The purpose of the title is to reveal our...BRAND...NEW...LAUNDRY ROOM!
Before, our washer and dryer sat in a cove in our garage. Not a huge problem, but we couldn't leave clothes in the laundry room to air dry. They would smell like gasoline if we did. It also meant our washer and dryer always had a layer of dirt and dust on it. Don't even get me started on the bugs. I was always checking for bugs (specifically, prehistoric-size tree roaches...a common problem here) before walking out there.
We were lucky because somebody had already hung a door in the cove for easier access to the washer and dryer. That meant we only had to add a wall and do some minor electrical work in order make an indoor laundry room!
Please excuse the poor picture quality. I used my iPhone to take these.
|before. standing in the garage looking into the cove.|
|Mark and I had stained the concrete a few weeks earlier.|
It was cheaper and easier than tile.
|Shorty and Pop framing the wall and running wire for an outlet.|
|Pop and I. We had to tape and floating the wall.|
I didn't do much, but I'm good at folding the tape. :)
And never underestimate the value of a good project supervisor.
Love the yellow walls!
|New cabinets look much nicer than the warped shelves from before.|
Thank you so much, Shorty and Pop! We really appreciate you taking two weekends out of your busy schedule to help us with this project. Chloe will be paying you with cuddles a long time for this one!
good job - and lets hope the large tree roaches stay away LOL! Ewww!ReplyDelete
Pretty pretty. Everyone needs a supervisor looks like you handled everything really well. I know you will enjoy it a lot if you can say laundry is a joy.ReplyDelete
Thats what parents are good for. We like to help our kids. The new room is very pretty and useful. Good job and well done. Some day you will be doing the same thing with Chloe and her family.ReplyDelete