I have a part of a wall in a room that is deeper than the rest of that wall and measures exactly 77.5 inches across and 9.4 inches deep (196.9 cm x 23.9 cm).
I would like to make that space a built in closet so that that "dead space" is made use of and the entire wall is perfectly flat rather than having a part that sticks in.
Realistically, is it feasible to build a built in closet in such a space? If so, how should I build it to ensure it has a similar proportion of shelves, drawers, and hangers as a regular closet?
For example, I know I would not be able to hang clothing perpendicular to the wall as is customary with most closets, but couldn't I have a rod protruding from the back to hang clothing parallel to the wall?
This would be a closet for 2 people in our guest room.
Is this feasible or not recommended?