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Plumbing strap, wire or chain from the ceiling to support it in the middle. Closet rod bracket from the wall to support it in the middle. Lighter clothing or less clothing hung on it. Drill holes through the wall and use a section of iron pipe long enough to fit all the way through the walls as a closet rod. Move to the moon - lower gravity, less stress on ...
You might try installing 3 - 32" sliding doors in the opening. This should allow approx. 1" overlap for guides. 2 doors would hang on the rear track with the center door on the front track. Simple plastic guides aligned to allow the center door to use both guides at the point of overlap travelling from jamb to jamb. A more involved (optional) guide ...
If the switch for closet 1 is inside closet 1, you could run wiremold from the light to the switch and add a red wire that will make the whole thing straightforward, I think you'll be able to accomplish it without switching neutral or anything out of the ordinary. This will involve extending the box for the switch and the light with a wiremold box ...
Yes, you have connected the two switches in series. Just move the black wire that runs to closet 2 from the switched side of switch 1 to the hot side of switch 1. It is a violation of the National Electrical Code to switch the neutral. 😞
It looks like your closet is around 6' across and perhaps 12' tall. With that narrow a space, how about having the ladder lean diagonally across the front of the shelves (e.g. top-left to bottom-right in your picture)? You could have a hanger or ledger board across the wall to the left of the shelves, with the top of the ladder hooked over the board and ...
Kits are available for constructing sliding ladders; I plan to set ip one or two in my library. Try a good woodworking supply house. Don't expect it to be cheap, but a few hundred should do it.
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