Most of us have an area that happens to be the catchall place.
For me, that area seems to be my laundry room. Whenever I am in a hurry to clean up and don’t know where to put something that’s where it ends up.
It’s also where I dump unfinished projects thinking that I’ll get right back to them. Uh huh, you know how that goes.
As of late, my laundry room was getting so cluttered that I just couldn’t stand it anymore.
I really like my laundry room, so I don’t know why I let it get out of hand. Not with laundry mind you. Never have had a problem keeping up with that. Even when I had five children at home. I just did a load daily. Kind of a fetish of mine, dirty laundry.
Sure wish I would’ve taken a before pick.
Now that my laundry room is all CLEAN, I will be linking up with Miss Jenny for the letter C.
I have a cute turquoise sign above the entry.
Lots of cabinets. Handy for storage. Although I have thought of painting them red. I know I would love that. Maybe someday.
I love metal baskets and containers.
The no. 7 is the darling ramsign I won on a give away.
This antique basket was once used in an old grocery store. It’s a catchall for laundry supplies. Who am I foolin, it’s mostly for show. Hee-hee!
It also holds some of my vintage irons.
I have quite a collection of antique items in here. So it easily gets messy when I stash anything else.
I hung dustpans from an old piece of picket fence. One of them belonged to my hubby’s grandmother, Tula. Darn, I’m not sure which. I use to know, but now I can’t remember. I should have marked it.
My backyard neighbor from my Highland home gave me this apron. She always called me “The Great Goddess of Gardening”.
I bought the red enamel coffee pot at D.I. for $5. The white tin holds my gardening gloves. The mini chalkboard is another give away win.
My metal laundry detergent tin was only $12.99 at Wal-mart.
Old clothespin bag holds my dryer sheets.
Cute embroidered dishtowels made by a friend. This sweetie reminds me how my laundry room should look.
I have more collectibles atop my cupboards. They got a good dusting.
Another metal numbered basket. Like I said, I love metal and no’s. The etched jar holds clothespins.
These w. a. s. h. letters are my favorite find! One day the Star Mill had a pile of assorted large metal letters for $4 ea. I rummaged through them and found that I could spell the words WASH.
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