Since I don't use it for clothes, I decided to make it a bit more user friendly. This is what the inside looked like before I started my latest improvement on "The Homestead":
Ten days later after a trip to Menards, using my new jigsaw, some sanding, primering, painting, and drilling...
Shelf One: The black box is my beading supplies. Beneath that are two storage cases, one with scroll rods and the other with stitchy fabric. The container in front holds my small charts and small albums with photos of the projects I've stitched over the years. To the left are my Jammer cases with my floss on bobbins (You can see it better in the pic below).
Shelf Two: On the left is a container with more stitchy fabric. Beneath it is a container that holds my large charts. Next to it is my full size sewing machine.
On The Floor: Bin with my winter clothing. Against the wall is my electronic typewriter.
The best part of these shelves is that they're removeable in the event the closet needs to be used to hang clothes.