After emptying the walk-in closet and sorting through our clothes, we narrowed down what we actually needed in the space and came up with a plan for how to make our space function much better for us (on a budget).
And now our master bedroom walk-in closet looks like this.
The first thing we needed to address, after painting the walls, was the poor lighting. In our original closet, there was simply one of those bare bulb light fixtures you'd expect to find in a basement or garage. Not exactly helpful or conducive for choosing clothes in the morning!
After adding lighting, we then based our design around two ClosetMaid SuiteSymphony Starter Towers, one in the 16" version and one in the 25" version. They were the anchor pieces for each side of the closet.On my husband's side of the closet, we placed the wider tower to store his folded work clothes. In the place of one shelf, we added the ClosetMaid SuiteSymphony 25" Shaker Deep Drawer With Soft Close Glides, to tuck away his unmentionables. We may add another drawer or two later, when we see how he actually uses the shelves on a daily basis.
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