I posted back in September about my big laundry room redo (or should I say, my small laundry room redo). It was a big job, but it’s a small room, and when I finished my post, I still had a few things to do. Here was the finished project:
Here was my biggest trouble area–the cramped and messy area under the stairs. I was hoping to find a metal cabinet at the Nashville flea market to fit here, but I knew the odd dimensions would make it tricky.
But, as luck would have it, I found one! It was yellow but in pretty good shape for a vintage piece–no rust and it was clean. I brought it home for $30 and spent another $15 on spray paint. Here it is in its new place of honor:
I also managed to snag some tiny white lamp shades for my chandelier at the Goodwill. They’re even smaller than regular-sized chandelier shades, and I think they finish it off nicely. They were $0.99 apiece–one of the main reasons that I love Goodwill. Incidentally, I found a pair of Mini Boden pants for my daughter there that same day, in absolutely perfect condition, for $3.49. Score!
Last (and least), I found a darling pendant at the flea market that kind of sums it all up: yes, I am a flea market queen. It’s draped around my lotion bottle right now.
I have about a thousand other things to do around the house, but I’m feeling Thanksgiving (and then Christmas) breathing down my neck, so I’m not sure just how productive I’ll be between now and then in terms of home improvement. I did get a nail gun for my birthday, so I can’t wait to try that out! Thanks for stopping by…