Stuff falls off the back and sides of the machines because the tops are flat, with no instrument panel on the back. It drove me crazy, I tried to find a product that would fix the problem (no luck in an exhaustive Google search) and decided to design a fix myself with The Haus Maus Laundry Guard!
Our two-adult-one-child household produces a crap-ton of laundry that drove me absolutely insane; there was always a pile in every room, and an absolute mountain of it right there beside our glorious washer and dryer. So, thanks to Pinterest, I got creative.
We had an older washer break, and apparently it is not something Miss Fix-it here can fix. Being as it is an older washer and repairing may be an endless pit, we have decided to replace it. Does anyone have a washer they’d recommend? Has anyone ever purchased a refurbished appliance, and how did that work out?
The laundry room has been a sticking point as we put together out house. It was such a cramped, cluttered nightmare that no one would want to see. U to the G-L-Y. BUT NOW, thanks to a polka dot stencil and some turquoise paint, my much-prettier washer and dryer are leading the way in laundry beautification.
I installed this door over our laundry room after we dumpster-dove it, so I wasn’t surprised that a panel popped out before long. I took this fixit project as an opportunity to make the whole shebang a lot prettier.
When one thinks about the easiest room in her or his house to makeover which is it? The bathroom? Guest room? Mudroom?
In our house it was most definitely the laundry room. So off to Lowe’s we went with a soothing vision dancing in our head. And we killed it.
WHO WANTS TO LOOK AT A LAUNDRY ROOM?
I hear it. I know you read the title and you’re yelling at me through the computer right now.
But Sara sent her laundry room to me last week — and a couple other totally impressive renovations — I have to go with the lowly laundry room. She rocked it!