By their nature, closets are conducive to disorganization. Think about it, they're dark little rooms that we can close off from view. If yours aren't messy, there just might be something wrong with you...or you're Martha Stewart. OR you're one of these folks who got all Curbly on their closets and made them over for the entire world to see. Some underwent the full treatment, others were only tidied to great effect.
The closet pictured aboveÂ needed some serious help. Thankfully, it found it. Here's what it looks like after, with the help of bi-fold doors, melamine shelving and a tower of cubbies.
This hall closet from Glue Gun Annie underwent minor surgery, as its 'wobbly' doors were removed, as was the contact paper. A fresh coat of blue paint on the back wall and it's ready for its debut.
Another closet tidy-up, this time in a teenager's room:
Heather's son's closet actually won a prize (2nd place) for being messy. Sponsored by Rubbermaid, she was awarded a Rubbermaid® Configurations/HomeFree Closet System.
Here's what it looked like after the system was installed:
Elizabeth's closet makeover included a coat of pink paint.
This closet didn't suffer so much from disorganization as it did flimsy shelving, which was apparent after its collapse.
Out went the rickety IKEA organizer and in came a ClosetMaid system.
Kim's closet needed some serious help.
After some inexpensive organizing elements were added, this is what it looks like now:
And finally MY front closet makeover, which I did a few years ago.
SO much better!! You can read all about the project right here.