The first step is admitting you have to give up your walk-in closet. The second step is having a good cry. The third step is formulating a plan for what in god’s name you’re going to do will all of your clothes.
This has been my closet for the past four years, and the rest of the room has been my office. In less than a month, we’ll be getting a new member of our family (more on that later), and this will be his closet and room.
It’s going to be a lot of work, but he’s a seriously awesome dude and I don’t mind at all giving up this room my husband has taken to calling the “doll house.” In fact, I’m looking forward to paring down my clothing to a wardrobe that will fit on just ONE (maybe 1.5) clothing rack. I have SO MUCH stuff I never wear. (Stay tuned for a rummage sale right here on the blog!) And I’m excited because I’m recruiting a handful of talented and awesome people to help with the new design.
My new closet will be a custom-made rack in this corner of our bedroom. I’ll also need some other furniture, probably a dresser or two, TBD.
My new office will be located in what’s currently known as the “man cave,” so it will need a bit of feminizing. But I’m up to the task!
Now that the first (dnd second) steps are taken care of, it’s time to move on to some serious reorganization. Stand by for steps three through—god knows what!
Photos via Apartment Therapy.