We are about halfway through a moderate project in our house – a master bedroom closet renovation. Originally, the master bedroom had no closet, but instead a little nursery-type room off to the side. In the 80’s my father-in-law renovated the home and put in a standard wall closet with bifold doors. Until last week, the little wall closet still existed and I just kept my clothes in the office closet. I finally got sick of going into my office to get my clothes, but more so, having my stuff in the office displaced the business supplies into the guestroom. We finally decided to take action and last week we shared in this post how we tore down the wall closet and decided to make the whole adjacent room into a walk in closet with a vanity. I’m in heaven.
Over the past week we’ve ripped out the wall that made the 80’s wall closet, we’ve repaired drywall and we’ve installed a closet organization system from The Container Store. I’m not going to lie, I’m the kind of person who enjoyed every single second of putting together the organization system. It was sheer bliss. I got myself a glass of red wine in the evenings and just organized my little heart out. There is space for everything! My clutches no longer get piled in a set of plastic drawers, my shoes are no longer in a boxes in my office shelving, and I’ll have a place to do my hair and make up without taking up residence in our single bathroom.
So, now our walls are repaired, we’ve painted everything a nice deep grey/brown – Martha Stewart’s Zinc from The Home Depot – and we’ve put our clothing in. It seems like the end, but it’s not at all. I’m just getting into the fun stuff. I still plan to make a light fixture for overhead, create a vanity space, add some art, put up some window treatments, include a little seating space, and replace the 80’s carpet both in there and in our master bedroom. So we’re only about half done.
We’re to the point where it’s user friendly, but could really use some decor. I’m proud of what we’re accomplished so far and I’m even more excited to just keep going in the direction of my dreams.
What do you think so far?