Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Laundry Closet Makeover- Before & After

It was about time to do something to our Laundry Closet. Since my resolution is to get organized, I knew that I needed to start with the closets! I have always wished for a laundry "room", but right now we have a laundry "closet". I really dislike doing the laundry. In fact...it could be my least favorite chore around here! I wanted to make this closet a place I enjoy opening!

This is how it all started.....really exciting huh?



My first step was to take EVERYTHING off the shelves!!


And here is what my upstairs hallway looked like...YIKES!





I then started organizing the items into my awesome Target Finds!
Rags, Dusting/Ironing, Shoe Cleaners, Laundry Soap, etc.



I also found these glass jars at Home Goods for $4.99! Clothes pins in one....powder detergent in the other!



I now have a place for this cute dish my mother-in law gave me! It houses all my finds from pocket hunting!


Once all the items were organized, I started placing the bins and baskets back on the shelves.
Progress right??


I was starting to really fall in love....but there was still something missing.
I decided to add these bird prints that I had found at Michaels a while back and haven't found the right place for them.....until now! Perfect huh?


I also remembered pinning where to find Free Label Printables and decided to be even more OCD organized by making labels for all of the bins and baskets. (Go big or Go home right?)


I also found these self-laminating tags at Target for $2.50! Perfect!





Once they were all laminated, I clipped them on the baskets and bins with clothes pins.



After a long weekend of organizing, I am finally finished and so in love with my "new" Laundry Closet!!!








Wouldn't you want to do some laundry in this space??



How about a couple before and afters....shall we.......



Before:                                                  After:


Before:


After:


One Organized Closet......6 more to go! Whew!
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164 comments:

  1. Very very cute! I love that you just worked with the color on your walls and the artwork and word art look great!

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  2. Thanks for the inspiration! I've been planning a laundry closet redo and love the ideas!

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  3. That is gorgeous! Love how everything coordinates and fits the space perfectly.

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  4. I am sooo doing this ASAP! We have a laundry closet soon and it is horrible to look at! This is so inviting! Thanks for the inspiration! Love it!

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  5. Great job! I love the green and white! I've been thinking about my laundry room for a while and you just may have given me the inspiration to get busy! Getting organized is my resolution too. The only one I made because it's definitely going to take me all year to do it! :)

    Fun blog!

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  6. Love it! I like the "green" laundry products too! Nice how it all coordinates. You go girl!

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  7. What a great before and after! I really need to organize my laundry area...you are my inspiration! :) I am your newest loyal follower! When you have a chance come on by and check out my blog (and make sure to say hi!). If you like my blog, I would love it if you would follow me back! Cath @ Home is Where my Heart is: http://cathhasablog.blogspot.com/

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  8. What a great makeover! You've added so many creative touches... it looks fantastic!
    By the way, I also love your blog name!
    Happy to be following you... hope you can stop by for a visit and if you like what you see, follow me back!
    ~ Wendi ~

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  9. This looks fantastic. You did a great job. I love all the bins and baskets you used. The labels really finish them off, don't they? I just did a laundry room makeover, and I chose green for my color, too.

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  10. Wow, what a great transformation. I love it.
    Rhonda

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  11. I looks awesome! I love the bird prints in there too!

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  12. Fabulous! I have a laundry "hallway" that is screaming for a fix up. It's the neglected step-child (apologies to all step kids...I'm one myself) between the family room and our lovely garden, it really deserves some love. Now I'm inspired!

    Linda @ fingers in the dirt

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  13. Oh my goodness. I am so in love with your laundry closet too! I love the green, I love the bins, I LOVE the labels clothes pinned on. So awesome! Thanks so much for linking up to the challenge. Karah

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  14. Nicely done! You've shown me that utilitarian storage can be pretty and fun. Never really considered that. I love the green. You're the 2nd one I've seen with artwork in the laundry and that's not something I'd ever thought of either, but I really like that idea!

