Master Bedroom Closet Makeover

6 Materials
2 Days

Our bedroom closet was a mess. There were clothes coming in on us from all sides. The space was big enough, but not at all functional. With the help of my friend Kristin DiBacco from The Serene Space, we created a more organized (and pretty) closet we just love!


Closet started like this. Chaos! To see the process from start to finish check out the blog post-link below.


We can walk in the closet now without something touching us. I didn’t even know it was a thing to “like your closet” – I thought that was reserved for people with custom built dream homes, but I’m telling you – I love this space! It’s both functional and pretty at the same time.

It has been easy to keep clean and organized.

Watch the entire reveal video!

The wall on the left I wanted to keep really simple. We added 2 hooks for robes – they are super easy to stumble in and grab in the morning (even before I’ve had my first cup of coffee).

My old window jewelry organizer (I have a blog post on creating this) and a bit of art made with Chalk Couture add some style to the wall. We added two more hooks for belts and that was it. No more stupid white wire shelf!! Praise! 

The back wall was all about the DIY Laundry Basket Dresser (check out my HT post on creating this!) and open shelves for shoes. 

You can see all the details on how I built the entire closet makeover in my Closet Build Blog. 

A DIY closet success! I truly hope this has helped inspire you and your closet space! I had no idea it would make such a difference in getting ready each morning. 

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Have a question about this project?

3 of 8 questions
  • Mary Baker
    on Feb 3, 2019

    Wanted to see how it was done not after the effect thanks have a great day should be part one and two

    • Tracy
      on Mar 30, 2019

      If you read from the beginning between the before and after picture it states to click on the blog like below to see the steps on how to do the project. Smartelic

  • Barbie Stowe
    on Feb 3, 2019

    Where the heck are your pants and dresses?

  • Angel Jackson
    on Feb 3, 2019

    How can I do something like that with a small trl.closet with a lot of clothes an,shoes

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  • Shelly Werger
    on Feb 10, 2019

    Curious about where you put your long items like dresses.

  • Mary
    on Feb 24, 2019

    I did it!! I have been so annoyed with the set up of my long, narrow walk in closet. I couldn’t, for the life of me, think of a better design, until I saw this post. Thank you thank you!

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