Yes, I fully comprehend that chandeliers in closets are completely unnecessary. Some might say extravagant. I don't care.
Our upstairs is one of the few places in our house that's almost completely renovated, save a few little details. One of those details was the ugly yellow closet with an outdated 1970's light fixture, painted shelves, metal rod and broken bi-fold door.
I figured it would be an easy weekend project to replace the door and spruce it up. As usual, I was wrong! The entire project ended up taking about three weekends, but it was too much fun to quit with a new rod and door.
Hanging the solid wood door was a challenge and that was just the start. I also painted the walls and trim, hung a small chandelier, had new shelves cut at Home Depot and covered them with spray glue and wallpaper, installed a new rod... and finally... added the cherry on top with an antique crystal doorknob from Ricca's.
The changes brighten up our tiny closet so much. I hope it'll be a sparkling little treat for our guests for years to come!