| Deb created this wardrobe out of an old air force footlocker that came from the (now defunct) Saint Marie Montana air force base.|
When she started, it was wood colored. First she painted it black (you can see it after the first coat of paint on the left, there, along with some hints of the wood color still peeping through), then added some hardware for the handles found on EBay, then made the padded sections, routed the trim and painted it gold.
The final result is on the right. This thing is six feet tall and holds lots of my clothes on hangers. It is very useful to me, as the building we're turning into a home was essentially a box with literally zero closet space.
The whole project probably cost less than $50. One more step in creating a home that doesn't cost an arm and a leg... but feels like it did, at least to us.
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