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  15. You must love doing laundry (almost) now! Love the bright cherry green and the cute storage! So glad you linked to our Impossibilities Challenge - new follower
    Kelly

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  16. Wow! Now I must run off to Home Goods to get some of those fabulous glass jars! Adore them ...

    Thanks so much for joining our Impossibilities challenge!

    Linda
    itallstartedwithpaint@gmail.com

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  17. Hi! Stopping by from the Impossibilities challenge at It All Started With Paint.... Love your new look for the laundry room! I recently started a blog and a laundry room re-do is near the top of the list. Thanks for the inspiration!

    www.applestonedrive.blogspot.com

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  18. I love this make over! Makes me want to do mine. It is almost the exact same layout besides I have a huge stand up freezer in mine.

    Thanks for the inspiration!

    Angie

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  19. Very, very nice! Love the baskets with the clothespins for label holders! Great job! Keep up the good work!

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  20. Your laundry closet looks great. I love the green baskets. Laundry wouldn't seem like such a chore in a pretty space like yours!

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  21. Beautiful! Will have to give it a try!

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  22. SO Darling! Work with what ya got right? This turned out awesome. Love those clothes pins and tags. Great job.
    Lindsay

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  23. Oh my what a good job. I love the baskets and the labels are so clever.

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    1. Thanks Cynthia! It was a fun project and I am actually happy to open the doors and do some laundry! Thanks for stopping by

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  24. Beautiful job! I'm your newest linky follower from TDC-stop by for a visit!

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  25. Looks great! I redid my laundry room too this week (so glad that's done!) Found you from "The Rooster and The Hen" linky party! I'm your newest follower too :)

    www.firsthomelovelife.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Christine! So glad you found me! I am glad my laundry room is done as well! What a task, but I really love how it turned out. I will stop by your way soon!

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  26. I knew I visited here before! So tell me ... is it still as neat and organized as when you linked it up at the Impossibilities challenge ...?

    :)

    Linda

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    1. Hey Linda! Yes...it is actually just as organized. I find it so much easier to stay organized once everything has a place! I have enjoyed reading all your fabulous posts lately! Your sons rooms looks amazing! Thanks for stopping by again!

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  27. Nice! I was just wondering what the hanging wheel in the middle is. Is it some kind of stain/laundry care cheat sheet? Did you make your own or did you find it elsewhere? Thanks!!!

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    1. I am so glad you stopped by! The wheel is a stain/laundry cheat sheet. I received it from some friends that sell Amway products. I actually love all their laundry care products and I order all my cleaning supplies from them!

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    2. I just wanted to add that I was on pintrest and it made me smile to see the LOC products in the picture. I also sell Amway. it's so nice to see the products in unexpected places. :)

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    3. Yes, it made me smile as well to see LOC on a blog! Amazing product!

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  28. Ack-- I need you to come redo my laundry nook! It needs some work... :-)

    Erin @ The Great Indoors

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  29. Good job.

    Laura@cookiecrumbsandsawdust.blogspot

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  30. What a great transformation! I'm working on making over my laundry room also.

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  31. Thank you for sharing all these tips. Our laundry is also in a small closet area, but I love what you did with all the attractive storage - just because it's small, doesn't mean it can't be beautiful, right? I'll be planning our laundry area makeover soon at www.jewelsathome.com. Hope you'll stop by to see it :)

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    1. Thanks so much! It was a fun project and believe it or not...it still looks pretty organized! Can't wait to see what you do with your closet!

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  32. Love the space.....and love the organic laundry care SA8 even more! :-)

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  33. Oh my goodness!! I have been searching everywhere for inspiration for my laundry closet since I have the exact same layout (right down to the white wire racks) as you. This is so helpful to see that I can have all the features I love in a bigger laundry room (colorful organization baskets, fun art, awesome jars) in my little hole in the wall! Now to convince my husband that he needs to disconnect everything for me to paint the walls!

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    1. I am so glad you found me and my laundry closet! Good luck with your closet as well!

