The Two Towers, Master closet Makeover

Submitted by dmcarwin on Sat, 02/15/2014 - 10:22

I have been wanting to makeover my master closet for a long time! I finally decided to just give it a try, I looked at several options and finally decided to base my closet around Ana's master closet tower she made for the momplex. I loved the plan and knowing I would need two towers I set to work designing with two towers in mind. I LOVE how it turned out and the tower plans were awesome! I also used the drawer plans for the tower and added the amount I needed, that is the best part about DIY! Thanks so much Ana for all your amazing plans they gave me the jump start I needed to get this project done!

For details on the rest of my closet makeover please check out my blog post. If you go to my reveal post on my blog, near the bottom it has all the links to my building posts.

Estimated Cost
Around $150 for the two towers, not including the drawers which I used scrap wood for
Estimated Time Investment
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Type of Wood
Plywood, pine, free scrap wood I collected
Finish Used
I used a white Bher paint that was from the oops section.
Recommended Skill Level
Intermediate

Comments

freefromburdens

Sat, 02/15/2014 - 11:42

I love this. I love the price also. I redid my closet and chose not to use the towers, but after seeing yours I plan on doing my other closets using this one. While doing research on closet organizers, the price was nothing like yours. This is really good quality for $150. Great job...

dmcarwin

Sat, 02/15/2014 - 12:48

It really was a great price, please note that without using a lot of my scraps I could not have done it, for so cheap. All of my drawers were made with scrap/reclaimed wood I had collected, and reusing wood from my old closet. The price of $150 was just for the two towers (drawers not included) and not all the other builds in my closet. I just don't want you to think that you could do it for that price if you had to buy all the wood. If you click on my blog post link I do a break down of all my costs (again not including what I had on hand) and for everything in the whole closet including the bins it was just over $300, that I personally spent. I was lucky to have so much scrap/reclaimed wood, it saved me a ton of money! Thanks again!