This means that I got the goodies for the inside of the built-in. I originally wanted to get three drawers, two shelves and one hanging bar. They have a few displays set up like that in Ikea, but once I started thinking about my needs, and how I would actually put it together, I realized the bars were way more practical.
So instead of the standard system, I put this together:
That's two hanging bars and a drawer. My goal is to put all of skirts and pants on the bottom, and all tops and jackets on the top, but I haven't gotten that far yet. Maybe next week? And I have no real idea what's going into that drawer. I probably didn't need any more drawer space, but it seemed practical.
I also got my girl some bling.
They're not diamonds, but they sure do class up the joint. I picked them up because they match the handles I put on my jewelry armoire, but also because going into Anthropologie makes me happy.
Here's the head-to-toe shot:
The only things I've got left are the bits that can happen slowly over time. I need to trim out the base and the sides, and I need to style the shelves. Once that happens, I can call it a finished project. I'm thrilled with how it turned out. All o that white glossy finish reflects a lot of light, and somehow makes the bedroom seem bigger. Cray-cray, huh?
If you're coming to the wardrobe party a little late, that's OK. You can read up on my journey here, here, here, here, here and here.