The room is approx 12'x14', standard ceiling height. The closet has the standard 2 sliding doors, but runs the full length of the 12' wall, but it's not a functional layout; cannot efficiently use the entire space.
The hallway closet cuts into the bedroom by the bedroom entrance and measures approx 2.3'x3'; this is on the opposite side of the room's closet wall.
There is one window (east side) which is opposite of the hallway closet cut in.
Primary goal: fix that inefficient closet space at the lowest cost!!
Bridget is 15 y.o. and a high school student. We need to open up the walls to the closet. One idea I had was to cut out one side to make a built in desk/bookcase wall.
The inside wall of the closet is under the roof so there is a sloped ceiling inside.
Also, I'd like to consider wood floors and tear out carpet (allergies).
***I look for a layout drawing and elevation view(s) in 1/4"=1'-0 (or 1/48) scale. However, I am open if you think any other format and scale will describe your design concept better, e.g. axonometric view, perspective, 3D view, etc.***
I do want to execute the project sooner than later if the cost is acceptable.