Not a ton has changed in this little workhouse of a room, but I’m excited to share its cuteness after some small updates. Mainly, painted closet doors that took an embarrassingly long time to get around to (they made an appearance here), a semi-permanent home for the crying velvet Elvis of my dreams, and a functional little hook that has made this space immensely more efficient. If you are wondering “what is this place?,” it’s a pass through area that houses a closet between the master and the master bath. If you are wondering about the walls, it’s paint and I went through the process here.
I’ve spent forever looking for a hook that was the one for this wall and I think I finally found it in this honey colored lucite furniture pull from CB2. We screwed into the wall with an anchor and now it hangs out being all simple and understated and perfect.
This room has had quite the transformation since we moved in (see befores and read more about it here) and I think, aside from it not having space for a larger mirror or a chair, it serves its purpose very well. Odds and ends still to do:
Remove wallpaper Paint walls and ceiling Paint cabinet Paint trim Replace light Paint bamboo walls Paint closet doors Wall hook
- Paint interiors of cabinets and closet you lazy bum
- Install hardwood floors
- Install baseboards
- Redo wall painting on dresser wall because it’s a sloppy mess I’m not proud of
Thanks for reading, fellow house freaks! xoxo