This room doesn’t even look the same! I’ve lived in my home for over 3 years and the laundry room was functional but that’s where it ended. I’ve dreamt of putting some love into this room since I moved in. Well now I get to show you my dream in real life.
Before we get to the good stuff lets see the before. The washer and dryer didn’t have pedestals which made it annoying for me to get all the clothes out. No storage to hold all my party supplies and missing socks which was desperately needed.
It all started with this gorgeous wallpaper by Serena & Lily. This was my first time installing wallpaper that needed paste applied to it. To my surprise it was easier to install then anticipated. That was until I made one small mistake which would give the room another “upgrade”. When I was cutting the last section of wallpaper from the corner wall I accidentally went into the drywall and made a small gap. There wasn’t of way of covering it other then with a piece of trim. So that’s whey I decided adding board and batten trim to the rest of the non-wallpapered walls was the perfect plan.
Next up we created a “built-in” countertop and shelving. With some simple MDF from Home Depot and corbels from Amazon (linked HERE) we transformed this space!
One of my favourite things we did when designing the cabinetry is the laundry basket storage. It holds and hides so much dirty laundry!
Now let’s get to all the good stuff! Find below all the sources for the items I used in this space. If you have any questions as always please ask below in the comments.
Wash / Dry / Fold / Repeat Art Prints
White Glass Photo Frames
White Wall Circle Basket Set
White/Grey Plant Pots
Rolling Laundry Bin
Felt Dryer Balls
Wood Photo Frame
Wicker Storage Bench
Grey White Large Art
Design – Laura May Design
Photography – Brooklyn D Photography
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