The laundry room is done, done, done! So that means it’s time for a full reveal of the space with everything decorated and pretty and not at all how it will be in real life! Ha! There’s also a ton of sources at the bottom in case you’re looking for similar items for your home!
This side of the room is where the biggest changes took place. Besides the immediate change from painting the walls, I created a drop zone for backpacks, updated a thrifted laundry cart, hung cabinets above the washer and dryer, painted the washer and dryer, created a ledge and installed a glass tile backsplash.
Here’s what it looked like before:
Just a tad different…
The cabinets serve their purpose as overflow pantry storage well.
And the washer and dryer are looking a lot fresher.
Oh and I can’t forget the lovely repurposed laundry detergent container.
Stepping back a little you can see the wood-toned light fixture I installed to replace the old fluorescent.
The opposite side of the room is nothing to scoff at either. The before picture really shows the lack of storage that was available before I got started.
The bins in the cubes are great for hiding smaller household items like light bulbs or batteries!
It definitely took me a lot longer to complete this from start to finish than I had originally thought and planned. It’s totally different working on a project that isn’t in your own home. Also there’s that little 1 year old cutie that slows me down. But the results make it worth it!
I’ve been citing sources as I’ve shared individual project tutorials. But I’m including them below as well so everything is in one spot! If there’s anything I missed that you’d like to know about, comment and I’ll let you know!
And a big thank you to Moen, Amerock, RYOBI, Aspect, and Kichler for donating tools and materials for this project!
Sorter Pulls – Amerock Hardware Sea Grass
Cabinet Knobs – Amerock’s Carolyne Collection
Wood Stain – Minwax Espresso
Hooks – Moen Hensley
Cube Organizer (similar)
Cabinets – Hampton Bay found at Home Depot
Washer and Dryer Paint – Rust-Oleum Professional Enamel Spray Paint in Stainless Steel
Wall Paint – Behr Offshore Mist
Thanks for Checking In with me throughout this project! I hope you’ll check back in again soon and see what else I’m up to. Hopefully I’ll be improving something at my own house ! ~ Chelsea