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On the right hand side, just inside the doorway, I now have an adjustable shelving unit. It is the perfect place to keep my scarves neatly folded and a Thirty-one tote with all of my flip-flops inside. You can see there are plenty of places to keep my shoes, on the floor and on shelves.
If you’ve see any of my other closet transformations, you will know that I love a painted closet. It makes the white shelving pop and it looks so fresh and clean. This closet was painted gray. I’m not sure what the exact color is because my husband used left over paint from another one of our many gray projects and I’m not sure which one he used.
There is still about 8″ of shelf space above the clothes. Just enough room for my floppy beach hat and a couple of weekender bags.
I love side-by-side before and after photos so here are a few. You can see that closet layout makes all the difference in the world. My closet wasn’t living up to it’s potential but it has become a functional and tidy closet.
My closet also appears brighter now. The light fixture was installed on the ceiling close to the door. Before the makeover, the shelf and clothes were blocking light from illuminating the entire closet. Now it appears as if my clothes are in the spotlight.
What is your biggest closet problem and how do you overcome it?
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