[ THE PROJECTS ] BEFORE AND AFTER // VOL II

The number 1 comment we get when we share photos is, "what did it look like before?" So whenever possible, we like to show a few before shots, or in-progress shots, so you can see the full transformation. 

MASTER CLOSET

We love a woman who loves clothes. Makes us feel right at home! This closet was PACKED with gorgeous clothing which made it extra fun to edit and categorize. 

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PANTRY

This pantry had really deep shelves that we wanted to maximize with InterDesign "deep drawer" bins. We also made sure to optimize the door space with canned goods to free up the interior. 

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UTILITY CLOSET

Utility closets are usually just how they sound. For utility purposes only.. But that doesn't mean we can't put The Home Edit spin on an otherwise, uneventful space. 

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GIFT WRAP STORAGE

Sometimes extra closet space is a gift and a curse. It's amazing to have the extra space, but you often end up with a couple things in one closet, and a few things in another. But whether you have very little storage, or endless amounts - the trick is the same. Every space needs to be dedicated to specific things. In this case, we turned a closet that was gift wrap odds-and-ends into a dedicated space. 

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PANTRY

Y'all know we love a pantry. This one was extra fun because it had soooooo many pieces to the puzzle. Every kind of nut, dried fruit, and seed imaginable. Also, 32 cans of kidney beans. 

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MUDROOM CLOSET

This closet was definitely underutilized given how close it was to the kitchen and main entry point of the house. Initially, it was a mix of swim items, hats, mittens, scarves, and some miscellaneous craft items. We decided to make it into a mix of a craft closet, and an "outdoor" closet. The bottom shelf is relevant to the season (in this case, cold weather items) and the top shelf is out of season (in this case, swim towels and accessories). 

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