Husband Changes A Nightmarish Attic Into A Dream Closet For His Wife

Most of us are familiar with horror stories and movies surrounding the attic.
One man, Rodolfo Cabrera, who came from Guatemala and settled in Maryland, chased the ghosts from his attic and turn it into a beautiful closet.
His daughter, Joserin Cabrera, uploaded the photos and a video on Twitter. They show the process of change. The post was liked 439.6 thousand times and retweeted over 68.2 thousand times.
She said that the rest of the house resembles the attic. She and her mother were blown away by the outcome.
He owns the 迭emodeling & Design LLC,・from where he operates a remodeling business that focuses on homes.
There痴 a spot for relaxing. The project took 3 months to finish. It cost $25-$35 dollars. It can fit the family痴 clothes.
Rodolfo accomplished this through his colleague痴 help.
On an interview with 滴ouse Beautiful,・he said that he saw the attic space and transformed it.
They cleaned it, then did the frames and wiring, and finished with the ceiling and LED lights. He used two-by-four wooden planks, insulation, drywall, electric wire, recessed and LED strip lights, and paint.
Stairs were the hardest part, because of the required support to that side of the wall.

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