Replace your closet doors with a colorful curtain to add a pop of color to your room! This also a great idea if you have an awkward enclave you want to use.
"Making a closet like this one is ridiculously easy. And you can customize it to fit all of your needs. We made most of the shelves adjustable, and positioned the rods to fit her dresses and shirts and pants."
Storage Solutions for Two When kids share a closet, strategic design can keep peace. The symmetrical layout in this closet gives each boy his own custom storage area, starting with a center tower of drawers and adjustable-shelf cubbies. Big, bold labels on foam-core board playfully designate ownership of each drawer. An equal amount of open nooks across the floor provide plenty of organization space for shoes. One shelf is accessible for each kid's folded clothes. The higher shelves store seasonal items and display mementos. Two levels of clothes rods on each side provide hanging storage that can be adjusted as the kids grow
take doors off closet, paint, create shelves, install counter for desk area (look at Menards or Lowe's or Fleet Farm for 'odd sized counters' for sale), maybe mirror part of the back wall for 'light purposes, install outlets for plug-in stuff, slide plastic 3 or 4 drawer bins under counter for storage of office/scrapbook/craft stuff...voila!
Closets. All of them. People will look, people will judge! Clean them out and leave empty space so it doesn't appear that the home is easily outgrown. Even if you don't have a fancy closet shelving system, group like items and arrange by color. It's pleasing to the eye. Everyone wants closets that looks like this. Show them it's possible in your house.
would need a space for longer areas, don't know what website this is from... but this is what I want to do.