If you are like many homeowners, your closet is in serious need of organization. An untamed mess of clothes, shoes, and accessories may greet you each time you open your closet door. To organize your closet, you need the proper tools of organization: solid wood shelves faced in melamine or laminate, plus two generously long closet rods.
Adapting a Wood Closet System
For ease of installation and a truly professional look, a wood closet system forms the structural core of this newly organized closet.
To sidestep the issue of the closet’s two pocket doors meeting in the middle and blocking access, one L-shaped closet tower occupies either the right or left side and a straight tower next to it. Both towers have open shelves, though you may wish to spend a bit more and purchase towers with drawers.
Leading from the central tower to the other end of the closet are two closet rods, one above the other. The result is a sturdy, professional-looking DIY closet shelving system that is flexible enough to adapt to your needs in the future.
Source: The Spruce