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  34. Thank you SO much for sharing your laundry closet makeover! I've seen countless "dream laundry room" pins on Pinterest, but all I can do is salivate. THIS I can actually use for inspiration!

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    1. Awesome! So glad you can use some of the ideas to help organize your space!

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  35. Beautiful! My laundry area is just a little larger than this and I've been contemplating what to do with it. Thank you so much... just the inspiration I needed!

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    1. So glad you came by for some inspiration! Good luck on your project!

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  36. Awesome! I'm definitely going to use your ideas!

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  37. When my hubby and I move out of our apartment and into a house, I will be doing this for sure! And I love your choice of cleaning products. We are business as well and I can't get enough of Legacy of Clean. I love talking about them. Ha! Thanks for the inspiration! Good luck. Take care!

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    1. Awesome! I do love the Legacy of Clean products! Will never go back to something else!

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  38. Your post so informative as well as helpful for my Laundry Care Market Research and Development.

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  40. I read through the comments...and didn't see anyone ask where you got your bins? I LOVE your design here. We just got a new washer & dryer, time to spiff up the laundry area. Can you point me towards the store for bins. I've hunted online, and haven't come up with anything as cute!

    Thanks!

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    1. Hi Stephanie! All of the bins are from Target! I am not sure they have them anymore, but know they have some that are pretty comparable. Hope this helps!

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  41. I have the blasted laundry "closet" too!!! So wish I had laundry room! I hate my closet and I entertained the idea (for split sec) of maybe painting the walls in it so I wouldn't dislike it so much! BUT......I'M TOTALLY doing something like this!! Love all the pics and I love before/after shots.....Accomplishment!!!!
    THANKS for posting this,
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    1. So glad I could give you a little inspiration for your "blasted laundry closet"!! It really does make a difference and I feel like I can always find what I am looking for now! Would love to see how yours turns out! Send me some pics!

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  42. So cute! I will have to use some of these ideas- I love them! Thanks for posting :)

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  43. This is awesome!! I have a friend that just moved into a new home and her laundry room is just like your before.
    Can't wait to do this with her.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Bet you could do a beautiful job in every room:)

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    1. You are sweet! Good luck with your friends closet! I would love to see the finished product!

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  44. Very cute, I have a tip for you, instead of using clothes pin for the name tags, use a peel and stick foam tape. That way you have easy access to the handle pulls.

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  45. Very cute!!! I am looking for ideas for laundry room makeover, we are getting ready to buy a place and the laundry is in with like the water heater and stuff and is unfinished. I noticed your Legacy of Clean products as soon as I saw the pic:) Love them as well!

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  46. OMG! This looks just like my laundry closet and it so needs a re-do! thanks for the inspiration :-)

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  47. LOVE this! Are the chevron bins with lids from target too? I need them!! Great work!

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    1. Yes...they are all from Target. Not sure if they still have them, but I was there the other day and they have some new organization supplies! Good luck!

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  48. That is awesome! I really want to do something with my apartment closet. It's the only closet in my place, so it'll definitely take some good organizing! Thanks for blogging this!

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    1. Your welcome Lori! So glad you stopped by! Let me know how your organizing goes!

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  49. Hi Amy,

    I just found you via Pinterest after getting truly fed up with my laundry room and your makeover looks great! Also, I noticed the business cards in your pretty plate... And, your husband was my realtor when I bought my house almost exactly one year ago! He is just fabulous. Tell him Chantell says hi!

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    1. Hi Chantell! So funny that you ran across my blog! When I told him he couldn't believe that it has already been a year in your new home! Hope you are enjoying it. I got to peek a little on your blog. Blogging is a fun adventure!

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  50. I LOVE it! My laundry room is very organized, just not pretty. You've inspired me...

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    1. So glad I inspired someone today! Thanks for stopping by!

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  51. My wife and I love this idea and are using this as inspiration to clean up our laundry room. We usually buy the large size laundry detergents. (The one that lays on it side with a spout hanging over the edge) Do you have any suggestions as to how to possibly hide it so it's not out in the open?

