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LLRinCO,

You wrote, We used http://www.easyclosets.com/ to buy components for our closet. I don't know if your odd layout will work but we were able to "build it" on the web site and look at each wall with the components and see how they fit together and how it lays out. It was easy to build once everything was shippd to us and worked out well.

I believe we already looked at easyclosets.com. We couldn't put anything together that really utilized the space with their online design tool. I suppose we might be able to use their products; but I'd have to go back and look at individual components manually.

BTW, the master closet is complex because it has 7 walls. Also only 2 walls face each other at a 90 degree angle and all but one are fairly short or interrupted by a door...

The following is a quick ASCII layout:

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Obviously that's not to scale. The closet also has only one long wall, if you don't count the one interrupted by the door. Obviously I could just install shelving (with clothes rods). I could probably hang that in an afternoon and just get Home Depot to rip the boards to size for me. But I'm not sure that is the most efficient use of space.

- Joel
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