shirts

The drawers hold my socks, scarves and summer clothes.

If I didn’t have a job outside our home, I would most likely have less clothing.  Since I need clothes for work, I need more space.

My side of the closet works well for me.  There are things that we could have done differently on Ron’s side, and I’ll talk about them in Part II.

Since this is Halloween, I am also going to include a glimpse of our storage dresser downstairs.  I’ll talk more about it in the next post.

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Until next time, live small and prosper,

~Susan

Me at Franklin Conservatory

 

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