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Old 10-25-2012, 09:11 PM  
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When ever possible, work a post into wall, as the area around it is useless anyway.
I'm sure others will see thing differently, good luck.

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And just to keep some room available , you could use 3/4 inch finished or AC plywood for the outside walls.Keeps the walls thinner, no sheetrocking to do,and looks fine. Kind of like a piece of furnture is when it is built. Put in a few 2x4's on the inside where you need them and paint them the same color.
It's only a basement closet, hope this helps.
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