Laundry Room and Bathroom Projects

Extra Large Laundry Room:

This laundry room had the space, it just needed the system. To keep up with the constant flow of stuff coming into the house we separated the room into separate areas – Pool+Outdoor Fun, Laundry+Cleaning, and the Sorting Station to handle all the incoming items!

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We utilized this fantastic built-in to house the pool apparel and towels and created a centrally located mailing station. The left side (closest to the door) holds grocery bags, winter accessories, and bug spray/sunscreen bottles so that on-the-go is easy!

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By organizing the cabinet interiors – counter clutter was eliminated. Bins were added behind the laundry machines to keep all items under control and manageable.

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When the family comes into the house, instead of dumping items on the dining room table, this sorting station is right off the garage! The top acts as a counter space – the bins below all have labeled destinations (kids room, parents room, kitchen, pantry, mail, etc.) that can accept the new items in the home. So instead of having to deal with everything at once, this family can deal with destinations once the basket is full. A medium and large size bins were added to catch any larger items.

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Extra Deep Bathroom Closet Shelves:

Bathrooms are tricky to keep under control – there are a lot of bathroom closets that look similar to this one, not necessarily overflowing with stuff, but finding what you need is a struggle – which means every bathroom task is a struggle and takes time away from the things you actually want to do!

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Using bin dividers, helper shelves, and acrylic turntables – this closet was transformed into a streamlined, categorized, labeled beauty!

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These awesome acrylic turntables were key to housing the everyday essentials – the left is just makeup, the right is beauty and hygiene products. They spin, so finding your item is easy, and they can be easily taken out of the shelf and placed on the vanity for ease of use!

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This closet is soooo deep – so we used that depth to our benefit. The items in the back are all “extra stock” of the items used daily – that means you only need to reach them every once in a while. The bins in front are for daily used items. However, when that extra stock needs to be brought forward, the bins in front move out of the way easily, allowing full access to the back!

En Suite Bathroom:

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Bathrooms with lots of storage room are awesome because we can keep extra stock of the items we use daily. However, finding the right way to organize this large quantity of small items is tough! This bathroom project shows a wide variety of organizational systems and tools in place and doing their jobs (my favorite is the makeup setup).

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