Husband, 40, creates monochrome walk-in closet for his wife
Husband spends $30,000 transforming a disused attic into his wife’s dream walk-in closet – complete with a cozy nook, vanity table and clever built-in storage
- Rodolfo Cabrera, 40, from Maryland, created the bespoke black and white closet
- The transformation, which took three weeks, has caused a stir on Twitter
- Social media users praised Mr Cabrera and said they want one in their own home
A man transformed a disused attic into a stunning walk-in closet for his wife.
Rodolfo Cabrera, 40, from Maryland, created the bespoke monochrome closet at the home he shares with his wife Idaly, 37, and their daughter Josdallana.
Mr Cabrera, who owns his own construction company, revealed he spent between $25,000 and $30,000 creating the breathtaking closet, complete with custom storage, a cozy nook and plenty of space to store her accessories.
After: Rodolfo Cabrera, 40, from Maryland, created the bespoke monochrome closet, pictured, at the home he shares with his wife Idaly, 37, and their daughter Josdallana
Before: Mr Cabrera, who owns his own construction company, revealed he spent between $25,000 and $30,000 creating the breathtaking closet. Pictured, the attic before
Mr Cabrera explained he and his wife (pictured together) needed more space for their clothes
The transformation was shared on Twitter by Josdallana and has since made Mr Cabrera and his family social media stars, with hundreds of social media users desperate to recreate the design at home.
Speaking about the transformation, Mr Cabrera, who owns Remodeling and Design LLC, said: ‘My workers helped me out and they got paid for the help. For the closet, I used 2×4 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 room is accessed by a floating staircase with surrounding lighting from the living space
The panelled grey wall adds texture to the room and is complete with hooks to hang coats and jackets
Rodolfo installed the shelves, made out of wooden planks, and painted the entire room in various shades of grey
The room features an abundance of rails and shelving to hang clothes and display accessories
‘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.’
The renovation took three weeks to complete and will be further improved once an air conditioning unit is added to help keep Mrs Cabrera cool.
The finished result shows granite worktops with grey cupboards and in-built lighting to accentuate shoes and handbags on display and is accessed by an incredible floating staircase.
To complete the look, Rodolfo accessorised the room with an orange accent chair and added grey panelling on one section of the wall to add texture.
The design, which is perfect for Mrs Cabrera’s 5ft frame, was widely praised on Twitter – with many saying they wanted to find their own DIY husband.
The space was transformed into a blank canvas where Rodolfo created a bespoke closet to match their needs
Rodolfo added a full-length mirror and completed the room with panelling and shelves for extra storage
The closet is accessorised with an accent orange chair with fur cushion and a coffee table
One said: ‘It was at this point .. that I knew I need a bob the builder typer husband.’
Another added: ‘Mothers tell your babies to marry a contractor!!! This is glorious.
‘While I’m over here YouTubing how to fix my garbage disposal. Got a cute single uncle????’
His daughter Josdallana posted the before and after on Twitter captioned: ‘Anyways my dad built my mom a closet in the attic’
The post garnered more than 439,000 likes with on fan claiming they ‘can’t even screw in a lightbulb’
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