Husband Transforms Dingy Attic Into Dream Walk In Wardrobe For His Wife
We've always fantasised about having an MTV Cribs style walk-in wardrobe - the kind that you could get lost in.
One doting husband created that very thing for his wife, building the closet of her dreams in just three weeks.
Rodolfo Cabrera, 40, from Maryland, USA, transformed the attic of his home, which he shares with Idaly Cabrera, 37 and their daughter Josdallana, turning it into an incredible black and white closet.
The final space has everything you could want from a walk-in wardrobe, including heaps of cupboard space, multiple draws, chairs for lounging on and a chic colour scheme.
Umm, can we have one of these installed for ourselves, please?!
Talking about the project with Jam Press, Rodolfo explained: "My wife and I needed more space for our clothes. One day I went up to my attic and I began to think, `wow we have all this empty space that we can transform into something else'."
Incredibly, the transformation took only three weeks from start to finish using supplies from home depot and other local decorating stores.
Rodolfo is already a dab hand at DIY and owns a construction company named Remodeling and Design LLC, based in Maryland.
All in all, he spent around $30,000 (£24,400) on labour and materials and hired a team of workers to help him finish up the task.
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For the closet, Rodolfo installed a 2x4 timber for the wall framing before plastering a drywall on top.
Next he installed the shelves, made out of wooden planks, and painting the entire closet in shades of soft grey for a sleek, contemporary look.
A PVC laminate applied to the entire floor completes the closet.
Speaking about the process, Rodolfo said: "I spent an estimate of $25,000 to $30,000 on labour and material.
"My workers helped me out and they got paid for the help. For the closet, I used 2x4 for the framing and a drywall to build the walls.
"I then had the drywall plastered and got it ready for the shelves and paint.
"The shelves were made out wood planks. I used PVC laminate for the floor, which is a wood looking plank but it's made out of plastic and other materials. It's also waterproof."
What a transformation! Rodolfo, we salute you.
Featured Image Credit: Jam Press