I'm building a clothes closet in a master bedroom with sloped ceilings. The walls are 3', and the ceiling slopes up at a 45 degree angle. Because of space concerns I need to keep the closet depth to a minimum. But what would that be? The lower I put the closet rod, the farther back it can sit. So what would be considered a minimum appropriate height? And the minimum space to leave in front of the rod? I can figure out what would work for me, but I'd hate to find that my choices will make the house less sellable in the future. The room also has a walk-in closet, but it's inconveniently located; that means there's alternate storage for long dresses and things. What would a typical buyer consider appropriate?