I think I might have a small obsession with laundry room makeovers. This is like the 4th one on this blog in the past 4 years: our first home, second home, my neighbor’s, and now this one…my brother’s house.
His family just moved into a brand new home and they wanted to get a couple rooms organized, especially the laundry room. With two young kids, they use this room more often than they’d like. This little niche seemed like the perfect place to add some organizational storage.
I actually decided to use a ClosetMaid SuiteSymphony™ 25 inch Starter Kit organizer for this space, something that would normally be used in a reach-in closet. I popped on their website and actually got to design the layout once I input the measurements of my space in their ClosetMaid® Easy-to-Use on-line Design Tool.
ClosetMaid.com was very helpful in showing several finishes and configurations, plus it created my SuiteSymphony™ shopping list right there!
The entire system took about 3 hours to install, including all 4 drawers. Much faster than I anticipated! And now they have so much additional storage in their laundry room! Loving those adjustable shelves behind the cabinet doors.I opted for 2 large drawers and 2 smaller drawers towards the bottom. Great place to store clean towels and blankets.
Now I still need to add the side shelves and some rods to either side of this closet unit to really finish the space, but I needed a certain metal saw to cut the metal rods. And there’s still a whole other side of the laundry room you guys need to see! We’re building a hamper storage unit with countertop so stay tuned for that tutorial!
But can you believe this ClosetMaid before & after?
Doesn’t even feel like the same space!
So one lucky reader is going to win one
ClosetMaid® SuiteSymphony™ 16 inch Starter Kit Organizer in Natural Gray.
To enter, just tell me where you would like more organization!
Winner will be chosen 2 weeks from today.
And stay tuned for the rest of this laundry room makeover!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of ClosetMaid via Burst Media. The opinions and text are all mine.