DIY Laundry Room Makeover

So this is not really a DIY laundry room makeover, but a DIY laundry closet makeover.  You know I love to tackle a new organization project!

DIY Laundry Room Makeover by The Sweet Spot Blog #diy #organization #homedecor

I started by painting the closet walls a putty brown, to give it more depth.  Then I added a stainless-steel top over the washer and dryer to make folding clothes a breeze.  Next I installed three Elfa ventilated shelves to organize all of my laundry and cleaning supplies.  I even added a 3 1/2 foot hanging bar for drying undergarments.  Finally, I hung wall organizers on each side of the closet for short- (on the left) and tall- (on the right) cleaning implements.  For extra credit, I added a battery organizer!

DIY Laundry Room Makeover by The Sweet Spot Blog #diy #organization #homedecorThis DIY laundry room makeover was surprisingly inexpensive.  The stainless-steel folding table is a simple desk-top from Ikea.  The Elfa ventilated shelves were the most expensive from The Container Store, but the side, wall  and battery organizers were cheap finds at Lowes.  Now I do a little ‘happy dance’ each time I open the doors!

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9 Responses to DIY Laundry Room Makeover

  1. Mariely November 1, 2012 at 3:36 pm #

    Super organized! I love it. Thanks for joining Nice to Meet You {GFC Blog Hop}! Hope to see you linking up again next week ;)

  2. Antonietta November 1, 2012 at 10:59 pm #

    Hello! Thanks for the follow! Following back =)

  3. stephanie r June 13, 2013 at 12:33 pm #

    Looks amazing! I wish I could get myself this organized!

  4. Foodie in WV June 13, 2013 at 1:50 pm #

    I keep all my laundry things on shelves too. It is a nice way to keep everything out of the way. Your laundry closet looks great!

  5. Emily February 21, 2014 at 6:00 pm #

    For using the ikea table top as a folding table did you have to mount it to anything? I have a table that I’d gladly disassemble to use the top in my laundry room. Wonder how you anchored it, if at all. I know our washer tends to get a bit wild sometimes with larger loads and bucks around. I know this is an old post, but hoping to get a reply! Thanks!

    • Corinna February 21, 2014 at 9:03 pm #

      Hi Emily! I did not mount my table top–just placed it on top of the washer and dryer–but you can mount yours with simple ‘L’ brackets from Home Depot. I would use at least 7 brackets (2 on the left end, 2 on the right end, and 3 on the back side), but you might need to add more depending on how heavy your table top is. Mount it about 2 inches above your washer and dryer to allow your washer to move freely. You probably just need to attach the brackets to the wall, then place your table top on the brackets without screwing them in. This will make it easier to access behind the washer/dryer. I would love it if you would email us a photo of your finished product! corinna@thesweetspotblog.com

  6. zaeni dahlan November 3, 2015 at 2:27 am #

    Great Job

  7. Kathreen@dmv construction May 11, 2017 at 4:11 am #

    Tried that and agree with your statement that DIY laundry room makeover is surprisingly inexpensive. The stainless-steel folding table is a simple desk-top from Ikea. Thanks for sharing such an informative information.

  8. Imgoog July 19, 2017 at 12:54 am #

    Gonna add this shelves to my laundry place, so organized. Thank you for sharing!!

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