As promised I'm linking up all the sources for our master closet reno! So without futher ado...
First lets breakdown the closet island.
We used Ikea kitchen base cabinets with the Kungsbacka drawer fronts.
We chose to top it off with Ikea's Karlby walnut butcher block, it was a great cost saver especially since these counter tops don't see any action other than the occasional pile of clothes. As a side note we did the "kitchen island" size and cut off the about 10" from the end it came with a veneer end strip that we applied.
And my favorite part, the pièce de resistance if you will, the drawer hardware. I love these guys so much they might make an appearance in a future project.
Now onto the closet units. If you read my last post you know the doors are not my first choice but after dressing them up with some diy hardware (more on that later) they've really grown on me!
We went with the Pax wardrobe units and the Forsand fronts. I have to say they are amazing I have no complaints they look and function like a lot of higher end closet systems I've seen.
I'm also going to link up some of the inserts we went with that I really love.
Starting with shoe storage we have 10 of these (yes I have that many shoes).
These pull out trays you can use for jewelry storage or scarves we use ours for hats.
And then we used these pull out trash bins from the kitchen units for our dirty clothes (we do not use the lids they come with).
So that about covers all the major parts of the room lets do the fun finishings!
The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore's Army Green, one of my absolute favorite colors (you will find it in our bedroom too).
That super boho rattan light fixture is from surprise surprise Amazon!
Amazon also supplied these wooden hat knobs that I have on the end unit.
My black arched mirror is from HomeGoods but I did track down this replica on Shades of Light.
And finally the runners, mine are vintage but I'm going to link up some similar ones you can get your hands on.
This one by Loloi Rugs has a similar diamond pattern. Also I can vouch for these rugs they are easy to clean and wear well!
And I love the colors of this one from World Market.
And finally this option from Revival Rugs, it is on the spendier side but it is a true vintage Turkish runner.
Alright, alright, alright that about covers it!