Sewing A Skirt For My Utility Sink
After building the lid for my utility sink to create more countertop space, I also wanted to make the space look “pretty”.
The lid helped to make the utility sink more utilitarian.
The skirt helped make the sink more enjoyable to look at (and to hide things behind).
I used a tension rod between the wall and the washing machine.
I sewed a simple pocket across the top of the fabric and slid the rod through the hole. Easy!
Now I can hide all my painting supplies under the sink. It works great because after washing my paint brushes in the sink, I can just toss them under the sink to store.
Other Laundry Room Makeover Projects:
Links for details on the individual Laundry Room Makeover DIY Projects:
- Installing New/Old Cabinets For Storage
- Even MORE Countertop Space – Building a “cabinet” between the washer and dryer with 2×4’s
- Built in Corner Shelves – a basement “pantry”
- Built in Shelves for Laundry Baskets
- DIY wall folding drying rack
- DIY Fold-Away ironing board
- Utility Sink Cover Tutorial
- Bringing it all together – artwork and details – The Final Reveal!