Laundry Room Renovation!
How's this for some before pictures!? Don't you love the peeling wallpaper, dated cabinetry, and nasty floor!? I love that there was storage in the space but I obviously needed a little more to help me get organized. At first I was going to give it a spruce, a new floor, and wallpaper removal/paint but once I started the project, I just went completely crazy and put everything I wanted to in the space. It is my hideout away from the mess of the kiddo. A place not only for me to do the endless laundry but to craft and sew, wrap presents etc.
Ahhh, a breath of fresh air! I seriously hang out in this tiny room... I found all the art on etsy and had the roman blind custom made. I had the same fabric so I re-upholstered a dining chair and spray painted it pink for a punch of whimsy. My favorite parts of this room are the built in wallpaper racks and the re-purposed drop leaf dining table. I found the dining table and chair at a thrift store for $100 (I like to really dig). Took some stripping, sanding, staining, and chopping up but it came out so pretty and functional in the end. Well worth the effort! My contractor, David, did all the hard stuff from putting together this built in wall of cabinets and table to the 6' wood paneling. Oh! and my favorite stone is on the floor. 12x12 carrara marble tiles in a running bond pattern.
Huge thank you as usual to my wonderful contractor who takes my vision and improves it! I love every inch of this room, so many details!!
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