I ripped out the cheap wire shelving and replaced it with  nice built in wood shelves and closet rods. Looks much better and gives us much more storage capacity.
when i first worked with wire sheLving <br>it was so Long ago <br>that it was onLy avaiLable wholesale . <br><br>i was hired by the creative cLoset company in Manhattan NYC , <br>just for a few days . <br><br>they wouLd purchase about 3 months worth of wire sheLving <br>from the manufacturer . <br><br>this wouLd come in on a 24 foot Long truck . <br><br>the reguLar instaLLers and the extra Labourers , such as myseLf , <br>would unLoad the Truck and 1st store the raw sheLving . <br><br>the next day we would cut the 12 foot long raw-stock <br>down to prescribed Lengths that they used for rapid instaLLation . <br><br>if needed , we worked a 3rd day to finish the cutting . <br><br>in NYC the wire sheLving was preferred due to the <br>ventiLation . <br><br>you did an exceLLent job for yourself . <br><br>come to my pLace and construct me a dark-room . <br><br>? or, <br>maybe, <br>you need a dark-room ? <br> <br>
Thanks for the kind words, I will say this closet came close to killing me. It moved from a pretty simple design to something much more &quot;constructed&quot;. So I'm taking a pass on your darkroom as I need a break from projects for a while ;-)<br><br>I suppose I could rent out the closet for Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest ;-)
then you better deck-epoxy the fLoor <br>in the manner of this rosewood fingerboard : <br><br>http://www.flickr.com/photos/sfitzstephens/187158838<br><br>it is waterproof , very scratch resistant , <br>you do not have to poLish it to gLass shine for a fLoor . <br><br>and wiLL withstand up to 4 Cajuns @ 1 time . <br><br>
The floors have 4 coats of oil based floor polyurethane as do the shelves (the parts that don't have white paint).

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