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    1. So glad you stopped by! I would think that you could find a plastic bin of some sort that you could fit your detergent into. Then you could cut out a small piece for the spout to fit into. That way you could still use your detergent, but wouldn't make it so noticeable. Check out The Container Store. They have so many great bins in all sizes!

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  52. Thanks for the inspiration! It's been on my to-do list all summer. :) Love l.o.c. Too! :)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! Isn't I.O.C. the best?!

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  53. I love what you have done...could you help me by letting me know what you have on your labels? thanks

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    1. Sure...it is just like laminating something, but easier! These laminating pouches are made by 3M and are perfect for covering labels or business cards, etc. You can find them at Staples or maybe even Target!

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  54. I am in LOVE with what you did to your laundry closet. We are in the process of moving from an apartment to a townhouse where I will be gaining a laundry closet just like yours. I'm definitely going to use what you have done as inspiration for my new laundry closet. Thank you so much for posting!! =D

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    1. You are welcome! Target has some new bins as well and I say...they are pretty awesome! Good luck with creating your new laundry closet!

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  55. It may seem simple to others but for those who spend time doing their laundry at home, they know how important it is to keep things in order and to know where to get the right detergent or fabric softener for their clothes. The given example in this post is very helpful, thanks!

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  56. I just saw this on Pinterest - and I love it because it's very realistic and doable (unlike some of the remodels see on there). The before looks identical to my closet! I'll be doing this for sure.

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    1. Great! Hope you have as much luck with your after as I have!

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  57. This is super cute! I am getting ready to overhaul my laundry room and am thankful to have found your site! Thanks for the wonderful post.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! Best of luck with your laundry room!

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  58. Can you tell me what all of your labels say? I am a complete dope when it comes to figuring out what to put where and I have the exact same closet. I see six of them in the picture but in the closet you have 9 up.

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    1. Sure!! Lightbulbs, Warranties, Towel Rags, T-shirt Rags, Laundry Soap, Lint Brushes, Shoe Cleaners, Dryer Sheets, Dusting/Ironing....Hope this helps!

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  59. Thanks this really gives me lots of Ideas to fix up my laundry room

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    1. You are welcome! Thanks for stopping by!

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    2. OMG I knew I had been to your blog before (it was pre-my blog though). That is so funny.

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  61. I just bought a house and have had this post pinned for awhile now as inspiration. I've painted my laundry "closet" a light grey and have been looking all over for the right color basket! Target does not have these baskets in the stores anymore (at least the two I went to) but they do sell them in sets online. Would prefer to buy them one at a time but I figure it'll just let me organize my linen closet too! Thanks for the ideas!!

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    1. I did notice that Target doesn't have those baskets anymore in store....but they do have some new fabric ones! That is a great idea, using them in more than one closet. Best of luck with your organization! Send over your finished product, would love to see!

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  62. Wall Color name???

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    1. I am sorry, but I don't know what it is. The color was here when we moved in. It is kind of a builders beige but has a bit of a yellow undertone. Sorry I can't help you on that one!

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  63. What I want to know is...did you buy your laundry detergent to match your green organizers from Target:) (That's uncanny!) Looks beautiful.

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    1. Hehe! That is funny, but no I didn't buy the detergent to match. I have used that brand for a couple of years. It sure does work with the color scheme though!

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  64. The green baskets are perfect! So cute, clean and organized!
    New Follower:)
    Nancy

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  65. Oh I can do that ..... thanks for showing how easy it is to put my laundry closet in order. I will be doing that very soon.....

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  66. My laundry closet looks like ur before picture, I luv the new look. I am so ready to do mine. Thx for the inspiration.

