I love organization and needless to say, at the Money Pit there is very little of it right now.
Day by day I am managing to get things accomplished, mostly finish work like painting and moldings. However, this week I had to something about the Laundry Room. It is the first place I walk into from the garage and needed to be welcomed by calm. So as usual, I began a new mission.
Coincidentally, last Thursday a local auction house had a great vintage 74″ wide shelf that was perfect for the wall. I got it for $90.00.
I had a sheet of small subway tile that I didn’t use so I took them off the sheet thinking I would use them as place cards for the table.
This piece was on clearance at Home Goods and fit perfectly between the washer and dryer.
While building the Money Pit, I bought so much at Restoration Hardware that I earned a $300.00 gift certificate. This equestrian coat hanger was one of the things I got.
I attached it to the bottom of the shelf and it fit perfectly.
I bought two of these trays from Ballard Designs. They are perfect for dirty and wet shoes and boots. (photo courtesy of Ballard’s catalog)
I labeled all the baskets and filled them with all the stuff that was laying around in boxes.
Here is the finished product.