Monday, January 23, 2012

Another closet transformation

Over the weekend I completed the closet transformation in my five year old daughter's bedroom.

Here's a transition photo, notice the difference between the area I applied wallpaper and the areas that had yet to be done?    
I keep walking into her room and looking at her closet. She asked me "Mom, what do you keep looking for in my closet?" Oh, nothing dear, I just wished my closet looked this good. I'm itching to do my closet now!
The little hooks on this sliding piece are meant for belts and ties...we are using them for her necklaces. 
Do you believe that an organized closet makes for a happiness?

22 comments:

Al said...

Love what you've done! The colors are so cheery too. The necklaces look great, I must do that for my closet.
Great post. Have a wonderful Monday.

Splenderosa said...

OMG, a 5-year old! What will you do when she's 14? This is wonderful, and I love you that you do this for this little girl. My little girl is all grown up, but I used to be just like this...everything perfect for her. I've always admired you, now I do even more like X10! Just brilliant!!!!

Lili said...

omg so adorable! LOVE it!

Acanthus and Acorn said...

So darn chic and adorable!

Natalie {Designer Bags and Dirty Diapers} said...

It looks so good!! I love the wallpaper! Job well done Mama, Im wishing my closet looked liked that!

Kerry @ Design du Monde said...

I can't believe that I am envious of a five year old's closet!It is just perfect. I have just begun to reorganize my closet but it will never be this beautiful.

H.G. The Countess said...

I wish my closet looked this good as well!

pretty pink tulips said...

Oh, you are SUCH a wonderful mom!!! I'm sure your daughter is loving her beautiful closet as much as you are. Amazing job, Lisa!!!!

xo Elizabeth

A Perfect Gray said...

I adore that closet! donna

KD said...

WOW, how fun for you to be able to do something so awesome and unique for you daughter. Such a personal touch.

Stacy Curran said...

How have I not found your amazing blog before!?!? I'm hooked! So happy to be a new follower :)
Stacy @ www.conspicuousstyle.com

Janell @ Isabella and Max said...

Ha! Yes, I too wish my closet looked this great, fantastic...and lucky girl! :)

Janell

Ivy Clad said...

Wonderful! This looks SO great!! And yes, I do believe an organized closet brings happiness! Especially one that's both organized and beautiful like this. Your daughter is a lucky girl!

Keri

The enchanted home said...

Hi Lisa, just stopping into blogland to say hi....before the workers start knocking! What a closet, what little girl wouldnt' feel like an absolute princess with a closet that gorgeous!! Love the wallpaper choice and putting a chandelier in there...brillliant!

Party Resources said...

Would you make a house call to Boston and do my closets??? xx

pve design said...

Lisa,
Firstly, I love the way that wallpaper mocks your wallpaper on your blog. What a stunning closet!
Now what little or (big) girl would not smile with a Mom and a closet like that.
Bravo.
pve

The Buzz Blog said...

Absolutely and an organized closet makes me want to shop for more! Love the wallpaper you used and the pretty pops of pink.
xxoo

annie said...

I do indeed believe an organized closet makes a person happy! This is so pretty and cheerful...and organized. It makes putting clothes away so much more fun...from the laundry or the shopping bags!
xo
annie

Susie @ Maddie's Nest said...

Lisa.....seriously...can you please come here and help me learn how to hang paper? This closet is fabulous. BTW, I need to look into the dates for HP....let's connect by phone perhaps? I want to make it work.

Ivy de Leon said...

Looks great. I really like the idea of wall paper in the closet.

Debby said...

LOVE this!! I have been wanting to wallpaper my closet forever. I have never wallpapered though and am not sure I have the patience to do a good job. Is wallpaper phobia a real thing? I think I have it. I should just watch a how-to video and go for it. xo

A+S / Tilton Fenwick said...

Happiness is an organized and wallpapered closet. truly.