Start with the bottom most shelf. The largest and heaviest items should go here. Do you have some large heavy books? Or a collection of large books? Or you could slide some really nice woven baskets onto the bottom shelf and have them hold your paperback stash. The point here is that the bottom shelf should have the weight.. both the visual weight and the actual weight. The items you place on this shelf don't necessarily have to be books. Maybe a large vase or urn... or a large globe.
Design your wardrobe according to your needs. That is if you wear clothes that are meant to be hung in then get more hanging space instead of shelves. Design it in a combination of drop rails, short drops, drawers and shelves. Analyze what suites you the most.
Never cover the clothes rails and shelves with doors of a walk-in wardrobe as they are smaller in size. If you have less space, then avoid having doors and keep them open but dust it regularly.
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