I will be the first to admit that laundry is not my favorite thing to do. One reason is because it feels like it never ends! There’s always going to be laundry to do, so my philosophy is why not try to make the best of it by making a space that’s organized, functional and aesthetically pleasing?
I have to admit that I was a little apprehensive at first to take on this project. I thought it would be much harder than it really was but believe me, it was so EASY! If you can sew a straight line than you can make this.
Hello friends The laundry room is coming along and I’m excited to show you the latest project!
To add a little fun and whimsy to the room I decided to add this cool word art. I didn’t want to make the words too bold and steal the show from the shutters, so I painted them the same color as my walls. It almost looks like the letters are 3-dimensionally sticking out of the wall. Such a cool effect! I got letters in various sizes and styles from JoAnns and Michaels. It was fun to mix it up a little!
This is a fun and easy project that anyone can do in any room in their home. To hang the letters I just used the Command picture hanging strips again (LOVE these things!) No damage to your walls and easy to hang up!
More fun laundry room projects are on the way so check back soon!
This weekend I got to spend some time at my grandparent’s cabin with the kiddos. We had a BLAST but it did set me back a little bit on my laundry room projects. Time to get back to work and show you what I’ve finished so far!
Remember those hangers that I gave you a sneak-peek of in my last post? Well here’s how they turned out!
These were so easy to make and I love that now I have some custom art for my wall! (see previous post here on how to make them)
The laundry room is coming along
I’ve already shown you my first project (my DIY indoor shutters) and now I have a couple more projects that I’ve been working on.
I wanted to do some sort of unique feature wall and came up with an idea using hangers. Yep, regular old wire hangers covered in fabric. I had some leftover fabric from my pillows so it was budget friendly too
This project was so simple and I thought it would be a fun thing to do with my daughter, Kamry.
So, here’s all of my scrap fabric I had to use in all different colors and patterns. This is a great way to make use of those small pieces of fabric you’re not sure what to do with.
I’m so excited to share this project with you all! It was so easy to do and cost less than $20 to make!