It all started back in April. I asked for a bigger laundry room, and my smiling husband began the “weekend” project of extending the laundry room and shrinking the powder room. It has taken… well, a few weekends. It is finished, minus a new window which is on its way, and a touch-up here and there. The powder room only has a few more pieces of moulding and a paint job before it is finished. Here is a look at the before and after pictures.
The shelves are from Ikea. The baskets are from Target. The moringa tree is from Haiti. The floor was free from a job Matt did almost 8 years ago. It has moved with us and finally found a nice home in the bathroom and laundry room. There were only five extra tiles left over. How is that for perfect fit? The trim work was done by Weldon Carpentry. The wall paint was free-cycled and turned out to be the perfect shade.
Each of the four youngest children have five baskets. From Left to Right they hold: 1-Snowsuits/hats/gloves in winter, swimsuits and towels in summer. 2-Sweaters/sweatshirts. 3-Shirts. 4-Pants/shorts. 5-PJ’s, underwear, and socks. The top five shelves hold my rag basket, vacuum bags, Matthew’s running clothes and gear, gardening gloves and seeds, and tablecloths.
I am so very thankful for a laundry room and am thrilled to keep our family clean and clothed!