We have been wildly busy reorganizing our house over the past week or so, and in the process trying to actually decorate the spaces we've already finished. Crazy, I know. So we've had various small projects going to try and "finish off" the rooms. One such project: a laundry chute for our newly almost-complete master bathroom. Hubs wanted to get the laundry baskets out of the bedroom closets, and since our bathroom is on the first floor, he figured he could make a hole to the basement to drop the clothes into. Problem was, our bathroom is over the unfinished portion of the basement. It opened into the shop, which right now is often sawdusty. My task: create a cloth chute to protect the clothes and to help guide them into the laundry basket. 2 yards of 120-inch long muslin (who knew there was such a thing??) and a little time with my new friend the sewing machine and here we go:
Plop! It works great and it's so fun to throw our clothes down there. It doesn't take much, does it?
Anyone else been working on a fun project?