Progress we’ve made on our Master Closet
I wanted to share with you something that we did in our master closet.
I showed you a couple of weeks ago how we started installing our EasyClosets.
On the other side of the closest is the original small closet that was built in this room.
We wanted to remove the header to make it look not so much like a “closet within a closet.” Since this room is part of our original ranch house, this is not a load bearing header.
Cy used a hand saw to cut through the 2×4’s and removed the header.
Then I painted the inside of the closet to match the rest of the room and then began installing my EasyCloset.
It took me less than 10 minutes to install this part of the closet. Maybe less than 5 minutes! I loved how easy it was.
This is Cy’s part of the closet, and you can see on the left of the picture below that we installed a shoe rack for him as well.
Now we need to trim out this part of the closet, and we are almost done!
We’ve really been enjoying this new space!
I will show you the final pictures of our closet makeover next week.
If you’d like to create your own custom closet, just click on the button below.Disclosure: This post is sponsored by EasyClosets. I was given product to review. All opinions are 100% mine.
It’s lookin’ good! Wow…you’re sure going to enjoy that after the small, less functional closet you had before. How exciting!
is Cy standing on a beautifully painted & upholstered piece?
Wow!! Looks great
This is definitely the way to go and so affordable. It looks like it’s coming along great!
It is really coming along. By the way where is the piano? Both of you are so gifted. God Bless.