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Husband Converts Creepy Attic Into A Wife’s Dream Walk-in Closet




  • Rodolfo Cabrera converted and remodeled their dark attic into his wife’s dream closet.
  • His work of transforming creepy space into a beautiful and functional walk-in closet went viral.
  • It went viral when Rodolfo Cabrera’s daughter Joserin shared his before-after photos on her Twitter account.

Looking at that headline and photo above, we’re sure many wives are now wishing that their husbands will also do the same. However, not all husbands are “handy manny” like Rodolfo Cabrera.

Cabrera’s latest renovation went viral after his daughter Joserin posted his work on Twitter. In a report, Joserin said that she was not expecting the huge attention to her tweet, which has since garnered numerous likes, retweets, and comments.

The dark, creepy family attic

“We were both really amazed because we knew it was going to look good but he exceeded our expectations,” Joserin said in a Bored Panda feature.

Joserin also added that both she and her mom were “over the moon” with Cabrera’s remodeling project.

Cabrera also told Bored Panda, he spent around $25,000 to $30,000 to complete the attic make-over and it took him about 3 weeks to finish.

Cabrera’s midway photo of his remodeling project

An immigrant from Guatemala, he has been working in the home renovation industry for 15 years. Four years ago, he put up his own business in Maryland called Remodeling & Design LLC.

All done!

Joserin shared that her home used to look like their attic, but her dad took over and improved it.

“Everything was redone by my dad and his company, Remodeling And Design LLC, before we moved in,” she said.

Here’s the other side of the closet

But wait, there’s more!

Cabrera also made a beautiful modern staircase that leads to the viral attic closet.

He also installed a comfortable and chic nook with window
Plus he added built-in shelves and shoe rack for him and her wife
And this one as well

Furthermore, Cabrera shared in a House Beautiful report that he decided to create his wife’s dream closet after seeing many clothes in their room. He said it is time to make space for their clothes.

“One day, I went to my attic and I began to think ‘Wow, we have this empty space that we can transform into something else’,” he said.

Twitter account users from different U.S. states and countries loved the dreamy walk-in closet.
And the men’s reactions on this? Well…
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