If every other room in your house has art filling the walls, why should the closet be left out? I am not talking coat closet or small walk-in closet here. I am talking master room, major walk-in, jewelry box style closet. These type of closets could use some art on the walls and I have found the perfect art for my walk-in closet. Here is a look at a few details of our master room closet which better explains my top art choices.
Since I chose the high-color, bold color, glam look in my closet these are all great choices that I am having a tough time deciding between.
All of these art piece can be found at the fabulous online shop, Waiting on Martha. I have a slight obsession with this site right now. Check it out, you will have to buy something I guarantee it!
Here are my four favorites that are in the running, which will soon be hung in our master closet. Perhaps I will give the mister two votes since we do “share” the closet. And I use the word share lightly. Its more of a 3/4 – 1/4 split.
Which is your favorite. I know, tough decision. I am thinking the Hermes print since my last name is Hall it is only fitting right? That is the same excuse I use every time I see something fabulous from Hermes. Now only if that would work for the coveted Avalon blanket. For now, I will take the $19 print and hang it in my closet! Do you have art in your closet?
I probably jumped the gun a bit when I showed you the built-in desk organization and master closet projects. What can I say, I got a bit antsy and honestly was proud of my progress. However, in both of those projects there were little things that I still wanted to complete.
Liam is obsessed with writing his name these days so he added his signature to the bottom two bins.
Side note: although I love the chalkboard look I sort of dislike how bleak real chalk appeared so I bought one of these pens. The chalk “marker” wipes right off with water and it achieves the look I wanted.
Oh and I decided my color scheme on the outdoor furniture project. But this time I will wait to share until the final project is completed. And because the cushions I decided on won’t be here until JULY 1st! I know, I can’t stand the wait but I think it will be worth it. Stay tuned.
Nesting issue part II – (see part I here) – I decided to clean out our closet and add a little glitz along the way.
Aside from organizing and purging (which I think is necessary once a year minimum) I desperately needed to update the light fixture in our closet. (I don’t want to talk about the popcorn ceiling. I know it is awful but I deal with it). Hence why beautiful lighting is a must in every room.
I have been holding on to a vintage chandelier that was gifted to me from a friend when I lived in California oh about 6 years ago. I honestly had forgotten about it because it was stored away in a hat box. A few fixes and my electrician (the mister) hung this beauty.
Glitz + Glamour = exactly what the closet needed.
Five additional details of the closet now that the lighting was up to par to achieve the jewelry box effect:
High Gloss Paint – I chose “Tiffany” robin egg blue
Fun Fabric – to infuse funk
Fabulous Flooring – I chose a zebra animal print
Standard hangers – I used the Real Simple hangers in black – it is amazing the difference just using the same hangers through out a closet can do to instantly update your closet
Beautiful organization boxes – for scarves, jewelry, hats, misc. items
Moral of the story – do not neglect your closet. On an organizational front – purge items you have not worn in the last 6 months – year or if they just look tired. Try color coding your clothes – this helps putting an outfit together quickly. Think of your closet as your jewelry box – where you can use high gloss paint, animal print, crystals and funky fabrics all in ONE.