We’ve made it to the One Room Challenge Fall 2020 week two! I hope you guys are excited! This is the week that really got the ball rolling for this bedroom transformation. We started our challenge a little early because we are super busy in the fall with four children.
The first thing we did was remove the reach in closet. We touched base on this post about why we chose to remove the reach in closet. The second thing we did was paint the bedroom using our paint sprayer. The third thing we did was build a do it yourself platform bed.
This is our favorite paint sprayer for all of our paint spraying needs.
Ok, back to the closet! For reference here’s a photo of what the closet looked like before we started demo.
We knew we didn’t want to add closet doors because that would eliminate any furniture layout possibilities for this room due to window and door placement. When we transformed our master bedroom for the One Room Challenge, we created our own DIY sliding closet doors, however we have a little more space, literally just a little, in our bedroom so it worked for us.
Here’s a video recap of us removing the reach in closet.
Now that the reach in closet was removed and the walls were painted, we were able to begin building a do it yourself platform bed. This was a super basic build using minimal lumber and a handful of cuts. Here’s a before and after of the closet.
For week three we will be adding a pax wardrobe from Ikea to serve as our daughter’s new closet space. In addition to her wardrobe, she’ll also have the drawer storage underneath her bed, the arch on the front of her bed, and a fun little twist with wallpaper from Tempaper!
Thanks for much for stopping by and checking out our One Room Challenge Fall 2020 week two post! If you missed week one, make sure you check that out here!
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