I just wanted to share with you a quick tour of my dressing room. Everything in this room was done with bargains, creativity, and lots of love. These two bedrooms (the dressing room and the master) were previously separated. However, when we moved the kitchen, we had to close in the second door to the master to make extra space for the fridge and a pantry. So this walk through bedroom made the perfect space for a dressing room. The east and west walls are pained in a pretty coral color. The two opposite walls are the same color, but several shades lighter to elongate the room. I also used as much vertical space as possible, not only for storage purposes, but to give the appearance of height in the room as well. This rug is from TJ Maxx and pulls in the color of the trim, as well as my chair, vanity, and dresser.
I also have tons of jewelry and this mirror doubles as a jewelry cabinet. It reflects light which again, makes the room appear larger, as well as being multifunctional.
These shoe cabinets were installed by my grandpa who took kitchen wall cabinets, removed the doors and painted the insides. I have been wearing many more of my shoes now that I can actually see them all!
These amazing pieces were done by my super talented sister, and they add so much sass to the room. I love it!
I used another bar and shelf to hold all of my skirts and cardigans or jackets. All of my tops are in my closet in the other bedroom. Being able to see the cardigans in color order and the skirts and shorts according to length makes getting ready so quick in the morning!
More art from my hubby, painting by my sister, and the indian with the little boy is my father-in-law as a child. I just love this pic. I tied all the art work together by using metallic frames with coordinating colors. The frames were $1 a piece from the Dollar Tree and gives the room a high class look, without the high price tag.
Turntables are one of my favorite ways to store small groups of things. This is my massive collection of nail polishes in my closet. They are in color order to make finding a polish quick and easy. I hope you enjoyed this tour! Get creative using things you have on hand to pull together a room that is functional without spending a lot of money, and one that is comfortably YOU!