Asked by: Loyd Mollemann
asked in category: General Last Updated: 3rd April, 2020

Can you have a window in a closet?

To include a window in the closet design, you really need to have a walk in closet. If hanging space is in short supply and you absolutely must hang clothes near the window, a cabinet — with or without doors — can be constructed next to the window that includes a clothes rod.

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Herein, what is the smallest walk in closet?

Walk-in closets should be a minimum of 4 feet wide by 4 feet deep. With these minimum dimensions, the closet will accommodate shelves and hanging space on one side wall and the back wall.

Subsequently, question is, what is a good size master closet? Layout and Space Requirements A walk-in master closet should be a minimum of 7-by-10 feet, and preferably 100 sq. ft. for two users. That gives you space to line two or three walls with shelves, cubbies, and poles, and the elbow room to reach them easily.

Then, what is the average size walk in closet?

The standard width of a walk in closet can range from 5 to 12 feet or more. This maintains a 3-foot hallway into the closet, even after you store or hang items along the walls. The standard depth of a walk in closet can range from 5 feet (for a square room) to 17 feet (or more for a bonus-room-style closet).

Are walk in closets a waste of space?

"The American walk-in closet is an incredible waste of space. It is the biggest waste of space, but people like it," he says, "I'm all for storage, but it should be flexible.

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