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Good Morning， my DIY decorators!？ Have you been dreaming about a big beautiful office where you store all your craft supplies and organize your DIY projects？？ Cutting Edge Stencils totally gets it.？？ It feels like there’；s never enough space in a home. The good news is that you’；re not alone and you don’；t have to abandon your organized dreams.？ A small space， like a closet， can go a long way.？ In fact， we hear closets turned into offices have been nicknamedaccent pillow case baby canvas boudoir， cloffices， and they are quite popular!？ Today we’；re sharing a stenciled cloffice.？bed pillow covers
We’；d like you to welcome back Charlotte， the creative DIYer behind the blog Ciburbanity.？ You might remember Charlotte’；s Otomi stenciled accent wall that we featured not too long ago.
Gorgeous， right？？ Well， Charlotte has been back at it again and this time she transformed a closet into a mini-office， aka a cloffice.？ Let’；s back up and start from the beginning. When Charlotte and her husband bought their home they were a little surprised by the way certain spaces were used in the home.？ There happened to be this great space with a gorgeous window inside being used as a closet. Rather than continue to use it as a closet， she decided to transform it into her own personal craft workshop.？ Here is the space before the makeover：
The first thing Charlotte did was paint the space using Behr Ultra’s Aqua Bay， a beautiful shade of green that was similar to the curtains she had made.？ Then she selected our？Acacia Allover Stencil， a modern leaf design and painted it in a soft white hue similar to Benjamin Moore’；s simply white OC-117.？ Charlotte used blue painters tape to hold the stencil pattern in place and a dense foam roller to paint the pattern. Here she is working through the stenciling process.
Once the stencil was complete， Charlotte covered the floor with some adhesive tiles from Home Depot， added a DIY desk， and then organized the space.？ Ready to see what her “；cloffice”； looks like now？？ Here it is!
And here is a close-up of the stencil work. The minty green hue really helps brighten the space and works well with the whimsical leaf pattern.？ We think she did an awesome job transforming this small space.
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Thanks for reading， and happy stenciling!Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
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