Yay, I am so excited to be sharing my big dream master closet reveal with you today!!! SOOOO excited!!!!!! This project has been a long time in the works, and while it didn’t take too long to complete, it was a totally different project than I had originally planned on tackling at the time. So let’s dig right into the before and after shots and I’ll break down some of our choices and how we accomplished the look we were hoping for.
The before shots just make me cringe. I’m not going to lie…there are some pictures that I really debated sharing with you…but I always want to keep it real. And this is definitely real.
And in case you missed it, here was my quick “artist rendering” (hahaha, I am so not anywhere near artistic when it comes to drawing!) showing what I was hoping my closet would look like.
Now, a few weeks later, here is the finished product!!!
You can see the granite that I teased a couple weeks ago is now the top to a bench.
I’ll share the details on that project next week.
And the jewelry cloche that I posted a tutorial on is proudly displayed on “my side” of the closet.
I wanted lots of room for storage, but also wanted to be able to cover it quickly if it ever became messy.
After my laundry room makeover, I was for sure sold on the curtain thing. It was the perfect solution in our closet as well. And the floor to ceiling look gives it a dramatic flair.
Speaking of drama, did you see that light fixture?!?! I can’t even, I am just so in love with it!
The way that the light is reflected throughout the room just makes my heart go pitter patter.
Or how about the corner shelves where I can display and store my purses? LOVE!
I even added some tap lights so that I can illuminate them and have them look even prettier. Swoon.
One of my favorite things about this space is that I still have plenty of areas to add decor to. So while it has lots of storage space, it also feels like “us” with our personal touches added.
My favorite piece is that beaten up vintage Dr Pepper can. It was the one can that hung on to our getaway car that we took up into the mountains for our honeymoon thirteen years ago.
What we realized was that we kind of made this design up as we went. We winged it, we changed our thought process multiple times and it ended up being the best way we could have approached it. There were multiple times throughout the process that we realized that if we hadn’t been flexible with our plans we would have been left in tears. We had to build a couple of “walls” to support curtain rods, the bench is completely different than what I had envisioned and I couldn’t be happier. Now I feel like this closet fits the home and truly is the dream master closet that I have been craving for so long.
Overall, we spent just under $500 for the makeover. That includes the light fixture, mirror, rug, curtains, wood, screws, plastic bins, etc. So, I’m dying to hear what you think about it! Let me know by leaving a comment below, shooting me an email or hitting me up on Facebook.