Now, in full transparency, this is the laundry room remodel 2.0. In all actuality, we did a little work right when we moved in because I just had to update it to match our style until we could fully remodel it. (See photo above!)
We knocked down the cabinets because they were more than we needed in there and we wanted to open it up. Jason hung up a ladder that we used for hanging clothes and it was cute and worked great but now we are ready for something a bit more glam and gold!
We’ve been here three years now so it was more than time for an upgrade. Plus we just finished the master bathroom and we were on a roll so we went for it!
And when I say ‘went for it’ I really mean it. This space is BOLD and FUN and COLORFUL, and I’m actually a little excited to do laundry now!
So here’s what we did.
Laundry Room Remodel
I’ve been REALLY fascinated with this bright green color since I’ve seen it on a few places on Instagram and it makes me feel HAPPY so the cabinet color choice was an easy one!
I started to work with Dorrie from Simple Southern Charm (who does virtual design) and we looked at several green shades. This was the final choice.
We also looked at a ton of wallpaper options because I knew I wanted something fun and different.
You can find the wallpaper here from an Etsy store called Scandinavian Workshop.
We also had them add an open cabinet. We left it open (as opposed to putting a cabinet door on it) because even though it’s probably not the prettiest for a blog post, it needed to be practical for us. So they added a narrow cabinet which is perfect for what we need! You can find the white baskets here.
We got this really cute Lucite Projection hook off an Etsy store. It works perfect for hanging Ari’s little clothes.
I added some decor like this ‘Alexa, do the laundry.’ I painted the frame myself from an old one I had in storage. Find a similar print (unframed) here.
The light fixture came Sazerac Stitches in Mustard color.
The wooden baskets came from At Home and are sold out. Find similar baskets here.
I asked the contractor to add a pullout drawer trash because frankly I can’t stand having a trash visible.
This blue hex tile came from The Tile Shop in Shawnee,Kansas.
The ‘Lost Socks Seeking Soulmates’ sign is from Amazon: find a similar one here.
We replaced the countertops with a simple white corian countertop.