Handyman installs drawer sliders in closet. The final product is beyond awesome

Building your own closet storage can be a rewarding and cost-effective way to customize and organize your space. By taking on the project yourself, you have the opportunity to design the layout and style of your closet to suit your specific needs and preferences. Additionally, building your own closet storage can save you money by eliminating the cost of hiring a professional. The following project by Brad Rodriguez proves exactly this.
Brad Rodriguez of FixThisBuildThat is the ultimate handyman. He fell in love with woodworking in 2002, according to his website, and has been following his passion ever since. In the following project, Rodriguez shows us how we can fix a messy, disorganized closet at a very affordable price. 
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The materials and supplies for this project include:
Tools
Tape measure
Miter saw
Random orbital sander
Cordless drill
4′ level
Materials/Supplies
(4) Large wood crates
(1) Half wood crate
(2) Small wood crates
(2) 8′ 1×4 pine furring strips
(3) 18″ full extension drawer slides
Chalkboard tags
1-5/8 wood screws
Wall anchors
Here's a before shot of what the closet looked like: 
Below is a photo slideshow of his project.
Rodriguez went ahead to mount drawer slides in his closet.
He also built the pallet storage boxes himself and spray painted them blue. 
Then, he simply installed these DIY pallet crates into his closet to achieve this beautiful final look:
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