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  67. Hello! I am so happy I found your site. Although I do love to decorate, I must admit...I never thought about my laundry room. I went on a shopping spree today, as your pics were inspirational to me. However, I did not find the nice bins at Target...they no longer sell them. I love the green! Once I find the right items, I will definitely begin my new adventure. Thank you so much for sharing! Your ideas are AWESOME!!!!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Roxie! They do have the plastic weave baskets online. But you have to buy them in a group of four. Hope you organize the heck out of your laundry space! Send pics if you can!

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    2. I definitely will send pics...thanks!

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  68. I to also have a laundry closet and its hideous. You have given me inspiration on decorating and organizing it this week. Thank you so much :)

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    1. Glad I could inspire someone this week! hehe Good luck with yours! Take everything out and purge what you don't need! It feels so good!

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  69. You make it seem possible! Thank You!

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  70. Finally an idea that is feasible. Sometimes these ideas are way to complicated, expensive or just to out there for me, not that I dont like them, but this one is the best so far. Actually my laudry closet is designed exactly like yours with the shelves and similar machines. Thank you for sharing.. I cant wait to do something similar to mine.. thanks again for sharing...I will follow your blog from now on so glad i found it...

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    1. You are too sweet! So glad I could give you some inspiration for the day! Good luck and send me pics when you are done!

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  71. ok, I have the exact laundry closet! In fact, your before picture looks just like mine! I'm on it! Thanks for a great post, found it on Pinterest. Off to look at the rest of your blog!

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    1. Thanks Laurie! Good luck with your laundry closet! It makes a HUGE difference!

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  72. This might be a weird question, but how do you keep those shelves clean? I recently bought a house with those same shelves in my laundry closet and they have dust and grime caked on them, and I can't figure out how to get them clean!

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    1. I am not sure...I just dust them once in a while! They don't get that dirty!

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  73. Hey just wanted to say i have the same laundry closet and youve inspired me to make mine better! One thing though whoever lived in our house before us installed a light at the top. You wouldnt believe what a difference it makes!

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    1. Thanks Katie! I would love a light in there too. That is a fabulous idea! Might be my next project!

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  74. I also LOVE your laundry space! I'm so impressed that you took a small space and made it so functional and colorful! How wonderful and inspiring!

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    1. Thanks Danielle! I am totally in love with it and it surprisingly stays organized!

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  75. I am in love with your laundry closet. Our "laundry room" is in the walk through from the kitchen to the garage. It is also the way to get to the downstairs bathroom. I need to spend some time fixing ours! :)

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    1. It makes all the difference having the laundry space organized. It actually stays organized once you make a little time to do it!

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  76. I came across this where else but pinterest.I absolutely LOVE this doing it this weekend:-)

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    1. Thanks Emmy! You go girl! Send me pics when it is complete!

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  77. Love the green! This is gorgeous, way to go!

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  78. This makeover is so cute. I can do laudry any time :-)

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  79. Me and my husband just bought our first home last month, and it was a forclosure so it needed some help! the first project i did was the laundry closet after coming across your blog on pinterest. I was in love with the bins and drug my husband to probably 4 different targets looking for them. Originally i loved the green, but couldnt find the green bins (must have been a popular item lol) but i did find the blue chevron ones, and some cute black and light blue ones with flowers. So instead of the green theme i went with light blue! I am in love with this room, it gives me motivation to work on the rest of the house :) My grandpa found me an old fashioned wash board at an auction and im going to white wash it and hang it up in there along with black and white pictures of vintage laundry adds or equipment. havent decided yet lol. Also i put up wardrobe racks in place of this old ugly cabinet so i can hang the clothes that dont go in the dryer.

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    1. So glad that you found some inspiration to get some projects done around your home. It always helps me to find a project I know that I can accomplish in a small amount of time. This keeps me going on the bigger projects once something small is accomplished! Thanks for stopping by!

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  80. Loved seeing the Legacy of Clean products! Great organization too!

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  81. Looks clean & perfect!!! i just want to ask you what are the measurements of your laundry space. I am designing my house and i am having a bit trouble with the right size for a laudry room. Would you care to help me?

