The budget master bedroom closet makeover is done as part of the $100 Room Challenge! I feel like our closet has a dash of luxury, sprinkle of glam decor and tons of organization and function. My hope is you’ll get lots of closet decorating ideas and inspiration for your home.
Over the weekend I finally got the ottoman reupholstered, and I simply love the subdued vibe it has now. Catch up on the before photos of the closet, lining the closet shelves with wallpaper tutorial and the DIY vintage jewelry shadowbox artwork.
Here’s the before:
And the after:
The base was spray painted with Krylon’s matte wild rose and I used liquid gold leaf to glam up the ornate details (much like I had before). The fabric on the seat is from Hobby Lobby’s fall collection.
The ottoman is placed right in front of our shoe rack so we can easily put our shoes on. It’s a glam little spot!
As you can see, we did not find a new rug in time, and then I decided to swipe this one from the foyer to see if it would be a great size…and it is.
Looks like I’m shifting my focus to finding a gorgeous runner for this space instead of a 3×5 rug.
The one major thing I just couldn’t get accomplished was spray painting the drawer pulls…BUT I will get to it eventually.
Lining the shelves with black and white speckled wallpaper made such an impact in the space and really gives it some oomph. My husband’s main request is for me to keep his “stuff” stylish, but masculine, which meant I kept his shelves minimal, functional and they feature our dear Pee Wee.
My side is a bit of a different story, as you can see. I incorporated some storage for my wallets and wristlets next to a floral print and a DIY Prada Marfa printable.
My scarves are neatly folded up top next to my two most favorite quilted bags.
On the bottom shelf, I have my jewelry stuff and a fun ornate mirror I picked up at HomeGoods over the weekend specifically for this spot.
It’s nice to be able to get dressed in such a fun space and now all of my jewelry, shoes, handbags are in one spot. This totally must be like what celebrities feel like, right? Totes.
Initially I wanted to display my handbags, but opted to keep most in their dust bags for practical reasons. Now they’re all in their dust bags AND in those gray and white bins I had laying around.
I divided them into two bins- one for more fall/winter handbags and the other for spring/summer.
Our shoe rack holds all of our shoes and my grandmother’s vintage jewelry that is now beautifully displayed in some shadowboxes.
As you can tell, no glamorous heels in sight mostly because I place a tremendous amount of value on not breaking an ankle.
But, I do love all of my cute and stylish flats that keep me on the ground.
This budget master bedroom closet makeover was fun, and it forced me to clean-up, organize and purge some items. I also found an item I’d be searching for that I thought I’d lost. Whoops.
Let’s tally up the total I spent on this challenge (and cross our fingers I adhered to the strict $100 budget):
- $12 for the ottoman fabric
- $8 for the spray paint
- $14 for the silver mirror
- $14 for the baskets for my husband’s side
- $32 for more wallpaper to line the shelves
- Total of $90
Yasss! I stayed under budget. Woo hoo! I’ll have to take those $10 left over and treat myself to some ice cream or something over the weekend- I’ve earned it for sure.
If you want more ideas for how to makeover a space for $100, I have a few other makeovers I’m linking to below:
Lots of other bloggers completed their $100 spaces this week, so you should check out their reveals for more budget decor ideas, tips and inspiration.