We can’t believe the day is finally here. We are dying to show you what we have been up to these past 6 weeks! There has been a lot of blood, sweat, and tears that have gone into this One Room Challenge™ DIY project and we are absolutely thrilled with how it has all turned out. We did all of the work 100% on our own, which makes what we’ve accomplished feel even more rewarding.
We also needed to do this closet on a budget, which we had set at $500.00. We may have gone over this slightly, but we did get some really cute accessories that we just couldn’t pass up. All in all we spent about $575.00 to completely re-do our closet and it was totally worth it.
As a reminder, here is what we were initially working with…scary, we know!
Our 1901 Victorian home had no master bedroom closet. We tried to use portable wardrobe racks but this soon proved to be an impractical and frustrating solution. We came up with the design idea of converting a former porch area into the master bedroom closet. This space was a pass through to the laundry room.
This was our mood board of things we were hoping to incorporate into the space and I’m happy to say that we were able to add a lot of what we were hoping to do.
In the 6 week time frame, we were able to accomplish the following:
- Replace the floor
- Paint accent wall
- Create closet system with industrial copper pipes
- Create shelf
- Paint dresser and hardware
- Paint 2 bookshelves
- Make curtains
- Create curtain rod with copper pipe
- Create 2 light fixtures
- Create a cohesive look with accessories with cooper paint
When it is all said and done, here is what the new closet looks like…eek!
Our industrial chic master bedroom closet is done and we love it!!! Thank you so much for sharing the journey with us. It was a lot of hard work, but it definitely paid off in the end. If you haven’t see our progress each week, click on the links below to see more detail on what we’ve accomplished.
Be sure to visit Calling it Home to see so many other amazing One Room Challenge™ reveals. Also, be sure to come back and visit us as we will be sharing more details about how we created our closet on a budget…from painting furniture to creating light fixtures.
XO-Jenn and Vicki
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