Finally, I am able to share the final photos of my closet renovation! Er... maybe I should call it a dressing room.
My daily routine is mostly spent in here. I am not a girl that takes up the bathroom most of the morning. I get out of the shower and go straight in my dressing room. So, in the past few places I have lived it's was important to have an extra room or space for this.
I have a love for antiques and wood work, so I tried to include these elements as much as possible.
My contractor, GillBuilt, was super supportive of my out-of-the-box design ideas. Like...pipes to house necklaces and huge nails to organize my belts.
If I can't see something I have, I forget I have it! So, I like to organize my closet to prevent anything from getting hidden.
I wanted to use as much as the room as possible, so there isn't too many empty spaces. Also, I found these glass trays to organize all my jewelry by color or finish.
Gillbuilt custom built my shelves and long mirror out of reclaimed wood, which ties in the rest of the wood work in the house. (You can see it, here)
The original closet in the room became the shoe closet! Just removed the doors and added shelves.
All of my bars are metal water piping. It adds a little industrial design to the room.
And I have to have vintage chandeliers in just about any room possible. This 1960s, smaller piece is perfect for the lower ceilings. It just adds a little bling to the room! :)
My closet definitely has a combine feeling of a retail store and a stylist's closet which is exactly me!