Organization Idea: wrapping paper storage utilizing angled closet floor space!

What do to with angled closet floor space?

This may be specific to our home and isn’t all that common. It’s the first house I’ve ever lived in with a closet with no floor. So in the event that you happen to have this annoying waste of space in your closet too, I’m sharing  easy this idea for creating an organized space for wrapping paper storage. Finally…a purpose! 

Organization Idea: wrapping paper storage utilizing angled closet floor space!

It’s in one of our guest rooms. See the closet turned craft space here. I love that it’s handy and organized. I love that my rolls of wrapping paper aren’t crinkled and torn or scattered around the house forgotten. 

I removed the rod for hanging clothes and added shelves for storage earlier this year but the angled floor from the staircase to the basement below is annoying. Here’s what I did: 

Organization Idea: wrapping paper storage utilizing angled closet floor space!

I placed the rod I removed below. It’s just sitting there to support my rolls of wrapping paper. Brilliant, right? No rod? How about a piece of scrap wood? PVC pipe? A broken broom handle? And actually, I don’t really even need a support since the door frame could hold in my rolls of wrapping paper. 

Organization Idea: wrapping paper storage utilizing angled closet floor space! Organization Idea: wrapping paper storage utilizing angled closet floor space! Organization Idea: wrapping paper storage utilizing angled closet floor space!

Okay, so not saving the world or anything but it is a happy little space-saving idea! Am I the only one with this sort of closet floor or does your home possess the same awkward space? 

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