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Mastering Your Small Master Closet Part 1

After 16 years it is finally happening!  I am so excited I am doing a happy dance over here!  Our small master closet is FINALLY getting a makeover.  I have BIG visions for this small space, maybe a little TOO BIG.

Small master closets can have just as much function and storage as a big walk in closet. #smallmastercloset #simplify #organize

I want us to be able to see all of our clothes, reach them easily, and have everything super organized.  Oh, and I also want a pretty light fixture, wallpaper, a mirror….and about 6 more feet of space…give or take.  Here is what I dream of…

I think what draws me to these closets are the chandeliers.  I mean seriously, who wouldn’t want a chandy in their closet?!!  Well and maybe a library ladder, I have always wanted one of those.
BUT…here is the reality…
Small master closets can have just as much function and storage as a big walk in closet. #smallmastercloset #simplify #organize
Small master closets can have just as much function and storage as a big walk in closet. #smallmastercloset #simplify #organize

7ft wide and 8ft tall and a depth of 23 inches.  Bifold doors that are never closed and clothes and shoes on either end that we can’t see and probably haven’t worn in years.  Most likely they don’t even fit anymore, sigh…

Mastering Your Small Master Closet

Do you have the same problem?  Is you master closet just a builder grade reach in closet?  Does the metal shelving bow from the weight of all the stuff after all these years?  Even worse, is your spouse’s side taking over your side?

I am going to help you fix that!  And it won’t cost as much you think.  The best part, you will be able to do it all yourself.

Here is my concept board for our small master closet.

Small master closets can have just as much function and storage as a big walk in closet. #smallmastercloset #simplify #organize

I will share the after and the during with you as it happens, I am so excited to get started!

Here is what has to be done

  • Purge our shoes and clothes
  • Remove old shelving
  • Patch drywall if needed
  • Paint or wallpaper (I am still on the fence about this)
  • Install new closet organizing system
  • Put back our much reduced wardrobes

Below you will find links to the products from my concept board, all available at Wayfair

This is all part of the master bedroom makeover.  You can read all about my plan for the master bedroom HERE and see how I worked a new layout for such a small space HERE.

That’s all for now.  Stay tuned for an update coming soon!

Susanne

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One Comment

  1. I was sitting here thinking my closet doors are also never closed. And with all this talk lately of joy sparking I guess the parts I see should at least not spark gloom! Looking forward to part two! Closets are tough cookies.

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