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Hubby's Master Closet Update.

Hello All, I am back again this week with an update of Hubby's closet. I didn't get as far along as I had hoped, but I should be finished in the next week or so. Then it's on to another closet.

This is how the closet looked in the last post after all the contents had been removed. At this point I still wasn't completely certain as to how I would organize the space.   
 I had a few ideas, but they weren't concrete. I started rehanging some of the clothing in hopes of getting a clearer picture of how I wanted things to be placed. This closet is teeny weeny, so I am going to have to make every inch of space count. I knew that a chest of drawers was a must.
I would love to find a chest of drawers that looks somewhat like the one that's in my closet. So I went on a shopping trip to see if I could find something similar for Hubby's closet, but that didn't happen.   While I was out in search of a chest, Hubby put one of his bright ideas into motion and came up with this. The pic below is Hubby's idea of a chest of drawers.
This piece had been sitting in my garage for years. It served as a book case when my daughter was a tot. Trust me that was a long time ago. Hubby added some doors and placed it in his closet. Um, what's a girl to do or say? Husbands you gotta love em. We've had several round table discussions about Hubby's version of a chest of drawers, and I have come to this conclusion, "You can't touch this." lol..... Moving right along......

Hubby even took a pic of the chest with the doors closed. Will the chest stay or go? Come back next week to find out.
Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Great use of space Lory! Having a chest is nice for folded clothes and off season sweaters. His closet is coming along nicely! I so need to do this! Thanks for the inspiration and your sweet visit to my blog. Yes you can grow amaryllis in South Florida...probably even right might have to google how to plant them for your climate. I always try to grow them inside so in the dead of winter I have something pretty in bloom. Can't wait to see the closet looks all finished!
    Miss Bloomers

  2. I guess I'm losing my memory in my old age because I thought I already left a comment... lol. I love the way you designed your closet so I can't wait to see how you transform your hubby's space... :)

  3. Thanks Dee, I will be glad when the closet is finished.


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