Featured at hodge:podge

Featured at hodge:podge

I’m very excited…

My closet redesign is being featured over at hodge:podge today 🙂 If you live in a rental, this post is for you! And if you don’t, well, this post is for you, too!! It’s a little inspiration for a lot of closet maximization! Is that a word?

And did you know that Barbara has started a new series on her blog called, Loving Your Rental? Hodge:Podge is always a great place to visit for inspiration and DIY ideas…

And now, tips for sprucing up your rental pad, too!

P.S. – Just in case you missed the news… Barbara was one of two winners in AyA Kitchen & Baths dream kitchen design competition, and as a result she is off to Blog Podium! You can read more here.

See what I mean. When you visit hodge:podge you know you’re in good hands, I hope you’ll stop by!

THANKS FOR VISITING!

xo

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10 thoughts on “Featured at hodge:podge”

  • I love what you did with your rental closet!!! You are soo lucky to have that amount of room to work with. Yes, I do own my closet but hubs and I certainly don’t share ours. We each have a closet in different rooms. One downfall of having an old home, there is NO closet space. You have to get creative by fitting in dressers and such in already cramped, tiny bedrooms. It makes for a challenging task.

    • Thanks Tracey! Truth be known, hubs and I would definitely enjoy separate closets – but you’re right, you do what you gotta do to make it all fit and work! 🙂 I would love to live in an old character home – that’s way more my style, but I’m hearing you on the NO closet space. Something I’d definitely have to wrap my head around…

  • Thank u for posting this I have been looking for an idea just like this for my sons room he has the absolute smallest room in the house and I have been looking for a solution so I can get rid of his dresser to make more space in his room and this is what I have been looking for. What are the sizes of baskets/shelves used?

    Thanks again 🙂

    • Hi Danielle,
      Thanks so much for taking the time to read this post! Here are the sizes of the baskets I’ve used:

      Small = 14.5″ wide x 10″ deep x 9″ high
      Large = 17″ wide x 12″ deep x 10″ high

      We’ve been using this system now for about 5 years, and for us the baskets are still a great size!!

      Good luck with your project 🙂

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