My Laundry Room Reveal

Hi all! Today, I’m showing you my finished laundry room.  I already shared little peeks into the room during the Spring Into Organization Blogger Home Tour.

To prep for the tour, I painted the room, made a curtain, added knobs to the cabinet doors, hired my cabinet guys to build a counter for the top of the washer and dryer and had my father-in-law install it (he installed the chandelier at Christmas time.)  I also made some labels for the baskets, organized the sewing supply cabinets, bought some décor pieces and then put it all together to look like so…

I do LOVE my laundry room.  I certainly have no problems spending time in here.
I LOVE the glass jars. These ones hold potpourri, clothes pins and oxi-clean.
The chandelier is from Ikea.
These trays are from Ross.  I got them on clearance, because they’re missing a few diamonds,  BUT I just turn them, so the missing parts are in the back, you’d never even know. The larger one holds towels that I use in the room…
and a smaller one holds dryer sheets.
The counter is the perfect spot for folding.

a rod for hanging smaller items and to hold my hangers.
These baskets hold clean folded clothes.  They’re from Ikea.
I made these labels out of t-shirt transfers and material.  I show you how to make them HERE.
Underneath are two dirty clothes drawer pull-outs.  Perfect for sorting the clothes.  If you don’t have anything like this, options can be found: here and here and here.

Wall hooks from Ikea for hanging clothes.
and an ironing board holder attached to the back of the door.
I made this faux roman shade, similar to the way Centsational Girl made hers.  She has a great tutorial for those of you who’d like to make one and an awesome laundry room too!

The other side of my laundry room has a place for my sewing machine and supplies.
and a basket for socks.
Earlier this week, I showed you my sewing cabinets all organized.
Go here to see the full detailed post.
The edit-able and printable sewing cabinet labels can be found HERE and HERE. They are blank labels that you can type in your own wording, giving you the option to label or tag whatever you wish.
Inside the closet I store more baskets for clean and folded clothing.
These BLANK printable labels can be found in my shop here.  Use these ones to label or tag whatever you want as well.

Now the before and after together of my laundry room:
Just a few changes can make a big difference in a room.


To learn more about how I keep my laundry room clean and organized, view this post here.

In case you’re curious, here’s the source list for the room:

Before wall color:  Sherwin Williams (SW 6121) Whole Wheat
After wall color:  Similar to Devine Mocha
Curtain: Handmade, material from Hancock Fabric
Glass Jars: Fred Meyer
Tray holders for rolled towels & dryer sheets: Ross
Mirror: Ross
Sewing stool: Ross
Labels: Delightful Order Etsy Shop

That completes my laundry room reveal.  It feels so great to have this room done, and now that it’s finished and I love it, it makes for doing laundry half enjoyable ;)

May you be a little inspired!
Until next time,

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