Many older homes have bedrooms with tiny built-in closets — or no closets at all. They were constructed in an era before off-the-rack clothing was prevalent and people, especially children, owned fewer outfits. In order to update this type of bedroom to today's needs, A wardrobe style closet system was added against one wall of the bedroom. Eight cabinet doors conceal ample hanging space suitable for the needs of a young fashionista. An additional wardrobe closet flanks either side of the central hanging space units. Each wardrobe style closet holds enough drawers and shelving behind its closed doors that a traditional dresser was no longer needed. By eliminating the dresser, room was opened up to build a custom desk and window seat. One end of the L-shaped desk does double duty as a bedside table. Overhead cabinets provide storage for school supplies and books without taking up any floor space. The lovely window seat offeres storage cabinets below the sitting area without blocking any of the beautiful view out the window. Overall, this bedroom organization system provides an integrated closet and furniture system that packs a lot of storage into a small space without seeming crowded or compromising the charm of the vintage home.