These are four mini-cubby units from Closetmaid. They are just the right size for my smaller pieces of cotton fabrics. I love it. I waste a lot of time just going in there and staring at this wall :)
One of the things I love about this house is that it has a laundry ROOM. It's the size of a small bedroom, right off the kitchen. So nice with because my family of seven plus the occasional houseguest = lots of laundry. I love being able to leave the ironing board up, and thanks to the tile floors I can hang wet things up to dry without any worries. I did just declutter in here, hauling off to the thrift store a trunkload of outgrown clothes and shoes, and bags of fabric that I could not think of any potential use for. Remembering that this is a constant work in progress, here is a mini-tour.
This wall backs up to the kitchen. (Yes, that's another sewing machine, but that's a story for another day.) The blue basket holds current projects.
I keep my patterns in the bottom drawer of the buffet. The other drawers are stuffed with various sewing supplies, fabrics, etc.
Sew Beautiful magazines (I learned a lot about sewing from those mags). The pink toolbox was a thrift store find and makes a great sewing "basket." The stacking boxes are also from the thrift store and hold various supplies like elastic, piping cord, stuff like that. The feather dusters make a fluffy bouquet.
This is a view of the inside of the upper cabinet. It holds larger pieces of fabric: linens, home dec weight, some clothing weight stuff.
And I thought about trying to hide the washer and dryer, but HEY! this is a LAUNDRY room. It's a working room. You can see I have lots of ironing I could do if I wanted:) I do have some ideas to make this look better, but a little at a time, eh?
I hope you have enjoyed my little tour. I know I am very nosy about other people's houses myself. And also I like recording it for the sake of my own memory. We don't always record the details of our everyday life and later on those are some of the things we want to remember.