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Before and After Master Closet Makeover

21 September 2010


Ronda over at Batchelor's Way has been working on projects in her house that I have loved abd featured in the past.  This Master bedroom closet makeover of hers is one of those must see projects.  I love the his and hers signs especially!  Look how great the space looks now!:

We are finally done with our master CLOSET!! And I'm in LOOOOVE!!!  Here is the after of my side.
And the Before
The before of the middle
And the after.  (This is looking straight into the closet through the master bath.)
Before of Les' side,

After of Les' side
I found these jewelry boxes at Downeast Outlet store for $5 each.  I think they look great in my jewelry drawer.  Go here to see how we did the drawers.

I found a cute little oval frame I wanted to make signs out of, but could only find one.  But super neighbor to the rescue.  Shelley found two slightly larger oval frames for me.  ( They only cost 10 cents each.) 
I spray painted them, of coarse.  Then I replace the pictures with some scrapbook paper I had  and finished them off with some vinyl.  I got the vinyl from my great neighbor Shelly.  (You can get the same thing for $2 each!)  I love these signs.  They are the perfect detail.  Go ahead and take them in!!!!!
I also love my new shoe cubbie.  We have so much more storage now.  And it's custom to "our" storage needs.  Plus I love it when my supper functional storage it so dang pretty.
I'm pleased with my stenciled wall.  My last post tells how to make your own stencil like I did.  I got the great quadrafoil basket below on clearance for $7 at Home Goods.  And the wood to build the boxes below that for free.
These shots are a little different angle, but I wanted to show the whole stenciled wall.  Call us crazy, but we took the door off.  We never really shut it, and it allowed us to use the wall space on both sides of the door.
So that is my new closet!  Do ya think it's over the top for a closet?  Maybe, but I love it.  And I get to go in there every day.  In fact I keep sneaking in just to stare at it!!!! Silly me.  Any whoo, I would love your comments!!!!

I would go in there just too look too!
I love the stencil, it gives it a special touch!
What do you like most?

14 comments:

Jessica September 21, 2010 at 7:48 AM  

That stenciliing really transforms the space it is beautiful! I love shoe storage and the 'his' and 'hers' sign with hooks underneath. Lovely.

Keri September 21, 2010 at 8:07 AM  

I love the his her plaques. I need those for my bathroom so that my husband won't use my towel!

Katie September 21, 2010 at 9:20 AM  

LOVE that!! Especially drooling over the jewelry drawer ~ I SOO need one in my closet!

Emma September 21, 2010 at 9:31 AM  

I love the stenciling and the color. I think it is great how you customized the closet on the cheap. It gives me hope of being able to afford a closet remodel.

Miranda September 21, 2010 at 12:23 PM  

Wow! What's not to like? That closet is amazing! The stencil is probably the best part, but my favorite is the his and hers signs. LOVELY!

Tery H September 21, 2010 at 6:09 PM  

I absolutely love your closet!! I can't believe that is a stencil...I thought it was wallpaper-and I mean that as a compliment!! Great job it's beautiful!

Higgs Happenin's September 21, 2010 at 9:33 PM  

I love all the drawers and cubbies. It looks so nice and I just want to take all your stuff out put all my stuff in! Ya that's a good idea lets go with it.

becca September 22, 2010 at 10:22 AM  

I'm new to your blog and was checking out your projects. I thought you used wallpaper on your wall- it looks fabulous! The personalized signs were a perfect foil with your stencil and I am loving the shoe storage...so want to do that in my kids closet. Great project.

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