New Job and a New Dressing Room

I have finally completed training for my new job as a bank teller. I really struggled finding a job after graduation and was hesitant to accept a bank teller position because it was not what I had envisioned. As early as my first day, I began feeling as if this is where I’m meant to be at this exact moment. I love my branch and I caught on much faster than I originally thought I would. To make it even better, I’ve already been told that I will begin training for the next step up in the very near future, which is very encouraging. I’m happy to be making more money and have so many things that I want to spend my money on (you know, after I pay off that credit card). One of the first things on my list is to clean up our small room off our bedroom and convert it to a closet/dressing room (like I mentioned in this post).

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Once I clean the space up, I’ll have plenty of room to work with. The room is small but has a window for light and is right off our bedroom so it’s perfect. I just need a garment rack or two to store my clothes, a full-length mirror, seating, and an organizer for my shoes. It will be great to take what is currently a wasted space and make it useable without spending too much money. I can’t wait to get started!

dressing room essentials

Smith & Hawken Basket with Chalkboard, $24.99

Watercolor Peony Wallpaper, $148

Threshold Scooped Back Chair – Yellow Floral, $169.99

Malvern Cheval Floor Mirror, $499

Hanno Floor Lamp, $498

Room Essentials 15-Unit Organizer, $29.99

PORTIS Clothes Rack, $49.99

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0 Replies to “New Job and a New Dressing Room”

  1. We call this our “Get Ready Room”. Mine does not look very chic at all. I need to give it some TLC and make it look prettier. 🙂

  2. I love that inspiration image and can’t wait to see how your dressing room turns out! Also, glad you’re liking your job! That’s a great feeling. 🙂

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