Laundry Room Reveal!

Hi everyone!
Today is the day. The laundry room is finished. Yay! We crammed a few DIY projects into this space that I’ll share over the next week or two, but today is picture day. Enjoy:)

Before we get to the all the pretty “afters”, let’s stroll down memory lane and see the disaster it was before.

Then I cleared it out and it was a slight improvement…

And now it’s much improved:)  New cabinets, new paint color, and lots of pretty accessories.  I’ll warn you, the picture quality isn’t the best.  No natural light in the room or nearby=weird colored pics, but I tried my best.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And just one more quick before and after for fun:

After:

I’ll have the complete how-to on the drying rack, cabinet painting, rope vases, and lots of details on the accessories.  Your turn.  Much better?  Any laundry room improvements you’d like to share of your own!?

 

 

 

Linking up to Traci’s Before and After Party!

These are the fabulous blog parties I link up to each week:

Tip Junkie: Tip Me Tuesday

Home Stories A to Z: Tutorials and Tips Tuesdays

Not Just a Housewife: Shoe Me What Ya Got

5 Days, 5 Ways

Remodelaholic: Blog Link Up

30 Handmade Days

Serenity Now

Tatertots and Jello: Weekend Wrap-Up

{Monthly}

Thrifty Decor Chick

 


Comments

  1. Kristen says:

    It looks awesome, Jess! I love the drying rack!

  2. Looks great! I love closed cabinets in laundry rooms :)

    You probably mentioned this in another Laundry Room post and I missed it – but how big is your room? Just curious because it looks SO much bigger with the cabinets/countertop at the end compared to the “before” picture!

    • Thanks, Ash! The room is about 6’x8′ and it feels so much bigger! I think it’s probably because there is a lot more room to walk around without all that cluttery mess:)

  3. I love the cabinetry color. And keeping all your junkola hidden in the laundry room is so great! Beautiful job!

  4. It looks great! So much prettier and more functional too! I love the color on the cabinets and the drying rack is awesome. Have a great day!

    ~Ellie @ beauty4ashes-ellie.blogspot.com

  5. I love your Life Gets Messy sign :) and I think your laundry room looks great! I wish we had one that big. :( Ours is just a little closet in our dining room so everything always spills out into the rest of the house.

    • Thanks, Hilary! I don’t think it matters the size…ours always spilt out too:) I’m hoping the new cabinets will at least hide some of our messiness. We’ll see:)

  6. Angela Jones says:

    WOW! What a huge difference! It looks just beautiful and I love the colors you used! That room was definitely worth the hard work; great job you two!!

  7. Its lovely!

  8. Really cute makeover. I love the vintage laundry art. I am about to redo my laundry in the next little while and am collecting inspiration.

  9. MIchelle says:

    Looks great. I have that weird corner between the cabinet and machines too!! i have no idea what to do with it.

  10. Jessie, I love your new laundry room. Everything turned out great. Stopping over from Serenity Now. :)

  11. Looks really nice!

  12. Your laundry looks great! I love the color that you chose for the cabinets. I am looking to redo my laundry room soon and this post is inspiring me to get going. Enjoy! Megan

  13. It looks soo good! I love how it looks with the shelves and your styling looks great!

  14. What a great place to do laundry. Now laundry gets a bit better to do. I like the colors you picked. Very calming. I finally emptied my laundry room of all the craft supplies {moved them upstairs to a new craft area} and love that I have my laundry room back. Now to get some washing done.

    • Thanks, Jeannette! I agree, it’s so nice to have a laundry room where you can actually get to the laundry!

  15. It’s lovely! What a transformation!

  16. What color of stain did you use on the cabinets ?

    Kristin

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