Hey Ya’ll. I promised you pictures of my remodel. Then I kind of panicked because I am super private. I think it is best we start slow with the seemingly impersonal laundry room. The true test of an organized home lies in the arrangement of the difficult spots like corners, cabinets, and closets. That’s why I think it is worth showing you a room as ordinary and traditionally unattractive as the laundry room/broom closet. This is not some Martha Stewart staged photo-op shit, a person actually lives here and uses this laundry room, so please align your expectations accordingly. To properly grasp the proportion, understand we are talking about an 800 square foot, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom space. When I got my hands on it, it hadn’t been updated since the late 70′s. It was a total gut remodel. The layout was extremely funky. Prior to my reconfiguration, one accessed the miniscule, dark laundry closet through a folding door from the kitchen. You can see it here behind Steve. (Also note the very sexual vinyl floors. Try to withhold your jealousy.)Since I’m not a fan of lint dust in my kitchen, I walled up the kitchen/laundry access and opened up the hallway coat closet and laundry area into a larger laundry room/broom closet. I purchased a unitized Kenmore washer and dryer combo unit from the Sears Outlet. (I wouldn’t necessarily recommend going that route on appliances.) The floating shelves are from IKEA.