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Industrial Laundry Hoop

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I gave my son and industrial, construction nursery. He's not old enough to take care of his own laundry just yet but you better believe I'm paving the way to get him helping ASAP.
  • industrial laundry hoop, laundry rooms, wall decor
I used pallet wood to make the backboard. Just cut to the size I wanted - used to pieces to mount it to in the back with wood glue.
  • industrial laundry hoop, laundry rooms, wall decor
I stained the wood with homemade vinegar stain (recipe on my blog) and stenciled the words "laundry hoop" onto the backboard.
  • industrial laundry hoop, laundry rooms, wall decor
I used tin snips to remove the bottom of a $3 waste basket from Target.
  • industrial laundry hoop, laundry rooms, wall decor
I the drilled holes in the backboard and attached the waste basket with a zip tie.
  • industrial laundry hoop, laundry rooms, wall decor
We screwed the backboard to the wall and put this laundry cart I found for $25 at Home Goods underneath.
  • industrial laundry hoop, laundry rooms, wall decor
  • industrial laundry hoop, laundry rooms, wall decor
If you'd like to see the rest of the projects in his room I'd love to have you visit my blog. Www.pinterestingplans.com

Material I used for this project:

  • Pallet wood, waste basket   (Target, home goods)

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Got a question about this project?

  • Sandra Crosbie

    That is a fantastic idea. Great incentive for older children to put their clothes in for laundry.

  • Catalilly
    Catalilly Detroit, MI

    Great ideal could have used chicken wire

  • Sandy Hartnett
    Sandy Hartnett Philadelphia, PA

    Oh you are the clever mom! Wish I had thought of such a cute idea! Hugs

  • Denisewhiteside1965

    That is so great! I raised 3 boys. It would have been a wonderful help and entertainment at the same time.

  • Grandmasue10

    I was going to correct your spelling of Chute, but now I get it. Definitely a laundry Shoot! How clever!

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