2.21.2011

Laundry Room Redo - Clients Home

A couple of weeks ago I spent some time at Jered & Jaycee's home re-organizing for them.  They hired me to come into their home and come up with organizational solutions for many rooms in their home.   The laundry room was one of the many areas we re-did and I will tell you: It's a HUGE change & they LOVE it!
 clients home 

Who wouldn't want to do laundry in here?
and who wouldn't want to keep it looking this good? I know I would!
This is what the room looked like before we cleared the space:
 and I want you to remember this IKEA bookshelf, 
because in another post I'm going to show you how we reused it.
Jered installed this leftover counter-top that they had sitting in their shop.  He also built a couple of shelves for baskets for the clean clothes {because, let's face it... they don't always get put away right away} The laundry sorter is from Target.com {find it here}
Glass Jars are gorgeous anywhere & everywhere... I love them in the laundry room!
So I suggested they buy some for this room & they did.  L.O.V.E!
Find the big jar from Target here. Find the little jars from Target here.
Jaycee made these adorable tags and  I've created some laundry room labels that you can purchase on my Etsy Shop and print from your own home or from any print shop! 
Here are the labels that you can purchase:
Click {here} to view them in my shop.
Every laundry room should have a place to hang clothing. . .
. . .this one is a curtain rod that they've had kicking around.
I had Jered cut it to size & now it serves a different purpose.
and this space . . .
went from this . . .
To this!  
A great Ikea drying rack was installed above. Find it {here.} The towel holder is actually a Wall Rack/Dish Drainer from Ikea. Find it {here.}  To finish this space, I suggested that they get a mirror for above the sink.  The little cabinet door is a built-in ironing board.  I don't have a built-in ironing board, so I have mine hanging on the back of my door with an Iron Board Holder.  {I'll show you my laundry room someday too.} Here are a few Iron Board Holders that I found online: here and here or if you wanted to spend the money... find a wall mounted ironing  center here.
 Ready for the side-by side before & afters of this Laundry Room Re-do?
 Here they are:
 Amazing huh?
I love transformations like this! and I love the challenge of creating transformations like this!
This is just one of the areas we did in their home, stay tuned for more of their home re-do's coming soon!
Let's see some of your Laundry Rooms.
Link them up right here:

35 comments:

  1. Love it!!! I love the labels too.

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  2. Wow! Beautiful! I bet they love having you around!!

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  3. I just moved 2 months ago and my laundry is a "DISASTER"..it is also serving as a garage since we no longer have one and it's making me nuts...still trying to adjust to the town home living...Now you got me thinking!!! Thanx...

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  4. Wow you really know how to utilize your space! Great job, it looks fantastic!

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  5. Wowsa! I want a laundry room like this! Love it.

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  6. thanks ladies... I know my brother and his wife are truly enjoying their new laundry room.
    DaNita

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  7. Looks amazing! My laundry room is in total need of a makeover! Thanks for the ideas.

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  8. It's nice that you're really not buying a lot of expensive materials for these projects. And that you are re-using things they already have.

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  9. wow! looks awesome! I might even enjoy doing laundry in there:)

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  10. LeAnn.. glad you noticed that! You really don't have to spend a fortune to get a place in order & looking great at the same time! Just some thought & re-planning, organizing and a little elbow grease :) That's what I love to do... use as much stuff a person already has and transform the space.

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  11. I really love the ideas and hope to use a few in my unorganized laundry room! Thanks for all the good tips!!!

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  12. What a great job! You totally tansformed the place. And you made great use of what seems to be a small space. Fantastic job!

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  13. Hi DaNita,
    I wish I had a laundry room to link up... Mines in the basement and I haven't gotten to that room yet. Maybe my next project???? Yours looks fantastic!
    Susan

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  14. Great job reorganizing that space. It looks awesome! I love a clean, functional laundry room!

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  15. What an amazing job! I love the space, it looks terrific!

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  16. DaNita! You just keep doing it! Wow.. You are just completely redoing your entire house aren't you?
    I'd love for you to link this up to my Organizing Mission Link Party!

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  17. Wow, what a great example of utilizing all the space to make it functional and pretty too!!

    katieshowto.blogspot.com

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  18. You did an absolutely FABULOUS job. You incorporated the vertical space in this small area to help facilitate laundry and give the room a more open feel. Great job with the photos too! Would love for you to guest post on my blog!

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  19. You did such a great job! I just love looking at organized laundry rooms.

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  20. Wow, it's fabulous and I love your storage containers. Gorgeous redo and such a great laundry room. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  21. So in love. I have to redo my space now. You've inspired me. Wish you were nearby so you could help me!

    xoxo Nikki
    Follow my blog at www.nikkilovesbrad.blogspot.com

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  22. Aahhh Thank you thank you thank you! I JUST came back from Walmart looking for a laundry sorter like that! I will be headed to Target right after work tonight to purchase. I have been working on my laundry room for a few months now. Updating here and there.
    I linked up. Thanks!

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  23. What an amazing, inviting space it is now!

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  24. Danita
    I found the laundry sorter at my local Target for $57.99 but it's the one with the three bags. It's ok because I'll be buying that one with my next paycheck ;)
    It does have a nifty ironing top that flips up :)
    I'll be updating my laundry room a bit more and will post about it soon.
    Thanks for the link to Target!

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  25. Awesome Patty! Thanks for letting us know that the 3 divided laundry sorter is available to purchase in stores and not only online.
    DaNita

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  26. This is SO inspiring! Our laundry room is SO sad! I wish this was a possibility in our laundry room!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

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  27. What a fun laundry room!
    www.dashing-home.blogspot.com

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  28. I love everything you did there! I wish my own laundry room was finished so I could join the party here, but its got a ways to go...but i'll get some good ideas I'm sure from seeing others.

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  29. Laundry rooms are my new favorite decorating space. I love all the ideas I've seen around blog land! This one looks great! I love the drying rack hanging over the laundry sink!

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  30. I am loving this organized space! It is peaceful doing laundry now as my mind is not assaulted with all the "to dos" in the room. 

I replaced the two tanish bins with matching, smaller, baskets as those were a bit hard to pull out. I also labeled everything else, so now there is no excuse for putting laundry in the wrong bin! :)

Having Danita come and help me out has been such a stress reliever! Life is so much more enjoyable when things are organized. Thanks again Danita!!

    ps I can't believe how much easier and cuter it is using powder soap :) A great suggestion Danita. I'm hoping to make some of my own.

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  31. I featured you this week at my Hookin Up with HoH party!

    Feel free to stop by and grab a button if you'd like!

    ~Allison @ House of Hepworths

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  32. My laundry room is the worst room in my house! Thanks for the inspiration!

    Daphne @ Life's a Project (daphnehope.blogspot.com)

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  33. Amazing..I just moved into a new home and I am trying so hard to save money but organize and make everything look nice!!

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  34. Where do you get the round, drip dry hanging device above the laundry tub?

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    1. This is my clients home and the drip dry hanging thing was an existing piece in my clients home so I'm not 100% sure of where it came from. I would try Ikea or Target.

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