I'm almost done with the laundry room remodel. Remember this laundry room?
Just a lot of bla going on in there. A lot has happened since I first started the process.
Laundry room remodel beginnings. I took down the shelf:
Installed upper cabinets, built floating shelves, & added penny tile:
Painted the existing brown cabinet white (before pic):
Started to create a make shift mud room area:
And here's what it looks like currently:
I only have a few things left to do and I'll be all done! I'll post on all the steps and the finished room next week!
Happy weekend … Keep Reading!
Okay people, I just haven't said enough about my beloved bookshelf. This project took me like 74 years but turned out amazing. Building was a long process so by the time I began putting books on the shelves I just just ready for it to be over! It kinda looked like Einstein's bookshelves, jam-packed and disorganized. Which isn't that bad considering it meant I actual had something in common with him. After staring at the blessed shelves for far too long my friend Amy (who was in this video) came to my rescue and saved me from utter design destruction and pointing out a lot of mistakes I was … Keep Reading!
I have a huge file of unblogged projects including this old Ana White console table. A few of the build for the indoor tree house like the stool and the book ledges are modified Ana White plans too. This console table was built in St. George three or four years ago. It's just a simple, use 2x4's, kind of plan. I painted it two-toned and enlarged the dimensions a bit to fit the room. It's fun to see how much I've learned since this project after a lot of trial and error. I still use this table in my exercise room and it works great!
This is the media center we used to use (actually built … Keep Reading!