Our Master Bedroom is such a neglected little space. It gets no love.
Well, it did get an itty bitty bit of love when we upgraded from a queen-sized bed to a king.
I'm pretty sure I mentioned at some point that we took the dated louvered bi-fold doors off of both closets with the intention of replacing them with the same closet doors we put in the front entry and the breakfast room.
Here's the front entry closet door:
Here is the breakfast room closet door:
Here are the old doors that we replaced:
And here are the master bedroom closets with no doors:
A few months ago Alex and I had had enough of clothes falling out onto the floor (time for another closet clean-up maybe?) and headed to Lowe's with some measurements. We were sort of expecting that they might not have the size that we needed in stock and we would have to order some in.
What we weren't expecting was to figure out was that they didn't have the size we needed at all because the bedroom closet doorways are about an inch and a half narrower than the closets on the main floor. Which means we would need to get custom doors made and ordered.
And they are $300+ a piece. Booooooo.
So that's the story of why we still don't have closet doors in our Master Bedroom. Maybe one day.
P.S. The boys have almost all of the old siding stripped off The Fixer Upper and are ordering insulation this week. That's a project that will hopefully be happening sooner than those closet doors. ;)
P.S.S. Sandwiches taste WAY better when they are cut into little baby-friendly strips. Just sayin'.
P.S.S.S. I got an outdoor rug for our back deck. I'll show you as soon as I sweep off all of those darned helicopters.