Wardrobes are a luxury for most Hongkongers and, even when they do exist, are usually barely adequate. Designer Clifton Leung effectively doubled the space of the small walk-in closet in his own Mid-Levels home by ultilising the floor. His custom-designed series of three deep steps with lift-up plywood lids provides handy storage for shoes, bags and out-of-season clothes, while also giving access to the high, hard-to-reach shelving at the back of the closet. He added a foot-operated light switch to illuminate the closet right to its depths, and an LED strip on the first step for effect. Clifton says of his storage solution, which works well because it is so accessible.