Well, she's not completely completed.
I still have baseboards to make and crown moulding to install, but that won't be 'til next week.
My washer has to sit out farther than my dryer so I can open the cabinet door when the washer lid is open. (just a weird arrangement)
Poor baby. She was really in bad shape and I hated going in there.
Remember this before pic? That pile of laundry in the back was my ironing pile. I hate ironing.
The shelf in the foreground was for stuff I didn't have room for in the kitchen. (or so I thought)
I finished my ironing (yay) and removed the shelf. I rearranged my pantry and found space for all of the stuff! Who knew?
Here's the ugly utility rack that I was tempted to throw away. I'm sure glad I didn't because she really cleaned up well. I spraypainted her with Oil Rubbed Bronze spraypaint and hung her back up.
Do you like my fly swatter cover? Hubs Oma made it when she was in her 80s.
Here's my cleaning center. Vacuum, Flip-it, swiffer, and cobweb getter.
First, I painted the circuit breaker with chaulk board paint and then I framed it out with some pine boards and white washed them. It makes a great magnetic/chaulk board.
I always keep the magnet around just in case I need a reminder. Did you notice it's hanging over my ironing basket?
Tomorrow, I'll post about how my cabinets are organized and how I store my iron and ironing board.