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First Project!

April 7, 2012 |
posted by katiea40
About This Project

I saw this and thought - FINALLY...the answer to my laundry chaos! My husband built it for me this weekend with a couple of minor modifications. He put casters on the bottom, so I can move it to clean and sweep. He also added clear plastic drywall corner protectors over the 2x2's so that they paint is protected when the baskets slide in and out! Pretty clever!

Oh, and I thought I was being super creative when I picked the color - and then saw that it is the EXACT color that you painted it! So much for that creative spark - but, I'll work on it!

Thanks for the plans!

Estimated Cost: 
$100
Estimated Time Investment: 
Afternoon Project (3-6 Hours)
Required Skill Level: 
Beginner
Type of Wood: 
He used cabinetry plywood and 2x2's
Finish Used: 
Primed and painted with high gloss finish.

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