Here are a few photos to give you a clue as to what my next project is.

Image: jgsearls (flickr file)

Image: DarthCena (flickr file)

Image: The Estate of Things (flickr)

Image: Keloconnell.wordpress.com

Image: Apartment Therapy

***I added this to Kimba's DIY day because I would love for any vistors to this blog to follow along as I transform my closet space!***

If you are visiting, I have added a picture of my actual closet on this post


I'll show you my space tomorrow, but until then what are your thoughts? Would this be too small of a room for you? Have you seen it done? Do you have any suggestions?


Isabella & Max Rooms said...

This is a great idea!! I saw several such spaces at the Portland Street of Dreams and they were not only beautiful but looked completely functional. It seems to be a more common solution these days! Can't wait to see yours! Janell
p.s. love the post title...DR SEUSS-esque!

Annette said...

Hello! Thanks for visiting my blog and for the wonderful words of advice. I will be sure to take them to heart. Also, I will be sure to come back to check out your closet space. I only have one extra bedroom in my house and it needs to double as the guest bedroom/craft and sewing room. But the room does have a nice sized walk in closet. I can get pretty messy when I am working on a craft/sewing project so I would love to be able to hide everything away in the closet.

The DIY Show Off said...

Beautiful inspiration! I can't wait to see your reveal! ;)

Thanks for stopping by and for your sweet comments! It's nice to "meet" you!

Yansy said...

I love this idea! I can't wait to see how yours turns out.

Tamstyles said...

Actually my husband did this on his own. It turned out really cool. Almost like a museum.

Symone's Mommy said...

Yes, I would! Now, COULD I is the question. I'd need help from B. Smith, i.e. Annette.

The Persimmon Perch said...

That is a great idea. I wish I had a closet I could use. Good Luck with the process.

Sheri said...

we did that once, although ours wasn't nearly as impressive as those shown, it fulfilled a need and was easy to close up!

Jenn said...

What a great, fun idea!!

christi said...

i love mine!