With three kids and all the time I spend in my laundry room, I decided it was time for a DIY laundry room makeover.
Below is a before photo of my laundry room. Between the green cabinets and lack of natural light, it was a dark space.
And here is the brighter (and much happier) after!
For $200, here’s what I did:
- Painted the cabinets
- Removed cabinet doors and painted their interiors
- Updated the cabinet hardware
- Hung fabric on the wall
- Painted the faucet
I painted the cabinets using Amy Howard At Home One Step Paint. The cabinets were painted in Linen and the inside of the open cabinets was painted in Vintage Affliction. I’ll be sharing the tutorial for painting the cabinets soon!
The hardware was updated with Hickory Hardware. The knobs are Hickory Hardware’s 1-1/4 In. Tranquility Veneti Bronze with Light Almond Cabinet Knob.
The drawers all have Hickory Hardware’s Cup Pull.
I added fake boxwoods and storage baskets to the open cabinets. I also put my laundry supplies in cute glass containers I found on Amazon. I spray-painted the lids gold, and here are the affiliate links:
I painted my faucet to match the cabinet hardware.
And my favorite update is the fabric wall. I used liquid starch to hang it, and you can see the full tutorial HERE.
Do you think my $200 was well spent on my DIY laundry room makeover? Maybe now I won’t dread laundry quite so much!
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6 thoughts on “DIY Laundry Room Makeover”
I officially have laundry room envy. 😉 Those walls are fantastic – can’t wait to see your tutorial!
It looks wonderful! I look forward to your instructions on doing the fabric wall. A great transformation!