Wooden Laundry Basket Ideas

Nov 11th

Wooden laundry basket – cart endless baskets of laundry to and from the laundry room on the wash day can be tiring. A rolling laundry shopping cart can give your arms a break while keeping enough space to organize your laundry and keep it out of the way until laundry day. By placing three laundry baskets on top of each other, you can save the entire family dirty laundry in the same footprint of a single laundry basket. Roll the cart to the laundry room on laundry day and push the clean laundry tray out when you are done.

Wooden Laundry Basket Ideas
Wooden Laundry Basket Ideas

DIY rolling wooden laundry basket, sand all edges of wood with sandpaper to remove any rough spots or splints. Place a 16 with 35 inch piece of MDF on the work surface on its narrow edge. Apply a strip of tassim along the bottom shorter edge of the board. Place one16 with 22 1/2 inch MDF on work surface at its narrow edge at the bottom of the 35-inch piece to make an “L” shape. Apply a strip of wood glue to the bottom 16-inch edge of the last 16. With 35-inch piece of MDF. Set “U” piece of shape upright on the work surface. Apply a strip of wood to both side edges. Put the last 16 with 22 1/2 inch piece on top and sideways. Attach the top piece to each side piece with three wooden screws at each end. This makes a rectangle frame.

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Then to make wooden laundry basket, place rectangle frame flat on work surface. Line a wheel with a corner of the bottom of the cabinet. Mark with a pencil the location of each screw hole. Drill pilot holes on each pencil brand. Dress a caster at the bottom of the cabinet with pilot holes. Screw the caster into place with the supplied hardware. Flip the cabinet again and measure along the high edge of the cabinet from the bottom and make a mark of 10 inches, 22 inches and 33 inches.