The inside, ugh, it. is. a. MESS! For the sake of keeping it real, I just opened the doors and snapped a picture. So, it might not always be this disastrous in there–but I’ve also seen it worse, especially when we forget to slide those locks over and Greta has her way with the closet.
We don’t use the changing table anymore and the two drawers don’t hold much, so we have decided to sell this piece of furniture and come up with a closet solution that makes more sense for Greta’s needs. We’d love for it to have multiple shorter rods, lots of storage boxes or baskets to hold anything from stuffed animals to shoes and socks. Also some concealed storage/drawers would be a great bonus for things like pants and underwear. I also have this dream of having everything OFF of the floor. And while I am dreaming….
Yes please. The funny thing is, I made a wish list in my mind of what I would love Greta’s closet to have and then I found the above photo here and angels started singing. ANGELS! Yes, that closet would be great. The one below (found here) also seems like a pretty good solution, although the drawer and the very bottom feels…weird? Like it might easily scratch the floor.
But don’t get me wrong, something like that (minus that bottom drawer, or is it a step stool?) would be welcomed as well. Bottom line, just when we thought we were wrapping up Greta’s room, we are rolling up our sleeves once again. And I am off the pick up some paint swatches for the interior of her closet. :) Anyone else spending time in their closets lately? I cleaned out my half yesterday and got rid of 73 items. I have about 15 left. It feels so good!!
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