While my Mister and the kids enjoyed the beautiful sunny weather this past weekend, I was working away in the house. My Saturday "morning" project of painting the laundry room ended up taking me all day as I unexpectedly decided to install our new counter top above the washer and dryer at the same time. We're still working on some finishing touches in the space, but I did manage to complete our laundry room art gallery and am exited to share it with you today. I even have a special little gift for each of you -- a free printable available for download. Woot-woot!
I am constantly confused by the icons on the laundry labels so I love-love-love this laundry "cheat sheet" (download it for free here). It is available in four different colors; I chose the yellow in order to add a little more color into the room.
Since the graphic was created for a square frame, I used a blue and white trellis wrapping paper for the background. The wrapping paper is from T.J. Maxx and I can't wait to find other uses for it.
I have seen this laundry room subway style art floating around Pinterest for a while now. The colors were a perfect match for my space and I used leftover wrapping paper from the medicine cabinet as matting.
With two toddlers in my house, messes are inevitable. I knew I wanted a stain removal guide as part of my art gallery and since I couldn't find one that quite met my needs, I decided to create my own. And because I adore you all so much, I am providing it for you for to download FREE here. You're welcome!
It is amazing how adding art to a wall can complete a space and bring a polished look to a room. Without the art, the laundry room is just a place to wash clothes and store cleaning supplies. But somehow, with the art, it becomes an actual legit room in the house. Suddenly it is an inviting place that I want to spend time in. Imagine, wanting to spend time in your laundry room! Never thought I would say that!
Stay tuned for more of our laundry room makeover, as well as an answer to your burning basket questions!
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