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Laundry DIY Storage Cabinets

By: Mrballeng from instructables.com
Updated October 27, 2020
Laundry DIY Storage Cabinets
Laundry DIY Storage Cabinets
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Do you need more storage space in your laundry room that's contained and looks nice? If you have the space, try making these Laundry DIY Storage Cabinets. DIY built in cabinets are a great way to tuck away things that need to be stored, but are a bit of an eyesore. This DIY storage project will give you plenty of space for all your laundry soap, dyer sheets, fabric softener, stain remover, bleach, and anything else you need to store. Try this wood project to add storage space to your laundry room.

Estimated Cost$31+

Time to CompleteLonger than a weekend

MaterialsWood

Primary TechniqueWood Crafts

Intermediate

Project TypeMake a Project

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These laundry DIY storage cabinets turned out nice. If you have a space such as this, this is the perfect solution. The space over my washer / dryer is not set off by itself but I can see hanging a prefabricated cabinet nearby for storage.

The things you can do when you have the proper equipment. I would love to complete projects like this but I do not have the equipment. Currently, my husband and I rent and I could not do this in our apartment even if I wanted to. I am saving this to my account so that I can have it in the future.

I live in a mobile home, that I've been "rehabbing" and am thinking of installing some storage cabinets over my laundry area. I need something that will not get in the way of the washer lid that opens from the top. I'll check this project out a bit further. But, I must add something about my mobile home's walls. They're not made from drywall material..all my walls are made of "wall paneling" and not that thick at all. I'll probably tackle the laundry cabinet project, once I get my back bathroom totally rehabbed. My mobile home was "manufactured" back in 1977 and I'm trying to bring it into the "current" times!

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