Posted on March 18 about the closet re-do and now April 18 it is done. My small closet has been turned into a walk in. Doubled the size of the original closet footprint. Relocated heat and air. Moved electric. Sam my personal handyman built the walls and installed the dry wall. I was in charge of filling, patching, and painting. Then spent the week installing hardware. Hooks are more useful to me than hangers and they take up less room. Ceiling has, you guessed it, hooks for my sun visors. Hooks, Hooks, Hooks!
The back of the mirrored doors have see thru pockets to hold belts, buckles, etc.. I was able to work in the cute, hand painted, thrift store ottoman (stored in my attic for a decade) and all my shoes are in clear tubs along the perimeter.
My years of planning a 10 by 10 booth at art shows assisted me in this 6 by 6 space. Organized at last. Takes so little to make me happy.
I have been interested in ART all of my life. I studied art in college and opened a porcelain restoration business in Louisville which combined my interest in art with my appreciation and love of detail. I have always been a collector of many things, amassing hundreds of thousands of buttons, trinkets, charms, bijoux, beads, found objects, and all sorts of fun things. I currently produce a line of whimsical art jewelry which I wholesale and retail across the country. I've been married to Sam for 20 plus years and we have 3 rescued Black Chow Chow's. Bear, KeLe, and Zoee my children with FUR! I will be sharing my various collections, art shows, artists, friends etc. And any thing else I think is cool will be in this Blog.