I know I said I wanted my master bathroom back, but funny thing we are redoing our master closet. Why you ask? Well, you have to walk through the bathroom to get to our closet. So we didn't want to drag construction stuff through the newly finished bathroom and we might never get back to redo the closet if we didn't do it now. So first we are redoing our closet. It was just a normal builder closet, but not being used to it's fullest. So this is the first project of the closet.
So this is the before. There were four big shelves down the middle. I had put a store bought shoe rack (that I got at DI) in the middle cubby trying to add storage. We started by ripping out the bottom shelf and the middle shelf. The bottom can now house our dirty clothes basket. The middle section we built drawers for. (This was the hubby and mine first attempt at drawers. I think we did pretty good. Not as hard as I thought.) We made the box out of thin press wood, and the front out of finished grade plywood. We found a small piece of the plywood with some holes drilled in it, laying around Home Depot. I ask how much we could get it for and the guy said we could have that one for free!!! That's one of my favorite words. We actually got two or three drawer fronts out of that piece.
I saved again when my sister was throwing out a bunk bed/desk/dresser thing.All the drawer hardware was the same as the ones we had just purchased from Home Depot. We saved around $30 by taking back the hardware and using the free hardware.