DIY Laundry Room Crates

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  1. Cheryl says:

    These are a great way to hide “the stuff”.
    Do you have something on the bottom of the crates so that it doesn’t scratch your floor?

    • Shayna says:

      Thank you, Cheryl! They are a great way to hide stuff! πŸ™‚
      Yes, we have 4 felt furniture circles on the bottom of each of the crates. I didn’t want them to scratch up the floor!

  2. I too am working on my laundry room and I think yours is fabulous. Liking the rustic touch of
    those crates.

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU! I’m lovin’ the rustic vibe too! I hope your laundry room is coming along nicely. πŸ™‚

  3. Shayna,
    I love these crates! What a great idea and they look sooo much better than the before pic. It’s amazing all of the little fun things we can do in our homes to make it ours and fit our style. Great job to you the the Hubby!
    xo, Jennifer

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so very much, Jennifer! I’m loving them too… and they do look sooo much better than before! πŸ™‚
      Have a great weekend!

  4. M says:

    Nicely done, team WGC!!! It really brings the laundry room together. My handsome hubbylicious/helper is hanging shelves, as I write…can’t wait to decorate them:)

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU, M! I think it really brings it together too!
      Isn’t it great to have a handy hubby? Enjoy your shelves… and decorating them! πŸ™‚

  5. Looks great! I found you on the TT&L linky and am going to snoop around. =)

  6. I LOVE those crates!! It looks so nice and rustic/modern in your laundry room. What a great idea!

  7. nowathomemom says:

    the crates are beautiful so much better than plastic baskets; what a difference they made to your space, it looks complete! πŸ™‚ your husband did a great job on these and love how you can even put extra pillows or covers inside of them and no one has to see what’s there! πŸ™‚
    wish you a beautiful weekend Shayna

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, Ingrid! He did a fabulous job and I am so excited to have them done! They hold so. much.!
      Have a great weekend!

  8. Mandy Hank says:

    You are making some great progress- what a nice addition those crates are πŸ™‚

    Thanks for linking up to The Inspiration Gallery this week!

    Mandy @ The Hankful House

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, Mandy! We are making great progress… and I’m so happy to have these done! Life just got easier! πŸ™‚

  9. suburbsmama says:

    What a great idea! Love the stain on the crates. If you get a chance, please link this up to my linky party:

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much! I love the stain on them too!
      Thanks for inviting me to your party! I’ll be sure to link up! πŸ™‚

  10. Mindi says:

    Lol, you are punny!! Ha ha! I am LOVING your crates, and the whole room makeover!!

  11. These are awesome! I wanted to do something similar when we redid our laundry room but it was going to make my machines too high to have a useable countertop (I use the counter daily because it is also the mud room). These are so fabulous and convenient though, wish I could have them too! Great building work:)

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, Krista! I’m loving them! They not only look great, but they’re super functional! πŸ™‚

  12. Cynthia says:

    You and your husband are so talented, Shayna! Just wondering though…don’t you get a lot of vibration and noise from having your washer on a wooden platform? Mine sits on the pedestal sold with it, but on laminate flooring and we’ve had a terrible time keeping the washer “CALM”! I’d love to try something like this because my laundry room is the same size as yours and there’s no space for the baskets.
    Glad to find your site, from It’s Overflowing linky party.

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so very much, Cynthia! I’m happy you found me! Welcome to the WGC! πŸ™‚
      I know what you mean about the front load washer… luckily, we don’t have any problems with it on the pedestal. We had it built extra sturdy and the vibration is minimal, especially since we have placed a little piece of sticky backed sandpaper underneath the front of the washing machine’s legs. That has helped with the occasional “walk”. Before, we had the machine on concrete and it really moved. After every load I would need to pull it back in place. The sandpaper has worked wonders. We bought ours from our local appliance store, but they said our machine should have came with them.
      I hope that helps! πŸ™‚

  13. Dawn says:

    This is super cute, I am sharing it tonight on my FB page:) Readers will love it!

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  16. Dawn says:

    I saw you mention the console table at the beginning of the post and love that it is small and compact. Did you make it, too, or do you have a source?


  17. Karen says:

    Hi Shayna, I’m a long time reader and first time commenter. I know you probably can’t get a full on shot of the front of the W/D but I was wondering why two crates fit under the washer and only one under the dryer. I love those crates! Such a sleek/rustic finished look!

    • Shayna says:

      Thank you so much, Karen! We love our crates as well! I actually designed out washer and dryer platform to fit two crate on one side, and one on the other. The divider had to be there for support, so I worked around it! πŸ™‚

  18. Stephanie says:

    Wow, fantastic job. My laundry room is long and narrow as well and I will use yours as an inspiration as I redecorate. I noticed Anthony wasn’t wearing safety glasses in the pictures with the power tools, please remind him to use them. It would be terrible if an accident happened.

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