Are you looking for a way to disguise a sump pump? Maybe you’re just looking for a way to make plain flat doors look better? I used two plain jane closet doors to hide my sump pump in the basement. The basement laundry space is coming together, and I couldn’t be happier!
An old forgotten plastic garment clothes rack in the basement laundry room gets rescued. Instead of buying a new garment rack that matches my space, I cleaned up the old one and spray painted it with a metallic paint to make it fresh and pretty again.
I am still working on the laundry space in the basement. The latest project I tackled in that space was painting the basement floor. I’ll share tips to help if you need to paint your basement. I’m really excited for you to see how it’s coming along. I’m loving the diy stenciled rug AND the laundry cart.
I am loving my new laundry space. It’s coming together little by little. I painted the floor, but I wanted a little something extra. I think you’ll be surprised to find out what I used to make this stenciled rug for my laundry room. The stencil is so easy, anyone can do it. No special stencil required.
I am so excited to share this DIY laundry cart with you! I love my new washer and dryer-my first front loading machines. The problem? I’m always dropping items on the floor. The solution? A handy laundry cart to move clothes from the washer to the dryer to the linen closet!
Updating my kitchen and laundry – Maytag Style! A new partnership with Maytag sparks renovations, large and small! I recommend that you check out their November Savings if you’re in the market for new appliances. I know from experience that black Friday is a great time to purchase appliances.