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Homeowner’s Laundry Room Was an Absolute Wreck, But Then Household Scraps and $50 Came to the Rescue


In need of a laundry room remodel? You’re certainly not alone. Absolutely, just about every homeowner could use a little laundry room makeover from time to time. And some of us need it more than others. If that’s you, look no further than one very savvy Reddit user.

This homeowner was well aware the the laundry room needed some serious work; however, the smart DIY expert did not want to spend any more money than absolutely necessary to fix it. So after cleaning out the piles upon piles of clothes, storage, and other random objects, it was time to embark on a truly adventurous challenge—using 99 percent household scraps to do the laundry room remodel.

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And by golly, the homeowner not only pulled through with the mission, but also by the end of the journey had only spent a measly sum of $50. It may seem like leftover materials and such a small wad of cash wouldn’t get you far at all, but we can practically promise that the final product will blow away all your expectations. Though the final product shows no washing or drying machine photos, the homeowner clearly had a lot more room to make this a functional, attractive space—even when there were dirty clothes in the basket.

h/t Reddit

Check out the inspiring laundry room model for yourself in the jaw-dropping, yet totally simple, step-by-step photos below.

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