Happy Monday Morning!
I am in serious recovery mode from my amazing week at Blissdom!
I was completely exhausted when I got back home.
This week I will be sharing some pictures of Blissdom and a little of what I learned while I was there.
But for now, it’s time to get back into Organizing Mode!
I can tell that many of you are wearing down like I am with all this organizing stuff. We only had 10 link ups to my bathroom organization party compared to the 30 and 40 link ups for my closet and kitchen organization parties. (I will share the winner of the linky party giveaway at the bottom of this post.)
So come one, ladies! Let’s persevere!
There’s just one room left…
your laundry or mud room!
Since our laundry room is a new addition, I didn’t have any re-organizing to do, but I will show you some pictures of how we are storing our items in the laundry/mud room.
I built this shelf to hold some detergent and decor.
I will be sharing the tutorial of how to make this shelf later this week, so stay tuned! :)
I love seeing powder detergent in a glass jar in a laundry room, don’t you? And the clothespin jar was a Goodwill find for $2.00.
I am planning on putting any loose change that I find while doing laundry in the little fluted white bowl.
I found this cute little blue antique fan at a garage sale for about three bucks, I think.
My hubby also built some storage for shoes in our laundry/mud room.
I don’t know about you, but we seem to have shoes lying in the floor of every room of our house! Do you?
So we built a storage bench for shoes to hopefully help with this problem.
The lid of the bench lifts up and each boy has their own compartment in which to store their shoes.
So far, so good.
As you can tell in the next picture, I am still on the hunt for three matching baskets. It is an awkward size to find. I found these two at Marshall’s, and they fit perfectly, but I need one more!
I went to the other Marshall’s where I live, and they didn’t have any this size either. So I am still hunting for three matching baskets!
The hooks I got at Hobby Lobby. I got them half off for about 3 bucks a piece.
Here is what it looks like when you exit our kitchen into our laundry/mud room…
The boys hang their backpacks and coats on the hooks. They love having their own hook!
I store hats, scarves, and mittens in one basket, and the other basket holds lunch boxes.
There is a little water heater closet in the room too where I store dirty clothes, and extra cleaning supplies. I am still working on adding shelves to that closet, so I will share that later.
Now it is your turn this week to organize your laundry/ room. I know there are some great posts out there because I have seen them!
I will try to share some inspirational posts with you this week as you work on yours.
And we will have a Laundry/Mud Room Organization Linky Party on Friday!
Now it is time to jump on over to my sister’s blog to find out how to Organize your Service to Others.
This is so important!!!
And it’s probably a part of our hearts that we all need to work on.
So click on her button below to visit her.