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  82. Looks amazing! I am doing this next week!! Can you tell me what your list of labels are? I saw a few in your pictures but would love to know the entire list. Thank you for your help!!

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    1. Sure... Lightbulbs, Warranties, Towel Rags, T-shirt Rags, Laundry Soap, Lint Brushes, Shoe Cleaners, Dryer Sheets, Dusting/Ironing....Hope this helps!

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  83. I love!! Just wondering, How do I type on the labels in pdf?

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    1. Hey Angela! If you open up the link from my site you should be able to open the pdf page of labels. As soon as the pop up in your reader, give it a minute and then you should be able to type right on the labels. Click inside the ovals then start to type! Hope this helps!

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  84. Amy you are my new found friend. I just moved into a house and I now have a laundry closet, that is next to my kitchen. So when anyone comes to my house they have to walk past this hideous site. You gave me the inspiration to re due it with funky container.

    Thanks again.

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  85. This looks exactly like my laundry area, except I have no doors on mine. Mine is already painted and already had the wire shelves above. Need to get the cute colored baskets. Target? Where did you buy your bird prints from?

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    1. Opps, you got them from Micheal's.

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  87. That's amazing! Great job now I want to organize my closets and laundry room. Thanks for this post.

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    1. Thanks Ivonne! It does make doing laundry a lot more enjoyable!

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  88. I am starting this project this weekend. I am going to follow your ideas and any tips etc I can find. Have you changed anything since last year? I will read to see if you have mentioned. I will upload a before / after pic when I'm done. This closet almost exactly mirrors mine - your's is a tad nicer. I fully removed my folding doors that fall off track all the time anyway and are ugly fake wood. I also can't hide my water source behind the washer - it is higher up than yours. I will have to find a cute way to hide it.

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    1. Wonderful! Please send me some pictures when you are finished! Can't wait!

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  89. Stunning..your approach inspires me a lot..

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  91. I love it! Your laundry closet is about the same size as mine and I hate doing laundry in it. I think I'm going shopping right now to improve the space. Great ideas!

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    1. Awesome Bonnie! It is still organized to this day and I love it!!

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  93. Very cute i love your brilliant work..
    Thanks for sharing...
    http://plasticcardmonster.com/

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  94. You are my hero! My laundry closet is a deeply depressing place but you've inspired me to tackle it. I can't paint mine as we rent but I can certainly brighten it up with cool storage etc! THANKS!!!

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  95. Wow! This looks great! I am so impressed!

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  96. Loved your post so much I tagged it here: http://myorganizedchaosblog.blogspot.com/2013/04/spring-cleaning-and-organizing.html

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  97. It is nice to see that you use LOC products for your laundry. They absolutely fantastic because it works well with my HE washer and I can wash in cold water!!

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  98. Hi Amy. I found your blog via Pinterest.I've just completed my own laundry area make over and I've pinned it on my board with a shout out to you! Thanks for the inspiration!
    http://pinterest.com/pin/105130972524296045/

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  99. Amazing job! This is exactly what i was looking to do!!! The color is perfect also! I wanted to match my Legacy of Clean products. Glad I found your blog!

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  100. This is nice information blog. Thanks for Sharing.

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  101. Hands down to a work well done! This is really amazing! I do love the greens and whites working together. These just bring more life to the room. Now, having a laundry room like this will make the chore more interesting! Thank you for sharing this wonderful post.

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  102. I seen this on pinterest also but what I found most interesting was that u too also use amway products which our family luv and are suppliers of.. I did stop for the organization skills u have which I luv as well. But was so COOL to see the amway products. .rock on!

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    1. Thanks Amanda! We have good friends that are suppliers. We love our products too!

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  103. I just found this and i can't believe it! Your space is exactly like mine. As soon as Valentines's day is over will post pictures and stare the re-do of mine.Your "before" is so much better than mine. Everything goes on the top of my dryer.Thank you so much for the inspiration and thanks for sharing.

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