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Old 10-16-2011, 07:20 PM   #1
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We love the closets beside the bed in our 21OUDS but they were so deep things got "lost"in the back. My very handy husband, cut off the mirrored doors, added a pullout drawer in the bottom with a new drawer face and pull and remounted the mirror. Now, the drawers pull out all the way making a wonderful place to store shoes and none of them get lost in the back.
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Old 10-17-2011, 07:00 AM   #2
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You gals and your shoes
sounds like a good mod
I just cleaned out our clothes for the winter and there where at least a 12 pair of my wifes shoes,boots sneakers in there.(not including several pair of flip flops)
I only keep 1 extra pair of sneakers 1 pair of flip flops,water shoes and 1 pair of hiking boots in the camper
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Old 10-17-2011, 05:50 PM   #3
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Yes, I do like choices in shoes!! The new drawers look like they came with the camper. My husband also added two pull out drawers to the very deep "pantry" cabinet. They also were deep and I couldn't see what canned goods were in the back! Really helps.
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Good idea with those drawers, In ours what I did was above the rod where you would hang your clothes and coats I thougt too there was to much wasted space, I went to the hardware store got some wire metal shelving cut them to size and that is a great place to store socks and undies.
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Good idea with those drawers, In ours what I did was above the rod where you would hang your clothes and coats I thougt too there was to much wasted space, I went to the hardware store got some wire metal shelving cut them to size and that is a great place to store socks and undies.
I've been eyeing that space as well, hadn't thought about the wire shelving though. How did you attach it. One of the reasons (besides procastination) that I have done anything yet is I wasn't too sure about what type of fasteners to use that won't cause damage.
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I used wired shelving from rubbermaid, and I could buy the fastners that are screwed to the wall separtatley, and I bought all the matterials at our local hardware store, I'm sure home depot would have it as well.
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