Laundry Room Makeover

BHG.com Rooms Laundry Room Laundry Room Makeovers Laundry Room Makeovers Blend style and function with a laundry room makeover that uses do-it-yourself projects, smart storage solutions, and more to fit all your laundry needs. If you’re looking for quick and easy updates to increase the efficiency of your laundry room, check out our helpful tips and create a better laundry room on a budget. DIY storage projects such as refinishing cabinets and wardrobes will leave your space stylishly organized, while our free downloadable labels will keep laundry items in proper order. Add even more style to your laundry room with fun wall stencil ideas, fabric curtains, wall art, and storage basket ideas. Want to create the perfect laundry room from the ground up? Check out our laundry room design basics to learn about efficiency, practical utility placement, and other helpful extras that you might not have considered. You can even create a multitasking space that functions as a drop zone, entryway, laundry room, and storage area with help from our inspirational spaces. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Emaillaundry room makeover 1Laundry Room Makeovers Blend style and function with a laundry room makeover that uses do-it-yourself projects, smart storage solutions, and more to fit all your laundry needs. If you’re looking for quick and easy updates to increase the efficiency of your laundry room, check out our helpful tips and create a better laundry room on a budget. DIY storage projects such as refinishing cabinets and wardrobes will leave your space stylishly organized, while our free downloadable labels will keep laundry items in proper order. Add even more style to your laundry room with fun wall stencil ideas, fabric curtains, wall art, and storage basket ideas. Want to create the perfect laundry room from the ground up? Check out our laundry room design basics to learn about efficiency, practical utility placement, and other helpful extras that you might not have considered. You can even create a multitasking space that functions as a drop zone, entryway, laundry room, and storage area with help from our inspirational spaces.laundry room makeover 2Blend style and function with a laundry room makeover that uses do-it-yourself projects, smart storage solutions, and more to fit all your laundry needs. If you’re looking for quick and easy updates to increase the efficiency of your laundry room, check out our helpful tips and create a better laundry room on a budget. DIY storage projects such as refinishing cabinets and wardrobes will leave your space stylishly organized, while our free downloadable labels will keep laundry items in proper order. Add even more style to your laundry room with fun wall stencil ideas, fabric curtains, wall art, and storage basket ideas. Want to create the perfect laundry room from the ground up? Check out our laundry room design basics to learn about efficiency, practical utility placement, and other helpful extras that you might not have considered. You can even create a multitasking space that functions as a drop zone, entryway, laundry room, and storage area with help from our inspirational spaces.laundry room makeover 3One popular trend is to move your laundry center out of the laundry “room” to another part of the house. Many homeowners prefer to do their laundry closer to their bedrooms, so they aren’t lugging their clothes from one end of the house to the other. Those who enjoy spending time in the kitchen may want to include their laundry appliances in that space, or in a mudroom. If your project will include a large master bedroom suite, adding a laundry center to your walk-in closet or dressing area can add unparalleled convenience. Some larger homes add a secondary laundry area upstairs. If all of your family members sleep upstairs, a laundry center tucked in a hall closet makes it easy for even young children to fold and put away clothes that are still warm from the dryer and free of wrinkles.laundry room makeover 4Monica’s laundry room is more of a laundry closet– tiny, with no frills, but it’s functional. The problem was that it was chronically a mess. She needed to bring some order to the space, so it was time for a laundry room makeover. As you’ll see, with some paint and wooden crates, she created a laundry space that’s organized, stylish and a pleasure to work in.laundry room makeover 5I’m so jealous of your gorgeous laundry room. Now I’m inspired to do something with mine (in the basement). I’ve been looking at some different interlocking tiles and found some great ones that don’t even require the grout, they just lock together and are great for basements. I just might have to get some of those to upgrade my laundry room. Thanks again for the inspiration. Enjoy your new laundry room. (If you come upon that laundry fairy, send her my waylaundry room makeover 6I’m going to walk you through how I turned my really horrid laundry room into one of the prettiest laundry rooms I could ever hope for. And I did it all myself. I took on this room as part of my 30-Day June Room Challenge series, along with 43 other readers, and we vowed to transform just one space in our house in 30 days. (Want to join the next round of Room Challenges? Click below to sign up and I’ll email you when you’re ready for the next challenge!laundry room makeover 7I’ll just start this post with a confession.  I have a problem with doing laundry.  I wouldn’t say I hate it, anymore. I’m just really, really good at finding other, more important things to do than laundry.  The game changer in my attitude came from a speaker who suggested that you should turn the process of doing laundry into a time to be grateful.  So now, I consciously focus on how grateful I am for the family I wash for, grateful for the clothes we have, grateful that I actually have a washer and a dryer.  And now I can finally be grateful for this space, no matter how tiny and awkward it is.laundry room makeover 8Serena You were our fearless leader. Working. Still doing laundry during the challenge. Keeping me from not throwing in the towel. I love, love, love the entire huge laundry room. It even has a sink!! This is one nicely updated room. Having more baskets makes sorting easier. You didn’t even complain. You focused on the end result!!! Thank you again for being our strong leader who was down to earth. Yet enthusiastic. Thanks to all the friends I’ve met!! See you in Augustlaundry room makeover 9This laundry room was basically done from scratch. The clothesline was removed, the walls painted a solid white and the floors replaced. A washer and dryer were added with a marble counter on top, and matching wall cabinets provide the necessary storage. See the full makeover tutorials on paperdaisydesign.laundry room makeover 10reason, I love girly rooms. Feminine rooms with pinks and purples and prettiness (have you seen my laundry room makeover?). I think it all stems from when I was a little girl; even though I was a tomboy, I wanted alaundry room makeover 11A makeover for your laundry room could be as simple as a new hamper system or as elaborate as tearing down a wall. If your budget limits what you can do, consider brightening the space with color via paint or wallpaper and upgrading your storage containers or shelves. If you have cabinets, consider painting them a new color. Plain shelves can be dressed up with painted wood trim or a fabric drape.laundry room makeover 12I dislike doing the laundry too. I think some of it has to do with it being my chore while growing up. I was more excited about my mom getting a dryer than she was! Like you said some of it has to do with the area. Mine is a small stuck in the back of the house, small room off the kitchen. I need to take your ideas and dress it up, because your’s looks like a place I’d like to hide away in from time to time, even if it meant doing laundry!laundry room makeover 13DP_Jane-Ellison-country-style-laundry-room_4x3 Laundry rooms can often become a catchall for shoes, coats, backpacks, mail and anything else that can quickly get dropped off at the door. But these “chore rooms” don’t have to be merely industrial spaces; they can be just as clean, organized and designer-worthy as every other room in the house. From: Jane Ellisonlaundry room makeover 14We decided it was best for our family of six if Daddy (who’s way more organized than Mommy) took over laundry duty. He does an awesome job and actually puts all my clothes away, too. (Sorry ladies, he’s taken!) So, as I was planning on making over this laundry space, I knew it needed to be organized, functional, and kinda manly. It had to be inexpensive, too. My husband didn’t want to spend a lot on a room that only he spends time in.

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