I bought my house as a derelict reposition 3 years ago. The build over ran by a few months, so I got everything but the eaves bedroom storage sorted, as I was under some pressure to get the builder to complete the rest before he scarpered. This obviously needed some carefull consideration so I thought it was better not to rush it and have to do it again. The house was built as three storeys and there is only one very large bedroom and en-suite upstairs (essentially these two encompass the whole floor-plan of the house). I've already decided to use sliding doors accross the whole eaves on both sides, which will give me draw/shelf space on one side and junk storage on the other (as theres another half gable end there so the space is quite deep in half of it, which means I can push boxes etc right down). The difficulty is where to put hanging storage :/. The run under the eaves is 5.5m, so I could put it a couple of meters there and the rest for shelves/draws. Coats obviously wouldnt fit, but I have storage in 3 other bedrooms for those. But I think it may get annoying having to stoop a bit to slide the rails out. The picture attached is the gable end. The door to the right is access, the smaller door to the left is access to the boiler/megaflo. I've already run HDMI/COAX/CAT 6 to that TV (audio goes to the ceiling speakers so thats fine). Which means it will be a pain to switch the bed to this end and the TV elsewhere (ripping floor up, notching joists, extending CAT 6, getting baluns, etc). I should have run to both gable ends as true to sods law, I did it the wrong way around. The bed could have fit in between the doors, and the other gable end has no obstructions/doors, so the whole length could have been fitted out I want to do something like this between the two doors, the shelving to fit above for display to it doesn't just look like an awkward box: http://www.kleiderhaus.co.uk/resources/Furniture/loft/Loft Wardrobe 1.jpg But I obviously have the complication of the TV and radiator. So I've been racking my brain and the best solution I can come up with is 900mm fixed stud on the right. Mount the TV and radiator on it, with some sort of fancy radiator in same dimensions as TV to give symmetry. 900mm wide sliding pocket doors on the left which go into that stud. I'd split them in half (IE one on top half of wardrobe, one on bottom, leaving me a channel for the TV wiring in between). I could then have a rail on the TOP and perhaps trouser rail on the bottom). But what do I do with the space behind the stud for the TV/radiator? Essentially thats half the wardrobe. Do I have some door on the right hand side of the wardrobe for access? Bit awkward to use if someone walks in while youre accessing it and smacks the door in your face . I don't think it will be feasible to mount the TV on a sliding door also. I cant find any swing out mechanism for a rail which would allow me to access the space behind the TV/radiator. I'm hoping a fresh perspective might help. Hopefully I havent confused everyone with my waffle, also I hope this is the right section, sorry if not mods.