It is now time to unveil the finished product of our work on this little walk-in closet. It’s no secret that I’ve detested my home’s single, little walk-in closet for the better part of our four years here. It’s certainly roomier than the average closet, but the poor design ensures that there will be a lot of unused space, forgotten items of clothing, and a sea of shoes on the floor. Just picture it all in the dark. That’s how the little walk-in closet looked when we moved here.Our two walk-in closets in the master bedroom were among the first home improvement tasks my husband took on. This is a snapshot of my closet before the renovation.As much of a neat freak as I am, I feel terrible about sharing this photo. This is the result, nevertheless, of a lack of organisation. Nothing could be organised in this ancient closet since it lacked the requisite structure.
It’s time to reveal this tiny walk-in closet that got a major makeover!
This tiny walk-in closet remodel included adding storage, paint and new lighting.
How do you update a small walk-in closet?
When it comes to updating a small walk-in closet, there are a few key things you can do to free up space and make the most of what you have. First, take advantage of vertical space by adding an extra rod for hanging clothes. This will double your hanging space and make it easier to organize your clothing by season or type. You can also add bins on the top shelf for storing out-of-season clothing or items you don’t use often. Finally, switch to thinner clothes hangers to save space. This simple update will give you more room to work with and make your small walk-in closet more functional.
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This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through these links, I may be compensated at no additional cost to you. Thank you for supporting Our Secondhand House. Our tiny walk-in closet remodel is complete and I am so excited to share the reveal with you! We took a small, cramped, and poorly organized space and turned it into a bright and airy walk-in closet that is both functional and stylish. The first thing we did was to remove the old, builder-grade closet doors and replace them with a sleek set of sliding doors. This instantly made the space feel larger and more open. We then painted the walls a crisp white and installed new shelving and storage systems.
I am absolutely in love with the end result and I know you will be too!
This space has been transformed into a functional and beautiful walk-in closet that I am excited to use every day.