Ugly Duckling Laundry Room

August 23rd, 2010 in member junk     
LadyCatherine LadyCatherine, member
4 users recommend

Ugly Duckling Laundry Room Transformed.  My laundry room had in full view the ugly hot water tank and I didn't have a "hidden"place to store my ironing board when not in use.  While out walking in neighborhood, one of my neighbors had a really ugly nasty bifold closet door sitting for the trash. The wheels started turning and I brought the "misfit" home.  Behold the transformation ugly duckling laundry room transformed into a chic laundry room. And the best part.  It was FREE with exception of a little paint and hardware.  Pretty and useful!!

Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Ugly Duckling Laundry Room Transformation
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Comments (9)

k9signs writes: Clever! I have a friend who's bathroom is similar. I will pass this along to her. Posted: 11:04 pm on August 26th
chippingcharm writes: Ah-haa...a wonderful transformation! Laurel Posted: 10:34 pm on August 24th
54girl writes: Very nice!! What a great way to hide the hot water tank!! Mary Posted: 5:55 pm on August 24th
RustyDiva writes: Nice job! I have a fear of gas and worry about the door so close to a pilot (even though it's all covered up) Guess I'm a little paranoid haha. Would love one of those tiny waterless electric jobbers but who can afford one! Posted: 9:50 am on August 24th
Grasshopper22 writes: What a great idea to hide something!!! Posted: 8:43 am on August 24th
MakinItHappen writes: Ingenious, fantastic! I love it!!! Posted: 11:02 pm on August 23rd
AuctionAddiction writes: I had the same problem as you, I used three louvered doors to hide my water heater. Two at the front and one on the side. Posted: 8:53 pm on August 23rd
MossyLady writes: Very nice, and you can't beat the price. I think even the most die-hard junkster has a hard time making a hot water heater into a thing of beauty all by itself. (Is it possible, Sue?????) The doors are much more attractive, yet movable for repair purposes. Great job! Posted: 8:16 pm on August 23rd
TracyMB writes: Wow... great idea! Love the hooks you added. Glad it wasn't a windy day or you may of had an exciting flight home! :) Posted: 7:29 pm on August 23rd
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