There was a little refreshment in the laundry room a while ago. I’m so happy to share it with you. The top and bottom cabinets we added to this space a few years ago worked well and provided storage, but they happened to be unused and shrunk the space a bit too much. So we reuse cabinets from our pool house. Also, during the design of the future bedroom (opposite the butler’s pantry), we would like to add a walkway from the bedroom to the laundry room. This saves you from having to move half the house with dirty laundry…who doesn’t want a mini butler’s pantry right by your bedroom. It was easy to identify the best way to do it. After considering the actual amount of storage we need for this space, we decided that antique cabinets looked beautiful and would suit all our needs.
If you see in our story that we ordered a new set first Maytag Washer/dryer located in the pool area.We’ll keep you updated on the pool house area, but we want to create a space that can accommodate overnight guests while also meeting the needs we’ve seen after hosting in the pool area over the past few years. went Maytag Pet Pro Washer and Dryer (Link). If you didn’t know pet pro The system can remove up to 5x more pet hair, and if you have a large Great Pyrenees puppy with free range all over the house, it will seek help removing as much gray hair as possible. Agitators that trap pet hair include a small canister called a pet filter and an oversized lint trap on your dryer.
It is very alarming how much pet hair is caught. After some more thought I realized that this is a better fit. our laundry room, and now Maytag Washer and dryer, go to pool house area. While refreshing, we centered two antique sconces above the washer and dryer.
I love this design choice because the two different lighting options, an overhead light and a sconce, create a sense of separation. Overhead lights illuminate the laundry room and wall sconces illuminate the laundry area in this room. The soft light from the wall sconce seems to dominate most of the space, providing a softer environment. I love the look of these lights with the antique cabinet in between.
Where can I get blankets?
this is Tick Stripe Classic Quilt from redland cottonI am a new customer of Redland Cotton, a family owned company that manufactures everything for the USA. And when I pulled the link to this exact quilt we used, Instagram reel We shared, I noticed they have 20% Off Valentine’s Day SaleSo if you’re thinking of buying one, grab it now before the sale ends!
Where did that green furniture come from?
These two stacked cabinets are another lovely antique find I recently added to my home. I was desperately looking for a space for it. I am very happy that it fits the space and is working.
Do you know the paint color of the green cabinets?
No colors for now. But I’ve seen this question come up quite a bit. If you can safely and easily remove parts of your cabinets (such as doors), take them to your local paint store to match the code and colors they share.
Where did you get the rug for the laundry room?
Where did you get the stair runner from?
This stair runner is one of my favorite little DIY additions to our home.Purchased from ETSY! I feel like some people are forgetting Etsy as a resource. Looking back at shops, it doesn’t look like this exact same thing is available, but there are other options, and Etsy offers suggestions tabs for other shops with similar runners.Link)
How can I get all of this video?
Here is my best shot of sourcing everything for the video
I hope this little update inspires you in some way. We feel it’s a great way to change the look to suit our needs. Cabinets can be very useful in there as additional storage while presenting a finished space. I’m so excited to dive into some home projects this year.I have a few on the way.Thank you for stopping by the blog today! thank you. We’ll be sharing more of the design choices we’ve made for future bedrooms that we’re working on. Facebook, InstagramWhen tick tockNice to meet you, have a good time.
xx Liz Marie