We are so excited to be playing in another One Room Challenge – a twice annual event where bloggers makeover a whole room in their house in just 6 weeks! We are so excited to be making over our Laundry Room this time! I am nervous because as I write this, we really haven’t done anything to prepare (usually by the time we start blogging I’ve got at least 2 weeks of content done!) and we are going out of town for a week in the middle. Eek! We will see how this goes.
Our laundry room is really a blank slate. Tan walls, popcorn ceilings, wire shelving. I am excited to infuse some fun and function into this space. The overall feel will be blue and white, mimicking the rest of our home. I am going to layer in natural wood tones, as well as woven and metal textures to give this space a layered look. Hopefully it is pretty straight forward and turns out to be really functional for us.
Laundry Room Design Plan
- Scrape the popcorn ceiling
- Remove all existing shelving
- Paint the walls and ceiling
- Add new custom wooden shelving
- Add a custom counter top
- Make DIY bins and an organization system for the shelving
- Hang a (reclaimed) cabinet) & re-hang the drying rod
- Replace the light fixture
- Add a decorative touch to the big white wall
I am really excited for this project because it will be a huge functionality boost for us, and it’s one of the last rooms in our house that is still in OG condition. Y’all, what am I going to do once I run out of rooms?!
Hanging and painting a reclaimed cabinet
Basket wall hangings
Be sure to check out all of the other bloggers participating in the challenge!
Hello, I’m Morgan, half of the creative force behind CharlestonCrafted.com! With a passion for DIY that dates back to 2012, I’ve transformed three homes and now I’m dedicated to helping others craft their dream spaces. Let’s turn your house into a home together!