Once upon a time there was only one measly wire shelf in my laundry room Gosh, that was awful! Luckily, after stumbling upon a diamond in the rough at the Habitat ReStore and remodeling it, I can say that our laundry room storage situation has changed for the better.Since I last blogged about the laundry room, we have added a double row of hooks for book bags, coats, and leashes as well as a shelf to the cabinetry.
Remember the lamp shade I recovered and blogged about? Well it found its home dangling in my laundry room.
I searched high and low for the perfect runner for this room. It took me months of nay-ing patterns and colors until my eyes landed on this yellow-gold beaut. I scored big at Rugs USA with the help of a coupon code and sale price combo and nabbed this trellis turned hopscotch rug for $52.00…yes $52!
At the end of the cabinetry there is an 8″ pole for hanging clothes to dry. Right now, the space between the dryer and door to our garage belongs to 2 dog bowls, a random laundry basket that my husband leaves for weeks on end, and an assortment of shoes. We are in the midst of building a table to be used for folding laundry that will also house 3 laundry baskets underneath…but all in due time my friends! For now, let’s just enjoy what is actually completed!
Baskets//World Market, Metal Bucket//Target Dollar Spot, Laundry Printable//PolkaDotCheeks
Some days when I am locked in the laundry room escaping a toddler meltdown or am buried deep in dirty clothes, I have a few reminders placed around that can bring me back from the brink of insanity: the hanging wooden piece that reads “The Most Memorable Days Usually End with the Dirtiest Clothes” was purchased at Home Goods and the framed chalkboard Laundry Printable that sits on the shelf is a Polka Dot Cheeks printable.
Hope you have a “Tide”-y day and remember, it all comes out in the wash!