My laundry "room" is more like a laundry "closet" which is totally fine by me. (see first sentence ^) It has all of the essentials and it's between the family room and kitchen which is the most lived in area of the house. #love Brian installed some shelves for me when we first moved in, our beautiful front loading washer and dryer arrived a week after closing and that was that.
A few days ago, my mom told me she wants to do a laundry room make over project. Now, homegirl has a room unlike my closet. My eyes grew bright at the thought of helping her with her project. (We have a shopping date tomorrow for said project.) I immediately went online and while pinning laundry room ideas, I stumbled across these ADORABLE laundry room prints for FREE by Shabby Creek Cottage. < You can print yours for free by clicking the link.
I just can't get enough! I love them! I saw them and knew I had to have them! I followed the owner's advice, blogger Gina, and had them printed at Staples for $0.22 each and then picked up 4 clipboards for $2. Less than $10 for this cute little spice up isn't too shabby if you ask me!
I added some mason jars filled with typical laundry room goodies. Scooped up everything from the Dollar Tree for.......................... you guessed it, $1 !!!!!!!!
|I also organized cleaning supplies, rags and dusters in these bins from the Dollar Tree. I have them categorized household, dusters/rags and laundry. I might get cute label stickers to stick on the bins. :)|
I literally clipped the prints onto the clipboard and then stuck them to the wall. It might have taken 2 minutes.
|We have a wicker laundry basket upstairs but I like to keep a small one in the laundry room for downstairs for bathroom and kitchen towels.|
What does your laundry room look like? I can't wait to start my Mom's laundry room project and share on the blog.
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