Last year, for our anniversary, my husband gave me one of the best gifts he’s ever gotten me…a closet makeover! For the past 9 years, we’ve had the same closet with the standard wire racks all around the top. While this type of closet design is fine for most, my husband and I had been using separate closets for the past 9 years- me using our master bedroom closet and him using our son’s playroom closet. We both have way too many clothes and shoes and not enough space so it was time for a change! After multiple rack falls and fixes, I reorganized our tired old closet and gave it a much-needed makeover.
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At first, we considered having a closet company come in and do the redesign but after some research and a lot of YouTube videos, my husband decided to buy the materials from Lowes and do the install himself. There are so many kits, rods, and brackets to choose from it can get kind of confusing. Below I’ve listed the items we used to build and redesign our master bedroom closet.
You can find canvas bins just about anywhere- Target, The Container store, Ikea, Bed Bath and Beyond, Home Goods, and Tj Maxx. I got mine reasonably priced from Target. These are great for odds and ends that don’t get used daily. In mine, I store my purses/clutches, winter gear, flips flops, belts, and travel gear. You can also find mini chalkboard signs to label your bins on Amazon. A nice throw rug, stool, laundry basket, and light will bring the whole closet together.
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Closet Kit Materials:
- 2- 8’ X 7” Easy Track White Wood Closet Kits
- 1- 2’ X 7” Easy Track White Wood Closet Kit
- 24” X 4” X 14” Drawer Unit
- 2- 24” X 8” X 14” Drawer Unit
- 1- 24” X 11” X 14” Chrome Wire Basket
- 7- 24” X 14” White Wood Closet Shelf Kit
- 35” X 14” White Wood Closet Shelf Kit
Additional Closet Reorganization Items:
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Unfortunately, there are no instructions when buying these closet kits from Lowes. If you have a knack for building things, check out some YouTube videos and you can easily assemble your own closet kit. My husband was able to put ours together in just one weekend. You’ll also need to have a good circular saw.
Have you done a closet makeover/ reorganization project lately? I’d love to hear some of your ideas-please share in the comments below.
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Hi! I’m Meagan I just turned 40! I’ve been married for 14 years. She is a proud boy mom, happily navigating her way through the little boy years. She met her husband 20 years ago in high school; they got married 10 years later after graduating from the University of South Florida. Meagan currently helps run a family business with her parents while blogging about her life and love of DIY projects!
When she isn’t chasing her son around and constantly picking up Matchbox cars, she enjoys spending time with her family on a beach anywhere. She also loves decorating and organizing her home, delving into fun DIY projects, bargain shopping, and eating at unique restaurants. She also loves Barbecue anything and a good show or movie on Netflix.