This is my first Reach-In Closet makeover, painted white with Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace and used Red Oak dowels for a contrast look. Will update when I add drawers in the lower half of the closet.
Below are images of before and after makeover. This was a basic builder grade metal rack for hanging and stacking. Really not a great use of space.
Pinterest is my go to place for ideas. I wanted the closet to be white as there are lots of paint brands that make paint that is washable that way it will keep the closet clean all the time.
Having 3 hanging racks was a good idea. 2 of them for shirts and jackets and 1 for long dresses.
There is a 5 belt storage rack on the side in the below picture where you can hang all your belts.
Below are some pictures on how I went about creating this closet.
Tools and Materials:
- Miter Saw
- 1 x 2 Pine boards
- 3/4 Inch Plywood for shelves and racks
- Wood Putty
- Red Oak Dowels
- Curtain Rod Hangers
- Power Drill
- Stud Finder
- Duration 1 weekend
Let me know your comments.