Since moving from Wisconsin, one of the highlights of our brand new home has been having a laundry room that is not in an unfinished basement. Although our laundry room was a major upgrade from our previous home, it was not exactly how I was hoping it would be. I started with a mood board to envision my hopes for this frequently used room. There was a lot of wasted space and no enclosed storage, so I ordered white upper cabinets and removed the standard shelf that was in the space (See video below). I had the wall repaired where the shelf had been and decided to paint.
I wanted the space to look intentional and be more functional, so we started with creating a laundry basket holder out of wood. The next big functional addition was the upper cabinets and then a floating shelf.
I love to be in my laundry room now and keeping it clean is a pleasure.
Here are some pictures for you to see where it started and how it ended.
Here is the initial laundry room mood board.
Before taking down the shelf.
What it looked like right after taking down the shelf.
Painting once the wall was fixed. I had to paint twice because the paint mixture was wrong the first time.
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Close up of our custom Ultra Shelf.
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