This room has gone through many transformations since we moved in to our home a few years ago. It was at one time a really cool craft/office/closet room but now that I have gone back to work and we lack closet space I decided to turn this into a "dressing room" where I can bring out all my seasons of clothing and shoes. No longer to I have to find space for my clothing tubs when the seasons change. A lot of what I used I already had. I repurposed my dresser, I took apart my bookcases into a small set of four for my shoe storage under the clothes. The clothing racks are just shelving and poles that we customized ourselves and cost less than $150 for the room. The only few things I have left to change are the doors and trim. However, I did paint a bohemian styled mural on my bathroom door for a bit of quirky. To see more photos and some before's of the room you can check out my blog. s
The doors still need changed but until we make it to the rooms upstairs with the remodeling I just painted a little bohemian like mural on the door to add a bit of quirk.
I took apart my 2 old rickety bookcases I had that were not sturdy and used the durable halves for shoe storage underneath my clothing racks. I added some fold up boxes in teal to put my flip flops, flats, and tennis shoes in.
Someday I want a bigger rug but I also had this rug in storage so I just used it for now. The stool I've had for years and just through a vintage cloth I picked up at a flea market about 8 years ago.
This wall has two doors on it so I could only use part of the wall for shelving and a closet, which is fine because it worked out perfect for my jackets and scarves.
The inside of my closet I put my small desk and some shelves my kids had laying around. It's not perfect but for now it works. I like using what I have and it works out great for my books, magazines, and important paperwork.
This dresser was a cherry wood and a hand me down from my parents. It was very scratched and beat up so I white washed it several times, sanded it down and painted the pulls a teal. I wanted it to look very bohemian and rustic.
I originally wanted a parsons like chair for my room but when I saw this at Target on clearance for 15 bucks I figured it would be perfect. It's a lot more comfortable and cozy and be great for when my girls come in to hang out with me.