What Jenny had to say BEFORE the challenge started:
“Laundry room/closet/store room. We have a very small house so I need to make the most of this space as my master closet/laundry room/storage area. I need this room to have a place to sort and organize laundry for a family of five so I can keep the mountains of clothes from getting out of control!” ~Jenny
What Jenny has to say AFTER:
“My laundry room/closet is now officially junk free! I didn’t get to add the last bit of shelving onto the open wall at the end of the room due to a busy weekend and a snow storm keeping us from making it to Menards to pick up the wood and brackets, but I’m happy with the room all the same. It is clean, organized and functional! All in all I think we’ve invested about $250 into the project on lumber, insulation and paneling to completely close this room off from the other living space in the basement and to insulate the outside walls. My hubby built a fantastic laundry sorting station to the left of my washer that has been helping me keep the laundry piles under control. We aren’t finished with the ceiling and the window yet because we just aren’t quite sure what we want to do with them yet. In time we will figure them out.
Wow, you can walk through now! Great job, Jenny!
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