I'm so excited to finally share our laundry room makeover with you! I'm not the best at waiting for things so this has been torture not being able to share until now. WARNING: I will use the word "love" a lot because I'm so thrilled with how this room turned out! lol
So just to remind you where we are coming from, and tease you a bit, here is the before:
And here is the after!!! Woohoo!!!
This v-groove wood on the wall was my last minute tweak I added two days before the reveal. I felt like the walls were too blah and needed a little somthin somethin- this was it! I'll have you know I did it pretty much by myself too! Dan did all of the sawing but it was pre-cut to half wall size so his work was pretty quick. SO thankful for his help with everything! Do you like it? I love the pop of cheerful blue. So cute! (If I say so myself...)
In love with the wallpaper and how much personality it adds to this tiny room. Also in love with how this counter top turned out. Can you believe we made this wood counter for under $100?!
Found the perfect spot for the vintage art I found a while back. Fits like a glove.
As soon as I saw that cute striped hanging basket on the McGee and Co site I knew it would make the perfect dryer lint keeper.
It was truly my lucky day when I found that vintage washboard! Its so perfect for this room and so charming. I love to have a piece of history in my designs when I can. The basket will be perfect for holding all of those things we find in pockets while doing the wash- stickers, band aids, coins, toys.... you know what I'm talking about...
So that's it! My new laundry room in all of her glory. Yes she is a lady, and she is lovely ; ) Thank you so much for your support and for stopping by to see all of the photos.
Thank you to House Beautiful and One Room Challenge for hosting this event. I had a blast and will definitely be participating again in the future.
Hop over to the One Room Challenge website and see ALL of the finished rooms! These people have serious talent. You don't want to miss it!! You can click my post title and it'll take you right there.