From a simple walk-in closet to a nursery-One Room Challenge Spring 2019- Week 1
Welcome to my Spring 2019 One Room Challenge! If you don’t know already, this is the second time I will be participating as a guest in this 6 week event. This challenge is meant to help everyone who participates to keep motivated and inspired through the process of designing a room. I had so much fun last time, that I couldn’t resist signing up again.
This time around I plan to take on my walk-in closet with a crazy makeover. It might sound like it’s no big deal, but I am really looking forward to taking this huge space and giving it a double purpose: a closet and a nursery.
I am expecting my 3rd child at the beginning of June, and have been debating on where to put the crib and all the essentials. I didn’t want to place everything in my bedroom because I enjoy having that space to ourselves, but at the same time wanted to have him close to us for all those nursing sessions in the early morning. We have this master walk-in closet that is really big and honestly there is so much wasted space which I think once organized, it will be a good size nursery.
It sounds as if I have a Harry Potter situation where our son will sleep in a closet, but I plan on making it the coziest closet space ever. We won’t be like the Dursley Family, I promise, and eventually he will move in with his older brother. Am I crazy? probably, but that doesn’t mean it won’t work.
During this first week I plan on unpacking all our baby essentials that have been in the attic for the past 3 years and make a mood board. I want to reuse as much as posible and use my budget on fixing the closet. At the moment, my walk in is a 11’3”x10’11” wire closet that has no drawers, just simple hanging racks. So I plan on taking all our clothes and placing them on one of the walls, efficiently. Leaving the rest of the room for the baby.
I hope you tune in next week to see what I come up with and please leave your thoughts in the comment section bellow. You can also follow me on instagram to keep up with my craziness @stellar.design.interiors.