More than 4 years ago, I set out to update and make our laundry room more efficient.
It had an awkward shelf that was difficult to use and interfered with the dryer door.
Once I painted the drawers and two cabinet doors, I knew I had made the right decision with paining it all white.
Just that little bit of white made it feel bigger.
And that's how it sat...hamper doors in the garage and no more paint....until last week.
Four and a half years.
A half finished project that I see every day.
I think the hanging of the tall doors and new knobs scared me to continue.
But I finally decided enough was enough.
I went back to the drawing board on the knobs and found a happy medium with white and chrome handles...so no more re-drilling.
I have a tension rod in front of the window to hang- dry things....BUT the rod is white and clothes will not hang there like one's own personal closet.
I still need to get a solid piece of wood to set above the washer and dryer, flush to the walls to keep things from falling behind and I still want to make the clothespin light.
And fix a wonky hinge.
But...I'm happy now.
At least for another 4 1/2 years!
I will say...that this project I did way back when it still my favorite.
It is easy to use. put of the way, and I have a visual of what wrapping paper I have on hand.
No more buying a roll just because I can't remember.