A cute space that I can call Mines...

I have so many clothes but half of them are in bins, after a while you forget what clothes you have and you keep picking up the same items over and over. I have one closet but it's really small, I’m also sharing the dresser with my husband Shawn and get this he has the bigger closet for all his junk. I have a nice size corner on my side of the room that I want to utilize JUST FOR ME… but I just don't know where to start I would like to set up a closet area, this way I can organize and see my clothes. I need a little laptop station and an area for all my accessories. Just thinking about it I get overwhelmed but I know once it's all setup, everything will be so much easier to find.  I just need a cute space that I can call mines! Do you have any suggestions, ideas or pictures that can help me with my dilemma?

2 comments

Stephi Dee said...

I totally feel you! My boyfriend basically lives with me in my studio and I plan on relinquishing some space in my closet and dresser for him. The only problem is I'm not sure what I'm exactly going to do with the stuff I plan on moving!

I'd say check out <a href="http://www.ikeahackers.com/>IKEA Hackers</a>. They have some wonderful solution for making the most out of the space you have!

Stephi Dee said...

Sorry, it's IKEA Hackers.

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