Thanks for tuning back in to see the rest of my closet organization project. Honestly, I could have made three posts out of this and taken a dozen more photos. However, I feel like I’m biased as to how it looks and functions and I didn’t want to bore you with too many details. If you have questions as to where I bought things, my process, or how it’s working, comment below!
The wall pegs are by one of my favorite companies, Three by Three. Their items never disappoint and they always look amazing. These are their new Hob-Knob Wall Hooks and they come in three colors; natural wood, white and multi colors. They affix to the wall and allow you to hang smallish items such as a purse, necklace, or scarf. As you can see, I’m using them to hang up hats, headbands, necklaces, etc. Anything that might otherwise end up on a surface, creating clutter, can be hung up. Hanging my hats also helps ensure they stay safe and crush free. I also love that it creates a visual display with my purses and other items. I can change the items out at any time too! They are so much cuter than a traditional coat rack and take up no floor space. At five hooks for $25, these are also a great deal.
Making It Pretty
I know the inside of my closet doesn’t need to look pretty. However, it’s a large enough space that I do go in to get dressed and often spend time in there putting away laundry, choosing jewelry, or finding what maternity dress fits today. So, I wanted to do a little decorating.
Mirror Mirror(s) On The Wall
I added some practical items first….but they are still beautiful! The Dima Mirror set from Umbra is just what I was looking for. The set of three mirrors is large enough so you can comfortably use them to get ready. However, they are small enough that you can fit them into your available space. Use the mirrors singularly and place them throughout the house, or use them all together. These mirrors come in a few colors; silver, black and copper. I used the copper…just because they were different than anything else I have in the house. One thing I loved is that they just screwed into the wall. There was no need for hardware or other hanging equipment. While they are meant to hang at a predetermined length, their chains make them customizable and mine are hung a little shorter than they are meant to be. (Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions!)
Precious With A Purpose
The jewelry organizers you see are all older ones I’ve had and used in the various places we’ve lived. One of the organizers that holds my necklaces is still available (by Umbra). It’s called the Trigem and you can find it on their website.
Over the years I’ve used this for my bracelets, headbands, and now necklaces. Some of the items in the closet are actually heirlooms. Many of the glass pieces were my grandmother’s and keeping them in the closet not only allows me to see them everyday, it gives them purpose. (It also keeps them out of harms way with two border collies running through the house and a small one on the way.)
I even added some picture frames to the walls. It’s not a necessary step for a closet of course, but it adds some personality and it allows me to display some small frames that might not otherwise have a place in the house.