It’s a beautiful day for a room reveal, don’t you think? For the past six weeks I’ve been participating in the One Room Challenge hosted by Calling it Home. To say that we have worked out butts off for the last six weeks would be an understatement! This renovation was a lot more work than we anticipated, but now that it’s done, I can see that it was worth every minute. I can’t wait to share all of the beautiful closet details with you!
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Do you remember where we started?! It feels like soooo long ago! We literally took down walls so that we could make this dream closet space a reality. It worked out perfectly for us though, because we were able to replace the old door with the most beautiful sliding barn door! When this door arrived at my doorstep I was beyond excited!
I shared how easy it is to install this beautiful door already – can you believe we did it in less than an hour?! It’s currently available in the US and Canada, and it’s worth every penny! I can’t wait to have my whole room put back together so I can share the entire space with you!
What we ended up with beyond that sliding barn door is a far cry from my original plans. Although, I still love that design, renovations are full of unexpected changes, and my plans changed as the space filled.
One culprit was this beautiful weathered wood ceiling – once I had it in place, I knew that the space was headed in a new direction.
That decision led me to change the floors to a beautiful large charcoal tile. And I’m SO happy we did!
I originally planned to use this beautiful rug from Rugs USA in the space, but once the changes were made, it was a little too big for the space, so I swapped it out for a small sheepskin (heaven for my feet!), and found a new home for it here.
I’ll let the pictures do the talking now and show off my newly completed closet! I had to use my lovely wide angled lens to get floor to ceiling pictures in this natural light-less, small closet, so please forgive any funky camera angles! Hope you love it :)
I actually am working with Home Hardware to show off this 2017 colour of the year in another post, but when I saw it on the walls in my closet, I just couldn’t resist adding it as a feature wall! Doesn’t it add the prefect feminine touch?? I love how it plays off of the white and grey tones in the space.
Those wardrobes were just screaming for me to fill them with beautiful clothes, so here ya go!
The corner unit of our IKEA wardrobe is now discontinued, but we renovated out NEW closet with the current corner unit if you want to see the new design!
Most of my shoes live in the hall closet by the front entrance, but I managed to make room for a few in here, because… well… dream closet.
There’s more where these beautiful purse hangers came from! Such a beautiful way to organize my hand bags!
Doesn’t every dream closet need a gorgeous space for your jewellery or makeup, and a gorgeous tray to rest it all on?! I even added my favourite candle so I can add beautiful Pumpkin Thyme aroma to the room.
Did I mention that we installed some beautiful above cabinet lighting, fixed up a beautiful fixture for the center of the ceiling!?
Since those lights are so stunning, I better show you a few pictures of the lighting in action too.
What do you think of my brand new dream closet? I can’t believe what we did with such a small space!
Follow this link to see ANOTHER DREAM CLOSET with the NEW ikea wardrobes.
Thank you SO much to our fabulous sponsors! I could not have made this space a reality without you!
Sliding Barn Door – Renin Corp (or Lowe’s)
Weathered Wood Ceiling –Stikwood
White Jute Rug (pictured previously) –Rugs USA
Wardrobes – IKEA
Tile Floor – The Home Depot
Candle – Days Gone By Candles
Hangers – Amazon
Crates – Amazon
Black Shoe Boxes – similar
Sheepskin Rug – similar
White Stool – Homesense (similar ideas)
Light – DIY fix coming soon :) (similar)
Mirror – Thrifted
Artwork – Chapters
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