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Old 05-08-2011, 11:53 AM   #1
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Since most of the owners have corner closets which do not contain right angle corners, I'm having trouble utilizing this space with square baskets. Has anyone found 1/2 or 1/4 round baskets that would fit better in the closets and fit flush with the edge and use the space more efficiently? Thanks
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I have a deep, narrow (14" wide x 22" deep) closet and have been using these metal mesh stackers that lock together. They're very sturdy. Since the ends are open, I can reach right through into the shelves. I bought them at Target, but there is a good selection of sizes and variety of shelves at the Container Store website.
The Container Store > White Mesh Stacking Shelves
Medium Mesh Stacking Shelf, 19-3/4" x 12" x 8-3/4" h
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Since most of the owners have corner closets which do not contain right angle corners, I'm having trouble utilizing this space with square baskets. Has anyone found 1/2 or 1/4 round baskets that would fit better in the closets and fit flush with the edge and use the space more efficiently? Thanks
These half round shelfs are held up by a single bracket on each shelf and all brackets mounted to the door frame.
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I'm trying to locate a basket that will slide into those shelfs and conform to the shape, so you can fill them with loose items.
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I'm not sure how big your space is, but I have a couple of nylon "trick or treat" baskets with interior wire frames that I use in my Trillium upper corners. They came from the Dollar Store and they sell them for Easter and Christmas baskets, too. They're flexible enough that they "fit" pretty well.

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