Remember that fantastic closet in our master bedroom? It’s been such a functional dream to live with, but after a few months of looking at it, I became… bored.
This happens often in the life of a design lover, and the feeling is often followed by a new paint job, upholstery makeover or sewing project. But in this case? All I needed was a few slabs of reclaimed wood (leftover from our Centennial Woods shelving project, as a matter of fact!) and some nails for a complete closet overhaul.
The project was easy enough, and after some sanding and cutting from my resident carpenter (Hi, Ken!), the only thing left to do was screw those pulls into the closet face. To be honest, the hardest part was measuring and ensuring each pull was 100% level.
And, of course… the big reveal!
You know what this project means, don’t you? All that’s left to finish in the bedroom is installing a barn door and some vanity lighting, hanging a chandelier from the rafters and perhaps installing a custom nightstand unit. Progress is so, so sweet!